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60014-3 Report Abstract

Modal Energy Data Base for Transportation (Texas Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 3)

Zane A. Goff and Kent J. Steffel, Texas A&M University, September 1995, 200 pp. (60014-3)

The Texas Transportation Energy Data Book is a statistical data base which contains information regarding the transportation energy characteristics of Texas. This volume is divided into five chapters. Chapter 1 contains a comparison of Texas energy related transportation statistics with seven other similar states, and also contains a projection of world energy consumption in the year 2010. Chapter 2 provides a snapshot of the Texas transportation energy picture. Energy characteristics of the highway mode is detailed in chapter 3, while the energy characteristics of the non-highway modes of air, water, pipeline and rail are given in chapter 4. Chapter 5 concludes this volume and provides information concerning alternative energy fuels a new energy saving technology, including profiles of Electric Vehicles (EV).

Keywords: Transportation Energy, Energy Intensity, Energy Consumption, Oil Consumption, Gasoline Consumption

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