Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosine

Needs work. Should be split into three parts: gasoline, diesel, kerosine. This means re-vamping the transportation sector and allocating each liquid fuel. Also, figuring out where else GDK is used and determining which applications use which fuel.

ACCUMULATION

Name Energy (J) Exergy (J) Carbon (g) Year Active
Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosine Stocks 7.120e+18 7.476e+18 1.529e+14 2006 true

SOURCES

Transformation Exergy Flux (J/s) Carbon Flux (g/s) Citations
Biodiesel Production 2.114e+09 3.974e+04 Biofuels for Transport- An International Perspective
Coal Conversion 1.268e+10 2.385e+05 IEA Energy Statistics
Petroleum Refining 4.064e+12 7.640e+07 IEA Energy Statistics
TOTAL 4.079e+12 7.668e+07

SINKS

Transformation Exergy Flux (J/s) Carbon Flux (g/s)
Coal Mining 5.285e+09 9.936e+04
Metal Ore Mining 1.163e+10 2.186e+05
Steam Production 1.691e+10 3.179e+05
Paper Manufacturing 2.008e+10 3.776e+05
Cooking 3.700e+10 6.955e+05
Food Processing 3.911e+10 7.352e+05
Water Heating 3.911e+10 7.352e+05
Forestry and Milling 4.334e+10 8.147e+05
Lighting 4.545e+10 8.545e+05
Agriculture 1.057e+11 1.987e+06
Chemical Production 1.234e+11 2.321e+06
Space Heating 2.072e+11 3.895e+06
Manufacturing 2.431e+11 4.570e+06
Oil-Fired Power Plants 2.854e+11 5.365e+06
Ships 2.938e+11 5.524e+06
Aircraft 3.339e+11 6.277e+06
Road and Rail Vehicles 2.224e+12 4.182e+07
TOTAL 4.075e+12 7.661e+07