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  • energy-intensive — UK US adjective NATURAL RESOURCES ► using a lot of electricity, gas, etc.: »The increasing cost of oil is harming energy intensive industries such as steel and shipbuilding …   Financial and business terms

  • Energy Alberta Corporation — was created in 2005 to provide nuclear power to the energy intensive development of the oil sands resources in northern Alberta. The company was founded by Hank Swartout, CEO of Precision Drilling Corporation, and Wayne Henuset, co owner of… …   Wikipedia

  • -intensive — [in ten′siv] combining form intensively using, requiring large amounts of, or concentrating within itself large amounts of (a specified thing) [energy intensive] * * * …   Universalium

  • -intensive — [in ten′siv] combining form intensively using, requiring large amounts of, or concentrating within itself large amounts of (a specified thing) [energy intensive] …   English World dictionary

  • Energy policy of the People's Republic of China — The energy policy of the People s Republic of China is a policy decided on by the Central Government with regard to energy and energy resources. The country is currently the world s largest emitter of greenhouse gases according to a Dutch… …   Wikipedia

  • Energy policy of Canada — Canada is the 5th largest producer of energy in the world, producing about 6% of global energy supplies. It is the world s largest producer of natural uranium, producing one third of global supply, and is also the world s leading producer of… …   Wikipedia

  • intensive — in|ten|sive [ınˈtensıv] adj 1.) involving a lot of activity, effort, or careful attention in a short period of time ▪ a one week intensive course in English ▪ a day of intensive negotiations 2.) intensive farming/agriculture farming which… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Energy crisis — An energy crisis is any great bottleneck (or price rise) in the supply of energy resources to an economy. It usually refers to the shortage of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural resources. An energy crisis may be referred to as… …   Wikipedia

  • Energy returned on energy invested — Contents 1 Non manmade energy inputs 2 Relationship to net energy gain 3 The economic influence of EROEI …   Wikipedia

  • Energy in the United States — The United States is the largest energy consumer in terms of total use, using 100 quadrillion BTU (105 exajoules, or 29000 TWh) in 2005, equivalent to an (average) consumption rate of 3.3 TW. The U.S. ranks seventh in energy consumption per… …   Wikipedia

  • Energy policy of China — The energy policy in China is the sum up of different aspects of energy policy of the People s Republic of China. The country is currently the world s largest emitter of greenhouse gas according to a Dutch research agency. [cite news… …   Wikipedia

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