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Year

Fuel Type 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012


Coal 616 606 598 593 580 589 557
Petroleum 1,148 1,163 1,170 1,168 1,169 1,146 1,129
Natural Gas 1,659 1,659 1,655 1,652 1,657 1,646 1,714
Other gases 46 46 43 43 48 41 44
Nuclear 66 66 66 66 66 66 66
Hydro - Conventional 1,421 1,424 1,423 1,427 1,432 1,434 1,426
Hydro - Pumped storage 39 39 39 39 39 40 41
Other renewable 843 929 1,076 1,219 1,355 1,582 1,956
Other Sources 29 25 29 28 32 54 64

Source: EIA
2013 2014 2015 2016
518 491 427 381
1,101 1,082 1,082 1,076
1,725 1,749 1,779 1,801
44 43 45 45
63 62 62 61
1,435 1,441 1,440 1,451
41 41 41 40
2,299 2,674 3,043 3,624
78 94 83 117
Year
Fuel Type 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Coal 1,990,511 2,016,456 1,985,801 1,755,904 1,847,290 1,733,430 1,514,043
Petroleum Liquids 44,460 49,505 31,917 25,972 23,337 16,086 13,403
Petroleum Coke 19,706 16,234 14,325 12,964 13,724 14,096 9,787
Natural Gas 816,441 896,590 882,981 920,979 987,697 1,013,689 1,225,894
Other Gas 14,177 13,453 11,707 10,632 11,313 11,566 11,898
Nuclear 787,219 806,425 806,208 798,855 806,968 790,204 769,331
Hydro - Conventional 289,246 247,510 254,831 273,445 260,203 319,355 276,240
Other Renewable 96,018 104,626 125,237 143,388 165,961 192,163 214,006
Solar 508 612 864 891 1,212 1,818 4,327
Other Sources 12,974 12,231 11,804 11,928 12,855 14,154 13,787

Note: All generation in


"Thousand Megawatt
hours"

Source: EIA
2013 2014 2015 2016
1,581,115 1,581,710 1,352,398 1,239,149
13,820 18,276 17,372 13,008
13,344 11,955 10,877 11,197
1,124,836 1,126,609 1,333,482 1,378,307
12,853 12,022 13,117 12,807
789,016 797,166 797,178 805,694
268,565 259,367 249,080 267,812
244,472 261,522 270,268 305,579
9,036 17,691 24,893 36,054
13,588 13,461 14,028 13,907

4,100
Fuel Number of Plants Source
Coal 22 http://globalenergyobservatory.org
Nuclear 6 www.cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca
Hydro 500 canadahydro.ca
Gas 79 http://globalenergyobservatory.org
Wind 21 http://globalenergyobservatory.org
Fuel Oil/Diesel 10 http://globalenergyobservatory.org
Waste 5 http://globalenergyobservatory.org
2014

Total (Thousand MWh) 639,000

Share
Coal 9.5%
Nuclear 15.5%
Hydro 59.3%
Gas/Oil/Others 10.2%
Non Hydro Renewables 5.1%

Production 2014 (Thousand MWh)


Coal 60,705
Nuclear 99,045
Hydro 378,927
Gas/Oil/Others 65,178
Non Hydro Renewables 32,589

Source: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/
Data for United States

Technology Cost ($/MWh)


Gas 4.65
Coal 11.12
Nuclear 11
Wind Onshore 13
Wind Offshore 30
Hydro 5.2

Source: https://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/projected-costs-of-generating-electricity
s-of-generating-electricity-2015-edition.html
Data for United States

Technology Manpower/MWh
Thermal 0.4
Nuclear 1.4
Wind 1.5
Hydro 1.1

Source: energy.gov
Industry NAICS code Total fatal injuries (number) Violence and other injuries
by persons or animals
Fossil fuel electric power generation 221112 -- --
Biomass electric power generation 221117 1 --
Electric power distribution 221122 15 --

Source: Bureau of Labour Statistics


Event or exposure
Transportation Fires and Falls, slips, trips Exposure to harmful substances or Contact with objects
incidents explosions environments and equipment
-- -- -- 1 --
1 -- -- -- --
8 -- -- 4 --
India

Total Infrastructure Companies 157


Construction Companies 94

Source: Dun & Bradstreet 2015, Report attached


Note:
1. Indian EPC companies follow Indian Standards in Civil Engineering. These standards may overlap with APEG
2. This is a comprehensive list of all major companies in India. The top players for each category by revenue c

USA
Revenue ($, Billion)
# Company Name City 2014 2015
1 Bechtel Group Inc. San Francisco, CA 37.2 32.3
2 Fluor Corporation Irvine, California 11.4 18.1
3 Chicago Bridge & Iron Company The Woodlands, Texas 12.9 12.9
4 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Houston, Texas 12.7 12.1
5 Kiewit Corporation Omaha, Nebraska 10.4 9
6 Turner Construction New York City, New York 10
7 Skanska Construction New York City, New York 7.1
8 PCL Construction Denver, Colorado 7.2 6.7
9 Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Baltimore, Maryland 5.7
10 KBR (Kellogg, Brown, & Root) Inc. Houston, Texas 5.1
ards may overlap with APEGA standards. However, companies are not directly prepared to deliver work upto APEGA standards
each category by revenue can be found from the detailed report which I am attaching for you.
to APEGA standards