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Results of the 5th Follow-up
to the Keidanren Voluntary Action Plan on the Environment

-- Section on Global Warming Measures --

(Attachment 1-2)

Industry Trends in Relation to Energy Consumption

(In 10,000 kl; crude oil equivalents)
Industry ( * = with a target in terms of enegy consumption) Fiscal 1990Fiscal 1997Fiscal 1998 Fiscal 1999Fiscal 2000Fiscal 2001 Compared
to fiscal
1990 (%)
to fiscal
2000 (%)
1Federation of Electric Power Companies 10,80011,20010,90011,700 12,00011,7008.3%-2.5%
(Portion attributed to industry: these figures are used in the calculation of the 34-industry totals below) 1,2101,3001,2401,280 1,3001,2705.0%-2.3%
2Petroleum Association of Japan 1,2871,7081,6721,677 1,6611,65828.9%-0.2%
3Japan Gas Association 68.251.649.348.8 46.543.0-37.0%-7.5%
4Japan Iron and Steel Federation (*) 6,3966,4116,0326,170 6,0035,849-8.5%-2.6%
5Japan Chemical Industry Association 2,8583,1563,0633,152 3,1302,9754.1%-5.0%
6Japan Paper Association 1,0701,1131,0911,102 1,1161,0720.2%-3.9%
7Cement Association of Japan 875858763754 751720-17.7%-4.1%
8Communications Industry Association of Japan
Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industry Association
Japan Electric Manufacturers Association
Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association
672.4913.6835.5848.1 890.8852.926.8%-4.3%
9Japan Auto Parts Industries Association 404452433445 419361-10.4%-13.6%
10Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association 410376356343 333313-23.6%-6.2%
11Japan Federation of Construction Contractors 30.430.824.323.1 22.820.9-31.2%-8.2%
12Japan Mining Industry Association 205210213218 2142165.4%1.0%
13Japan Federation of Housing Organizations 155168163169 1641645.8%0.0%
14The Japan Rubber Manufacturers Association 94.596.996.798.1 93.090.6-4.1%-2.6%
15Flat Glass Association of Japan (*) 71.465.058.855.4 53.855.1-22.9%2.3%
16Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association of Japan 79.5104.1106.5110.6 108.3109.337.4%0.9%
17Japan Aluminum Association 73.484.579.883.1 80.876.84.6%-5.1%
18Brewers Association of Japan 52.658.858.956.7 52.751.9-1.4%-1.5%
19Japan Electric Wire and Cable Makers' Association (*) 58.861.058.456.9 57.153.2-9.5%-6.9%
20Japan Auto-body Industries Association, Inc. 48.446.047.947.3 48.648.80.9%0.4%
21Japan Bearing Industrial Association 44.045.842.942.7 44.340.6-7.9%-8.4%
22Japan Dairy Industry Association 35.141.943.344.2 41.442.220.1%1.7%
23Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers 39.939.035.934.7 34.032.5-18.4%-4.3%
24Japan Brass Makers Association 37.035.431.632.7 33.326.7-27.9%-19.9%
25Japan Sugar Refiners' Association 24.622.522.121.9 22.422.3-9.6%-0.6%
26Japan Coal Energy Center (*) (Note1) 8.06.5-69.1%-19.0%
27Japan Sanitary Equipment Industry Association 22.421.418.318.4 18.318.2-19.0%-0.6%
28The Japan Soft Drinks Association 20.330.232.034.5 36.337.886.3%4.1%
29Limestone Association of Japan 22.622.021.120.9 20.920.6-8.6%-1.2%
30Japan Machine Tool Builder's Association 13.513.515.212.8 12.611.9-11.8%-5.6%
31Flour Millers Association 10.812.612.912.7 12.512.414.5%-0.9%
32The Shipbuilders' Association of Japan (Note2) 9.814.313.913.6 12.612.528.0%-0.4%
33Japan Industry Vehicles Association 3.43.0-6.7%-10.4%
34Japan Association of Rolling Stock Industries 1.91.9-20.9%-0.9%
Revisions (Note3) -166-173-147-149 -231-214

Total 16,25917,40516,60016,891 16,61716,076-1.1%-3.3%
Average energy consumption in the past 5 years 16,7182.8%
The Japan Coal Energy Center's goal is to achieve a reduction in amount of electric power used.
Energy consumption by The Shipbuilders' Association of Japan was calculated by the staff of Keidanren on the basis of material submitted by the association.
Total energy consumption for the 34 industries are calculated on the basis of "generating end" electric power input per unit output for the respective industries on a fiscal year basis. On the other hand, in follow-up surveys, industries may choose to report energy consumption in terms of "demand end" electric power input per unit output (as have Japan Gas Association, Japan Iron and Steel Federation, Cement Association of Japan, Communications Industry Association of Japan, Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industry Association, Japan Electric Manufacturers Association, Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association, Japan Mining Industry Association). Revisions are defined as the differences between the totals of data submitted by industries and the totals of the revised industry figures.

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