The forest products sector includes logging, commodity lumber such as softwood lumber and plywood, pulp and paper operations and the manufacture of other wood products.
In 2010, the Nova Scotia forest products sector
consumed 20,057,850 GJ and
emitted 1,736,281 GHG tonnes.
Electricity accounts for 43.34% of the energy consumed by this sector, while oil (3.31%) and steam (3.42%) make up the balance.
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