- In the industrial sector, the nonmetallic minerals industry is one of the largest energy users, accounting for 10% of global industrial sector energy use.
- The energy intensity of the nonmetallic minerals industry—energy consumed per unit of gross output—is higher than many other industries.
- By comparison, the energy intensity of the U.S. nonmetallic minerals industry in 2015 was much lower, at nearly 12,000 Btu/dollar, and produced three times more nonmetallic minerals by purchasing power parity (PPP) adjusted dollars of gross output than Brazil and nearly twice as much as Japan.
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