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1 Energy Intensities Very few vertical analyses have been performed on specific products, such as automobiles and agricultural chemicals. S. I–O economic tables. One assumes that dollars are a satisfactory numeraire for allocating embodied energy. S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration. These are used with a version of Eq. 1. One immediate question is whether the energy intensities do vary among sectors. If not, the energy 38 Goods and Services: Energy Costs TABLE III Energy Intensities of Consumer Expenditures, Updated (by Approximations) to 1999 Expenditure category Energy intensity (Btu/$1999) Food 9095 Alcohol and tobacco 5457 Housing 5457 Residential energy 105000 Gasoline and motor oil 115000 Auto purchase, maintenance 10914 Public transportation 20000 Apparel Health, personal care 8025 8560 Entertainment and communication 5457 Education and reading 7276 Miscellaneous 7490 Contributions 7490 Insurance, pension 3638 Asset change 8560 consequences of spending a dollar for any good or service would be the same, and the details of expenditures would be irrelevant.