Presumably some amount of your household electricity comes from one if not both of these fuels – thus by minimizing use of electric appliances and lighting you can contribute to conservation of these resources. Another quick one – whether you have a gas or electric stove top, put salt in water you intend to boil, it decreases the amount of heat required to reach a boil and consequently the amount of fuel consumed to create that energy.
Only tiny amounts of electricity are generated by burning oil, typically 1% or 2%. So changing household electricity usage habits will have virtually no impact on oil use. To conserve oil, drive less. 70% of US oil consumption is in the transportation sector, mostly in car fuel.
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