Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions increased 0.9 percent in 2014, according to the US Energy Information Administration’s online analysis, released today. Fossil fuel consumption accounted for 5,406 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2014, an increase of 1 percent from the 2013 level. The increase was influenced by gross domestic product growth combined with an […]
As total installed wind energy capacity grows, so will the Lone Star State’s ability to keep breaking wind energy records in the United States, says a recent report from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). According to dataShow More Summary
US Department of State spokesperson John Kirby said that the Obama administration has submitted its decision to continue the review process of the Keystone XL Pipeline to Canadian energy giant TransCanada.
Between 2000 and 2013, energy-related CO2 emissions fell in 37 states and rose in 13 states, according to a new report from the US Energy Information Administration. Maine saw the greatest percentage decrease in CO2 emissions with a 27 percent, or 6 million metric ton, reduction. New York experienced the greatest absolute decline at 52 […]
Heating will be cheaper this winter. That's the projection from the Energy Information Administration, which said Americans will spend less this year compared to 2014, regardless of whether they use natural gas, propane, or heating oil. Show More Summary
Just in time for the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina last month, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported on the reduced vulnerability of US energy supplies to Atlantic hurricanes, as a result of the energy shifts of the last decade. read more
Crude oil is surging. On Thursday morning, West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures in New York rallied more than 4% to as high as $47.07. In a release Wednesday, the Energy Information Administration said that last week, US oil production fell 0.4% to 9.1 million barrels a day. Show More Summary
Originally published by the US Energy Information Administration The number of new and reactivated coal mines that began production in 2013 fell to the lowest level in at least the past 10 years. The addition of 103 mines in 2013 came...Show More Summary
The U.S. Energy Information Administration just released its latest report on oil. And although I'm no conspiracy theorist, what's going on with oil prices has all the earmarks of a setup. The post The Two Real Reasons Oil Prices Are Currently Slipping appeared first on The Wall Street Examiner. Show More Summary
Originally posted at ilsr.org. Second quarter data from the Energy Information Administration and the Solar Energy Industries Association came out this week and distributed solar continues its surging growth. Over 650 megawatts (MW) of new distributed solar capacity was grid connected between April and June, 10% of new power plant capacity. Show More Summary
On Thursday, a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee passed HR 702, which would repeal all limits on US crude exports. The US Energy Information Administration claims that a crude export policy shift would likely have a relatively minimal impact on overall export levels, causing, at most, 1.5 million b/d of crude exports over current levels, […]
A new study by the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) on the potential implications of allowing more crude oil exports finds that effects on domestic crude oil production are key to determining the other effects of a policy change. read more
US crude oil inventories had another massive build last week. According to the Energy Information Administration, crude stockpiles rose by 4.7 million barrels last week. It was the biggest rise in nearly five months. This data follows...Show More Summary
Energy Information Administration says 2015 oil production lower than previously thought.
EIA expects near-term decline in natural gas production in major shale regions August 26, 2015 (U.S. Energy Information Administration) “Natural gas production across all major shale regions in EIA's Drilling Productivity Report (DPR) is projected to decrease for the first time in September. Show More Summary
Last December the Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its latest estimate of U.S. Crude Oil and Natural Gas Proved Reserves. Although natural gas reserves rose, the real story was crude oil reserves.
Crude oil is sliding again. On Wednesday afternoon in New York, West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell nearly 2% to as low as $44.91 a barrel. Earlier today, the Energy Information Administration released its weekly data on oil inventories, which showed that commercial crude inventories fell by 4.4 million barrels to 455.3 million. Show More Summary
The electric power sector emitted 128 million metric tons of carbon dioxide (MMmt CO2) in April of this year, the lowest for any month since April 1988, according to the most recent estimates in the Energy Information Administration's Monthly Energy Review. read more
Crude oil is spiking. On Wednesday morning, West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose nearly 3% in New York to as high as $49.50 per barrel. Earlier, the Energy Information Administration reported a surprise drop in oil inventories by 4.3 million barrels in the week ending July 24. Show More Summary
The crude oil supply glut is not over just yet. The latest data from the Energy Information Administration showed that US crude oil inventories rose by 2.5 million barrels in the week ending July 17. That brought the total number of barrels to 463.9 million, keeping stockpiles at an 80-year high for this time of year. Show More Summary