No time left to think about cold-weather energy efficiency projects: it's time to get them done if you want to cut your heating costs. As in most years, doing nothing will cost you more: the U.S. Energy Information Administration is predicting residential electricity prices in the U.S. to rise 2.2% compared to the Winter of 2012-
Originally published on the US Energy Information Administration website. By M. Tyson Brown Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electricity Monthly Update Growth in electricity demand in Texas has been met through increasing amounts of all sources of generation, but renewable sources have grown the fastest. Show More Summary
By Doug Short: It's time again for my weekly gasoline update based on data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). Rounded to the penny, Regular dropped two cents and Premium by one cent. Regular and Premium are down 51 cents and 45 cents, respectively, from their interim highs in late February. Show More Summary
A recent forecast of existing coal reserves challenges the energy information administration's forecast of 200 years' worth of reserves. Taking stock of renewable and affordable sources of electrical production will be essential for future planning.
The Energy Information Administration, which tracks these things, has the numbers. Despite this week’s increase in regular-grade gasoline prices to an average of $3.29 per gallon, the price of gasoline is lower than three months ago, 14 cents less than a year ago, and the lowest heading into a Thanksgiving holiday since 2010. Traditionally, the […]
With global crude oil production expected to outpace global demand, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) is lowering its outlook for oil prices.
By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Natural gas inventories fell by 45 bcf. Natural gas was last trading up by 1 percent to $3.72/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators withdrew 45 billion cubic feet from storage last week. Show More Summary
It's official... the United States is about to become the largest energy producer in the world (if it's not already).#-ad_banner-# According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA
ByAlex Cho: This is my second Iran oil outlook article. In summary, I found out that the export figures of oil were different from the production figures that the Energy Information Administration had offered. However, because information...Show More Summary
By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Natural gas was last trading up by 1 percent to $3.60/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators injected 20 billion cubic feet into storage last week, within the range of analyst estimates. Show More Summary
Recent natural gas discoveries off Israel’s eastern Mediterranean Sea are reversing its role of importer to that of exporter. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the larger finds...
The United States produced more crude oil than it imported in October for the first time in almost 20 years, the federal Energy Information Administration announced Wednesday. The U.S. also produced more oil in September than it hasShow More Summary
By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy More than 50% of the wells drilled in the U.S. produce both oil and natural gas, according to the Energy Information Administration. That's up from years Complete Story »
By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Natural gas inventories grow 35 bcf. Natural gas was last trading up by less than 1 percent to $3.52/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators injected 35 billion cubic feet into storage last week, within the range of analyst estimates. Show More Summary
By Lior Cohen: The natural gas market has kicked off November with sharp drops to its price. United States Natural Gas (UNG) has also tumbled down in the past several days. Based on the recent U.S Energy Information Administration report, last week's buildup in natural gas storage was lower than the five-year average buildup. Show More Summary
By Hard Assets Investor: Natural gas was last trading lower by 1 percent to $3.58/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators injected 38 billion cubic feet into storage last week, at the upper end of the...Show More Summary
By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Today's monthly production figures from the Energy Information Administration showed that natural gas production hit yet another record high in August. Output rose from 74.62 bcf/d to 74.82 bcf/d, which is up about 2 bcf/d from the start of the year and 2.3 bcf/d from a year ago. U.S. Show More Summary
Its official — the U.S. government’s authoritative Energy Information Administration has confirmed that the world’s three leading shale gas producers are U.S., Canada and China, respectively.
ByRichard Zeits: In a new study titled "Drilling Productivity Report", which was released by the Energy Information Administration last week, the agency provides a valuable set of aggregated production and drilling data for several major shale gas and "tight oil" producing areas in the U.S. Show More Summary
In 2012, energy-related carbon emissions in the United States declined 3.8 percent even as global carbon dioxide emissions rose 1.4 percent, according the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The recorded 5.29 million metric tons of carbon dioxide amounted to the largest decline since 1994, continuing a downward trend that started in 2007. Show More Summary