Amid growing worries about the direction that oil prices are heading into, the Energy Information Administration reported a 5-million-barrel build in US commercial oil inventories for last week, bringing total US crude oil inventories to 533.1 million barrels.
Today’s chart plots data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) to show America’s changing energy mix, along with their projected mix for 2030. Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins points out that it shows the total amount of energy used each year, along with energy use per capita. Show More Summary
U.S. crude stocks rose last week as refineries cut output, while gasoline stocks and distillate inventories fell, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Crude inventories rose by 8.2 million barrels in the last week, compared…
A survey by the US Energy Information Administration reveals some startling details about television use in American homes. The amount of homes that don't own a TV has at least doubled since 2009. According to the USEI survey, 2.6% of American homes didn't have a TV in 2015. Show More Summary
"According to new data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, between 2009 and 2015, the number of American households without a single television doubled, from 1.3 percent to 2.6 percent. And even houses that still have televisions appear to be paring down: In 2009, 44 percent of households had three or more televisions, falling to […]
The average number of television sets in U.S. homes has declined, according to survey results released today by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Results from the group’s Residential Energy Consumption Survey show that an average of 2.3 televisions were in...
A study by the US Energy Information Administration shows the number of TVs used by US homes is declining.
This story was co-published with The Atlantic. Almost 20 years ago, the U.S. Energy Information Administration had an idea: Make an educational website for children about energy sources and the science behind them. In short order, the EIA created “ Energy Kids,” which now features energy-themed...
The price of crude is rising, boosting energy stocks. The fear of rising U.S. crude stockpiles abated -- U.S. crude rose by 13.8 million barrels in the last week, according to the Energy Information Administration. WTI crude climbed...Show More Summary
Suggesting that the OPEC "production cut" gambit may soon backfire, on Tuesday the U.S. Energy Information Administration cut its 2017 world oil demand growth forecast by a fractional 10,000 barrels per day to 1.62 million bpd, and also cut its 2018 estimate by 50,000 bpd to 1.46 million bpd. Show More Summary
Houston (Platts) The US will burn and produce more coal this year than in 2016, the Energy Information Administration said Tuesday. In its first Short-Term Energy Outlook of the year, the EIA estimates electric power sector coal consumption will increase … Continue reading ?
Even though the Dow hit 20,000 on Wednesday, oil prices were falling. Oil prices dropped after the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported a 2.8 million-barrel-build in crude inventories last week. Video provided by TheStreet
The transportation sector is now putting out more carbon dioxide emissions than does the power sector that generates electricity. That’s according to the monthly review of the US Energy Information Administration, which says that carbon releases from the transportation sector reached 1,893 million metric tons (MMmt) from October 2015 through... Read more »
EIA's AEO2017 projects the United States as a net energy exporter in most cases January 5, 2017 (U.S. Energy Information Administration) “…[The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook 2017 (AEO2017)] presents updated projections for U.S. Show More Summary
The Energy Information Administration’s Annual Energy Outlook is always chock full of interesting data, and the 2017 version, released uncommonly early last week, is certainly no exception. For its part, EIA highlighted the prospect of the U.S. Show More Summary
The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s January Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO) forecasts benchmark North Sea Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices to average $53 per barrel (b) and $52/b, respectively, in 2017, close to their levels during the last three weeks of 2016. These prices are expected to rise to $56/b and $55/b, respectively, in 2018.
Wind and solar energy are expected to account for more than half of the 24 gigawatts of new generation that fed into the power grid in 2016, the Energy Information Administration reports. That marks three years running. Can it hold during the Trump administration? The momentum is attributed to in... Read more »
The US Energy Information Administration claims that even if the Clean Power Plan is not implemented, natural gas and renewable energy will nevertheless remain the primary sources of new generation capacity. Clean Energy Is “Irreversible”...Show More Summary
As we make our way into the new year, many analysts will be making predictions about energy markets in 2017. Chief among them is the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), which just released its latest Annual Energy Outlook. The Outlook offers predictions about the future of energy prices, production and consumption in the United States.
Energy Information Administration reports the shift will probably happen by 2030, and it credits domestic natural gas production. The agency says it's watching variables such as new technology.