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U.S. Electricity Generation From Renewables Has Broken Records Every Month in 2016

Electricity generation from wind, solar, and other renewable energy technologies have set monthly records every month so far in 2016, based on data through June released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration yesterday. “Both hydroelectric and nonhydroelectric renewables have contributed to this trend, but in different ways. Show More Summary

U.S. crude stocks rise unexpectedly as refineries cut output

(Reuters) - U.S. crude stocks rose last week as refineries cut output, while gasoline and distillate stocks rose modestly, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Crude inventories rose by 2.5 million barrels in the last week, compared with expectations for a decrease of 455,000 barrels. Show More Summary

Future U.S. Tight Oil and Shale Gas Production Depends on Resources, Technology, Markets

Based on projections in the U.S. Energy Information Administration's Annual Energy Outlook 2016 (AEO2016), U.S. tight oil production is expected to reach 7.08 million barrels per day (b/d), and shale gas production is expected to reach 79 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2040.

Open thread for night owls: Natural gas emissions exceed coal's for first time in 44 years

From Climate Nexus: Carbon dioxide emissions from natural gas are projected to exceed emissions from coal by 10 percent this year for the first time since 1972, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Last year, natural gas use was 81 percent higher than coal, though their emissions were nearly equal. Show More Summary

Shale Gas Production Drives World Natural Gas Production Growth

In the U.S. Energy Information Administration's International Energy Outlook 2016 (IEO2016) and Annual Energy Outlook 2016 (AEO2016), natural gas production worldwide is projected to increase from 342 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2015 to 554 Bcf/d by 2040.

World Tight Oil Production to More Than Double from 2015 to 2040

World tight oil production is expected to more than double between 2015 and 2040, increasing from 4.98 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2015 to 10.36 million b/d in 2040, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration's International Energy Outlook 2016 (IEO2016) and Annual Energy Outlook 2016 (AEO2016).

US Energy Outlook Predicts Global Oil Production to Double by 2040

Worldwide oil output is expected to increase from the average 4.98 million barrels daily in 2015 to 10.36 million barrels in 2040, according to International Energy Outlook 2016 released by the US Energy Information Administration's (EIA) on Friday.

US EIA chief shares short-term outlook for oil market: Fuel for Thought

The 100th episode of the weekly S&P Global Platts Capitol Crude podcast, which aims to demystify the complex world of US oil policy, featured Adam Sieminski, head of the US Energy Information Administration. Here are excerpts from the interview, edited for space. Show More Summary

Employment in US Oil, Gas Industry Falls 26% from 2014 Peak

Available jobs in the US oil and natural gas industry suffered sharp declines despite recent increases in prices for fossil fuels, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a press release on Friday.

North American New Energy Rising

Renewables share of North America electricity mix expected to rise August 2, 2016 (U.S. Energy Information Administration) “…[T]he North American share of energy generation from renewable and nuclear energy sources will grow from 38%...Show More Summary

Hourly Data On US Electricity Supply, Demand, & Flows Now Available

Originally published on US EIA. The U.S. Energy Information Administration now provides hourly electricity operating data, including actual and forecast demand, net generation, and the power flowing between electric systems. EIA’s U.S. Show More Summary

At Federal Energy Conference, Forecasts Predict Bright Future for Fossil Fuels

This year’s annual Energy Information Administration conference started off on a somewhat positive note with a presentation by Dr. John Holdren, the Obama administration director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Show More Summary

Hourly Information on U.S. Electricity Supply, Demand, and Flows is Now Available

The U.S. Energy Information Administration now provides hourly electricity operating data, including actual and forecast demand, net generation, and the power flowing between electric systems. EIA's U.S. Electric System Operating Data...Show More Summary

Hooked! Our Addiction to Fossil Fuels Must Be Fought in the Way We Tackled Smoking and Drugs

Analysts such as those from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) see no signs of a determined move away from fossil fuels, writes energy expert and author Michael Klare. According to Klare, success in any global drive to avert climate catastrophe will involve tackling addictive behavior at its roots and promoting lasting changes in lifestyle. Show More Summary

Natural Gas is the New King of the Hill

Natural gas is the new king of the hill -- the leading fuel used to generate electricity. That's the findings of the US Energy Information Administration, which also says that coal will dip to 30 percent while renewables will be 15 percent.

Global Energy Intensity Continues Long-Term Steady Decline

New figures from the US Energy Information Administration show that global energy intensity continued its twenty-five year decline in 2015. According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), global energy intensity, measured as energy consumption per unit of GDP, has decreased by nearly one-third between 1990 and 2015. Show More Summary

EIA Cuts Global Oil Demand Forecast

The Energy Information Administration forecasts global oil demand to grow by 1.44 million barrels per day this year on average, which is down by 10,000 bpd from its previous projection according to its monthly report issued on Tuesd...

EIA Projects Rise in U.S. Crude Oil and Other Liquid Fuels Production Beyond 2017

The U.S. Energy Information Administration projects that U.S. petroleum and other liquid fuels production, which in addition to crude oil and condensate production includes natural gas plant liquids derived from natural gas processing...Show More Summary

Rule to Limit Mercury Emissions is Having an Impact Despite Uncertainty in the Courts

The US Energy Information Administration has said that most coal plants are either coming into compliance with mercury rules or they are retiring their older coal units that are too expensive to retrofit. From December 2014 until June 2016, coal-fired capacity fell from 299,000 megawatts to 276,000 megawatts. Show More Summary

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