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Posted October 22, 2014Today in Energy

Weather-driven energy intensity increase led to higher energy-related emissions in 2013 ›

U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide emissions increased in 2013 by 129 million metric tons (2.5%), the largest increase since 2010 and the fourth-largest increase since 1990. Emissions trends reflect a combination of economic factors (population multiplied by per capita output [GDP/population]), energy intensity (energy use per dollar of GDP), and carbon intensity (carbon emissions per unit of energy consumed). More

Source: EIA, Annual CO2 Analysis; Census Bureau; Bureau of Economic Analysis


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WTI crude oil futures price

10/21/2014: $82.81/bbl

up$0.97 from week earlier
down$16.41 from year earlier

Natural gas futures price

10/21/2014: $3.711/mmBtu

down$0.105 from week earlier
up$0.043 from year earlier

Retail heating oil price

10/20/2014: $3.477 /gal

down$0.045 from week earlier
down$0.378 from year earlier

Crude oil inventories

10/17/2014: 377.7 mmbbl

up7.1 mmbbl from week earlier
down2.1 mmbbl from year earlier

Weekly coal production

10/11/2014: 19.234 million tons

up0.670 million tons from week earlier
up1.256 million tons from year earlier


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