Today in Energy

October 2014

October 30, 2014

Colder weather drives forecast of 2014 energy-related CO2 emissions 1.1% above 2013 level


October 29, 2014

Nuclear Regulatory Commission resumes license renewals for nuclear power plants


October 28, 2014

Benchmarks play an important role in pricing crude oil


October 27, 2014

Increasing ethanol use has reduced the average energy content of retail motor gasoline


October 24, 2014

Electricity distribution investments rose over the past two decades


October 23, 2014

Lower electricity-related CO2 emissions reflect lower carbon intensity and electricity use


October 22, 2014

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


October 21, 2014

Consumer energy expenditures are roughly 5% of disposable income, below long-term average


October 20, 2014

North Dakota aims to reduce natural gas flaring


October 17, 2014

Energy for growing and harvesting crops is a large component of farm operating costs


October 16, 2014

EIA launches expanded winter heating fuels data program for winter 2014-15


October 15, 2014

Some Appalachian natural gas spot prices are well below the Henry Hub national benchmark


October 14, 2014

Newly released heat content data allow for state-to-state natural gas comparisons


October 10, 2014

Net energy imports as share of consumption at lowest level in 29 years


October 9, 2014

Lower petrochemical use of propane driven by wider price spread between propane and ethane


October 8, 2014

Lower demand, higher supply drive oil prices to lowest level since 2012


October 7, 2014

Less severe weather means lower expected household heating bills this winter


October 6, 2014

California drought leads to less hydropower, increased natural gas generation


October 3, 2014

U.S. coal exports fall on lower European demand, increased global supply


October 2, 2014

Propane use for crop drying depends on weather and corn markets as well as crop size


October 1, 2014

Natural gas storage injections typically continue beyond the end of October


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