Today in Energy

September 2016

September 26, 2016

Weekly Energy Snapshots provides a weekly recap of EIA data visualizations


September 23, 2016

Hydrocarbon production in the Utica play increasingly targets natural gas-rich areas


September 22, 2016

First shipment of ethane from U.S. Gulf Coast arrives in Europe


September 21, 2016

Pipeline shutdown disrupts gasoline supply in the Southeast


September 20, 2016

EIA provides daily summary of Southern California energy conditions


September 19, 2016

The United States is both a major importer and exporter of motor gasoline


September 16, 2016

Recent energy intensity decline in government buildings exceeds commercial sector average


September 15, 2016

Electricity customers’ service restored in Tallahassee after Hurricane Hermine


September 14, 2016

EIA now provides estimates of drilled but uncompleted wells in major production regions


September 13, 2016

Five and a half years after Fukushima, 3 of Japan’s 54 nuclear reactors are operating


September 12, 2016

EIA data show average frequency and duration of electric power outages


September 9, 2016

Japan’s electricity prices rising or stable despite recent fuel cost changes


September 8, 2016

Narrowing crude oil price differences contribute to global convergence of refining profits


September 7, 2016

Natural gas generation and electricity imports used to follow load in California


September 6, 2016

California is using more renewables and less natural gas in its summer electricity mix


September 2, 2016

Gasoline prices prior to Labor Day lowest in 12 years


September 1, 2016

U.S. nuclear outages this summer were higher than in summer 2015


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