Today in Energy

June 2016

June 29, 2016

Stripper wells accounted for 10% of U.S. oil production in 2015


June 28, 2016

Extended policies case shows reduced energy use, emissions, more renewables, efficiency


June 27, 2016

Proposed standards for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles would reduce diesel consumption


June 24, 2016

Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative auction prices decline


June 23, 2016

Panama Canal expansion unlikely to significantly change crude oil, petroleum product flows


June 22, 2016

U.S. crude oil storage capacity utilization rises even as storage capacity grows


June 21, 2016

Clean Power Plan implementation decisions affect CO2 emissions and electricity prices


June 20, 2016

EIA launches data add-on tool for Google Sheets


June 17, 2016

Clean Power Plan accelerates the growth of renewable generation throughout United States


June 16, 2016

The 2016 EIA Energy Conference and job fair is next month


June 15, 2016

Total U.S. electricity sales projected to grow slowly as electricity intensity declines


June 14, 2016

First new U.S. nuclear reactor in almost two decades set to begin operating


June 13, 2016

Natural gas flaring in North Dakota has declined sharply since 2014


June 10, 2016

Quarterly coal production lowest since the early 1980s


June 9, 2016

Unplanned global oil supply disruptions reach highest level since at least 2011


June 8, 2016

Fires near Fort McMurray are reducing Canada’s oil sands production


June 7, 2016

Most natural gas production growth is expected to come from shale gas and tight oil plays


June 6, 2016

EIA publishes construction cost information for electric power generators


June 3, 2016

Recent data show divergent trends for rail shipments of crude oil, ethanol, and biodiesel


June 2, 2016

Higher renewable capacity additions in AEO2016 reflect policy changes and cost reductions


June 1, 2016

U.S. uranium production is near historic low as imports continue to fuel U.S. reactors


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