Today in Energy

May 2016

May 27, 2016

U.S. retail gasoline prices lowest since 2009 ahead of Memorial Day weekend


May 26, 2016

Industrial and electric power sectors drive projected growth in U.S. natural gas use


May 25, 2016

Southern states lead growth in biomass electricity generation


May 24, 2016

Germany’s renewables electricity generation grows in 2015, but coal still dominant


May 23, 2016

United States remains largest producer of petroleum and natural gas hydrocarbons


May 20, 2016

Hydropower conditions improve as West Coast drought eases


May 19, 2016

Many natural gas-fired power plants under construction are near major shale plays


May 18, 2016

Future power sector carbon dioxide emissions depend on status of Clean Power Plan


May 17, 2016

EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook is a projection, not a prediction


May 16, 2016

Projected growth in CO2 emissions driven by countries outside the OECD


May 13, 2016

Carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation in 2015 were lowest since 1993


May 12, 2016

EIA projects 48% increase in world energy consumption by 2040


May 11, 2016

Annual passenger travel tends to increase with income


May 10, 2016

Crude oil volatility decreases as prices rise from early 2016 levels


May 9, 2016

U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in 2015 are 12% below their 2005 levels


May 6, 2016

Recent U.S. imports of oil tend to be heavier than domestic production


May 5, 2016

Hydraulically fractured wells provide two-thirds of U.S. natural gas production


May 4, 2016

Almost all U.S. gasoline is blended with 10% ethanol


May 3, 2016

Declining energy prices lower the cost of living


May 2, 2016

EIA produces new maps of the Utica Shale play


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