Today in Energy

February 2014

February 28, 2014

Net crude and petroleum products imports fell relative to other major net import flows

February 27, 2014

Dollar value of U.S. net coal exports has increased more than three-fold since 2005

February 26, 2014

Dollar value of natural gas net imports has declined dramatically in recent years

February 25, 2014

Oil net imports have declined since 2011, with their value falling slower than volume

February 24, 2014

Energy trade is a key part of overall U.S. trade flows

February 21, 2014

New England spot natural gas prices hit record levels this winter

February 20, 2014

High cost, oil-fired generation creates potential for shift in Hawaiian electric sources

February 19, 2014

Gas-to-liquids plants face challenges in the U.S. market

February 18, 2014

Peak-to-average electricity demand ratio rising in New England and many other U.S. regions

February 14, 2014

AEO2014 projects more coal-fired power plant retirements by 2016 than have been scheduled

February 13, 2014

Severe winter weather threatens East Coast energy infrastructure

February 12, 2014

EIA releases assessment of short-term uncertainties for global oil supply

February 11, 2014

Many newer power plants have cooling systems that reuse water

February 10, 2014

Eagle Ford production increasingly targets oil-rich areas

February 7, 2014

Reduced water supply forecast affects hydropower outlook in Pacific Northwest

February 6, 2014

Current drought reduces hydro generation forecast for California

February 5, 2014

Global demand, inexpensive natural gas are increasing domestic plastic production

February 4, 2014

U.S. uranium concentrate production rises as Megatons to Megawatts program ends

February 3, 2014

Lower emissions cap for Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative takes effect in 2014

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