Today in Energy

January 2017

January 31, 2017

Major U.S. tight oil-producing states expected to drive production gains through 2018


January 30, 2017

Natural gas-fired generating capacity likely to increase over next two years


January 27, 2017

EIA’s weekly natural gas storage data now include measures of sampling variability


January 26, 2017

Strategic Petroleum Reserve sales expected to start this month


January 25, 2017

Global crude oil balances expected to tighten through 2018


January 24, 2017

With low oil prices in 2016, federal revenues from energy on federal lands again declined


January 23, 2017

Natural gas prices in 2017 and 2018 are expected to be higher than last year


January 19, 2017

Power sector carbon dioxide emissions fall below transportation sector emissions


January 18, 2017

Natural gas-fired power plants lead electric capacity additions in Mexico


January 17, 2017

U.S. ethane production, consumption, and exports expected to increase through 2018


January 13, 2017

Natural gas prices in 2016 were the lowest in nearly 20 years


January 12, 2017

Crude oil prices expected to increase slightly through 2017 and 2018


January 11, 2017

Wholesale power prices in 2016 fell, reflecting lower natural gas prices


January 10, 2017

Renewable generation capacity expected to account for most 2016 capacity additions


January 9, 2017

Coal production declines in 2016, with average coal prices below their 2015 level


January 6, 2017

U.S. gasoline prices in 2016 were the lowest since 2004


January 5, 2017

EIA’s AEO2017 projects the United States to be a net energy exporter in most cases


January 4, 2017

Crude oil prices increased in 2016, still below 2015 averages


January 3, 2017

Energy commodity prices rose more than other commodity sectors in 2016


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