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aeo2012 (annual energy outlook 2012)

December 5, 2012

EIA projections show U.S. energy production growing faster than consumption through 2040


September 14, 2012

Projected Alaska North Slope oil production at risk beyond 2025 if oil prices drop sharply


August 27, 2012

Projected natural gas prices depend on shale gas resource economics


July 31, 2012

Projected retirements of coal-fired power plants


July 30, 2012

Fuel used in electricity generation is projected to shift over the next 25 years


July 20, 2012

Geology and technology drive estimates of technically recoverable resources


July 2, 2012

EIA’s AEO2012 includes analysis of breakthroughs in vehicle battery technology


June 28, 2012

AEO2012 considers three cases for the future of world oil prices


June 27, 2012

Extension and expansion of efficiency programs could reduce U.S. total energy usage


June 25, 2012

AEO2012 has energy projections and analyses of legislation, regulations, and side cases


March 5, 2012

Nuclear Regulatory Commission approves construction of first nuclear units in 30 years


February 28, 2012

EIA projects U.S. non-hydro renewable power generation increases, led by wind and biomass


February 10, 2012

Natural gas and renewable shares of electricity generation to grow, coal still largest


February 8, 2012

Tight oil, Gulf of Mexico deepwater drive projected increases in U.S. crude oil production


February 3, 2012

Most states have Renewable Portfolio Standards


January 26, 2012

Domestic supply of liquid fuels projected to increase, resulting in fewer imports


January 24, 2012

U.S. energy use projected to grow slowly and become less carbon-intensive


January 23, 2012

EIA issues AEO2012 Early Release


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