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- Bahamas country energy data
- Bakken oil and gas production
- Barbados country energy data
- Barge and tanker movements
- Barrels of crude oil per metric ton (all countries)
- Barnett Shale
- Basic information about energy
- Base storage (natural gas)
- Belarus country energy data
- Belgium country energy data
- Belize country energy data
- Benin country energy data
- Bermuda country energy data
- Bhutan country energy data
- Biofuels: Ethanol and Biodiesel Explained (Energy Explained)
- Biofuels Issues and Trends (report)
- Bituminous coal
- Blackouts (Major Disturbances and Unusual Occurrences; includes specific area affected)
- Blending components (for motor gasoline)
- Bosnia and Herzegovina country energy data
- Botswana country energy data
- Brent crude oil prices
- Brief, Energy in
- Btu (British thermal unit)
- Bulgaria country energy data
- Bulk power sales (electricity)
- Bulk terminal stocks
- Buildings, commercial--energy use & expenditures
- Buildings, commercial--number of and sq.ft
- Buildings, residential
- Bunker fuel
- Burkina Faso country energy data
- Burma (Myanmar)
- Burundi country energy data
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