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- Daily spot prices of crude oil
- Data center, electricity use
- Dealer tank wagon price (motor gasoline)
- Definitions (EIA glossary of energy terms)
- Degree-day (see cooling degree day; heating degree day)
- Delivered price
- Deliveries of natural gas (see consumption)
- Demand, energy (consumption)
- Demand-side management
- Demonstrated Reserve Base of coal
- Denmark country energy data
- Dependency by the U.S. on foreign oil
- Development wells
- Diesel fuel, on-highway
- Diesel and the Environment (Energy Explained)
- Diesel Fuel Explained
- Diesel fuel update
- Price, retail
- Price, resale (wholesale)
- Prices and Outlook (Energy Explained)
- Sales (consumption/demand)
- Surcharge information
- Use of Diesel (Energy Explained)
- Where Our Diesel Comes From (Energy Explained)
- Frequently asked questions, diesel
- Disruptions, energy
- Distillate fuel oil
- Disturbances, electrical (see Blackouts; includes specific area affected)
- District of Columbia
- District heating & chilled water
- Djibouti country energy data
- Domestic first purchase price of crude oil (see Crude oil wellhead price)
- Domestic Uranium Production Report
- Dominica country energy data
- Dominican Republic country energy data
- Drilling Productivity Report
- Drilling (petroleum and natural gas)
- Driving mileage (average miles per vehicle)
- Dry gas production (natural gas)
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