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- Haiti country energy data
- Haynesville oil and gas production
- Heat content of fuels
- Heat pump
- Heat rate
- Heating - energy consumption
- Heating with electricity
- Heating with natural gas
- Heating with petroleum (fuel oil, kerosene, lpg)
- Heating fuels, winter
- Heating - type of fuel
- Heating Oil Explained
- Heating Oil and Propane Update (report; prices and inventory)
- Heating Oil Prices and Outlook (Energy Explained)
- Heating Oil Reserve, Home -
- Heating Degree-Days
- Heating value of fuels (thermal conversion)
- Henry Hub gas prices
- History of Gasoline (Energy Explained)
- Historical Data
- Home Energy Use (Energy Explained)
- Home energy use & costs
- Home heating oil
- Honduras country energy data
- Hong Kong country energy data
- Household characteristics
- Households, number of
- Household electricity use (see Electric retail sales)
- Household energy consumption (use) and expenditures
- Household energy use, state fact sheets
- How dependent are we on foreign oil? (Energy In Brief)
- How Electricity Is Generated (Energy Explained)
- How Much Coal Is Left (Energy Explained)
- How Much Natural Gas Is Left (Energy Explained)
- How much U.S. electricity is generated from renewable energy? (Energy In Brief)
- Hungary country energy data
- Hurricane impacts on U.S. energy
- Hybrid vehicles
- Hydrocarbon gas liquids (hgl):
- Hydroelectric (hydropower)
- Hydrogen energy program -
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