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- Haiti Country Analysis Brief
- Haynesville oil and gas production
- Hawaii Energy Profile
- Hawaii Renewable Potential Map
- Heat Content of Fuels
- Heat Pump (XLS File)
- Heat Rate
- Heating - Energy Consumption (2005)
- Heating with Electricity
- Heating with Natural Gas
- Heating with Petroleum (Fuel Oil, Kerosene, LPG)
- Heating - Type of Fuel (XLS File) (2005)
- Heating Oil Explained
- Heating Oil and Propane Update (Prices and Inventory)
- Heating Oil Prices and Outlook (Energy Explained)
- Home Heating Oil Reserve - (Leave EIA Site)
- Heating Degree-Days, (U.S. & Census Division)
- Heating Value of Fuels (Thermal Conversion)
- Henry Hub Prices
- History of Gasoline (Energy Explained)
- Historical Data
- U.S. and State Summarized Energy Data
- Petroleum, Detailed
- Natural Gas, Detailed
- Electricity Data (Net Generation; Capacity; Fuel Consumption; Emissions; Retail Customers, Sales, Revenue and Average Price)
- Coal Production, by Week
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions (XLS File)
- Home Energy Use (Energy Explained)
- Home Energy Use & Costs (2005)
- Home Heating Oil
- Honduras Country Analysis Brief
- Hong Kong Country Analysis Brief
- Household Characteristics (2005)
- Households, Number of (U.S. & Census Region and Division) (2005)
- Household Electricity Use (U.S., Census Division & State) (See Electric Retail Sales )
- Household Energy Consumption(Use) and Expenditures (U.S. & Census Division) (2005)
- How Can We Compare Or Add Up Our Energy Consumption? (Energy In Brief)
- How Dependent Are We On Foreign Oil? (Energy In Brief)
- How Does Natural Gas Travel From Producing Fields To Consumers? (Energy Explained)
- How Is My Electricity Generated, Delivered, And Priced? (Energy Explained)
- How Much Coal Is Left (Energy Explained)
- How Much Does the Federal Government Spend On Energy-Specific Subsidies and Support? (Energy In Brief)
- How Much Natural Gas Is Left (Energy Explained)
- How Much Renewable Energy Do We Use? (Energy In Brief)
- Hungary Country Analysis Brief
- Hurricane Impacts on U.S. Energy
- Hydrates (Natural Gas; includes U.S. & International)
- Hydroelectric (Hydropower; U.S., Census Division & State)
- Hydrogen Energy Program - (Leave EIA Site)
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