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- Wake Island country energy data
- Washington, DC (see District of Columbia)
- Waste energy
- Weekly Coal Report
- Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report
- Weekly Natural Gas Update
- Weekly Petroleum Status Report
- Wells (oil and gas) distribution and production by state
- Well drilling costs
- Wellhead price
- Wellhead value; natural gas (discontinued)
- Wells, development and exploratory
- Wells, number of producing crude oil
- Wells, number of producing natural gas
- West Texas Intermediate (WTI)
- West Virginia .
- Western Sahara country energy data
- What are greenhouse gases and how much are emitted by the United States? (Energy in Brief)
- What are the major sources and users of energy in the United States? (Energy in Brief)
- What Drives Crude Oil Prices
- What's New from EIA
- Where Our Energy Comes From (Energy Explained)
- Who are the major players supplying the world oil market? (Energy in Brief)
- Wholesale electricity (see Electric sales for resale)
- Wholesale market data (electricity)
- Why are gasoline prices higher in some regions than in others? (Energy in Brief)
- Wind energy potential (map)
- Winter heating fuels
- Withdrawals from storage (natural gas)
- Wood energy consumption, industrial
- Wood energy consumption, residential
- Working storage, natural gas
- Working storage capacity, petroleum
- World energy (see International)
- World oil transit chokepoints
- WTI ( See West Texas Intermediate)
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