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- Iceland country energy data
- Ike, Hurricane
- Independent power producer (ipp)
- Independent System Operator (ISO) (electricity)
- Indian lands, energy production
- Industry Energy Use (Energy Explained)
- Industrial energy use
- Industrial electricity use/consumption (see Electric retail sales)
- Industrial natural gas use/consumption
- Installed capacity (see Capacity, electric)
- International (region/country)
- CO2 emissions
- Consumption by fuel source and primarty energy
- Country analysis briefs
- GDP (expressed in purchasing power parity)
- International energy data browser
- International energy intensity
- International Energy Outlook (report)
- International movements of natural gas (U.S. receipts and deliveries)
- Natural gas
- Nuclear capacity
- Nuclear generation
- Oil (petroleum)
- Production, total energy
- World oil transit chokepoints
- Internships with EIA
- Interruptible load (electricity; definition)
- Interstate movements of natural gas (receipts and deliveries)
- Inventories/stocks of oil, U.S.
- Stocks of oil, OECD
- Ireland country energy data
- Irene, Hurricane
- Isaac, Hurricane
- ISO (see Independent System Operator)
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