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- Uganda country analysis note
- Ukraine country analysis note
- Underground storage of natural gas (U.S. & state)
- United Arab Emirates country analysis brief
- United Kingdom country analysis brief
- United States country energy data
- Domestic Uranium Production Report - Quarterly
- Domestic Uranium Production Report - Annual
- Enrichment services
- Nonconventional plants
- Number of mines
- Purchases, summary data
- Prices by type of pricing mechanism
- Production, quarterly
- Production, annual summary data
- Remediation of mill sites
- Spent fuel
- Stocks (inventories)
- Survey forms
- Uranium Marketing Annual Report
- Uranium terms (glossary)
- Uruguay country energy data
- U.S. Coal Supply and Demand (report; includes U.S. & state)
- U.S. Crude Oil and Natural Gas Proved Reserves Annual Report (U.S. & state)
- U.S. Government energy consumption
- U.S. Pacific Islands country energy data
- Usage of Energy
- Use of Energy Sources (Energy Explained)
- Utah coal production
- Utah crude oil production
- Utah electricity generation
- Utah energy profile
- Utah natural gas production
- Utah total energy production
- Utica oil and gas production
- Uzbekistan country analysis note
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