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Prime Supplier Report

Feb 22, 2017

The latest Prime Supplier Report presents data collected through December 2016 on Form EIA-782C, "Monthly Report of Prime Supplier Sales of Petroleum Products Sold for Local Consumption." These data measure primary petroleum product deliveries into the states where they are locally marketed and consumed.

Liquefied natural gas exports expected to drive growth in U.S. natural gas trade

Feb 22, 2017

The United States is expected to become a net exporter of natural gas on an average annual basis by 2018, according to the recently released Annual Energy Outlook 2017 (AEO2017) Reference case. The transition to net exporter is driven by declining pipeline imports, growing pipeline exports, and increasing exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

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U.S. crude oil production increases following higher drilling activity

Feb 21, 2017
U.S. crude oil production increased for the second consecutive month in November 2016, the first time this has occurred since early 2015.

Lower airline fuel costs reduce U.S. airlines’ operating expenses, increase net profits

Feb 17, 2017
Lower crude oil prices in recent years have translated to lower fuel costs and overall lower operating expenses for U.S. passenger airlines. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), U.S. passenger airlines’ collective net profit increased to $25.6 billion in 2015, up from $7.5 billion in 2014.

State Energy Data System: Natural gas for 2015

Feb 17, 2017
Annual state-level estimates of natural gas consumption, prices, and expenditures.

Within the past 30 days

U.S. uranium production lowest since 2005

Feb 16, 2017
U.S. production of uranium concentrate (U3O8) totaled 2.9 million pounds in 2016, 13% lower than the uranium produced in 2015 and the lowest annual U.S. production since 2005. U.S. uranium concentrate production in 2016 was less than 7% of the historical peak production level of 43.7 million pounds in 1980.

State Energy Profiles: New data for November and December 2016, new annual data, and updated analytical narratives and Quick Facts

Feb 16, 2017
New monthly data are available for electricity, petroleum, and coal series. The profiles also include new annual data for the U.S. territories covering energy production, consumption, prices, and emissions. In addition, analytical narratives and Quick Facts have been updated for Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.

Wholesale Electricity and Natural Gas Market Data

Feb 16, 2017
Wholesale market data for natural gas and electric power are now available and updated through February 14, 2017. Data contain peak prices, volumes, and the number of transactions at eight selected ICE (IntercontinentalExchange) electricity trading hubs and eight corresponding natural gas hubs covering most regions of the United States.

EIA’s short-term global oil demand outlook considers the role of economic activity

Feb 15, 2017
Oil plays a crucial role in the global economy—from the production of goods to the transportation of people and freight. For this reason, economic activity and oil consumption tend to move together, particularly in developing economies. This relationship makes gross domestic product (GDP) an important driver of oil consumption.

Projected electricity generation mix is sensitive to policies, natural gas prices

Feb 14, 2017
The mix of fuels used to generate electricity in the United States has changed in response to differences in the expected cost of fuels and electricity-generating technology costs and their deployment. These factors, together with policies affecting emissions from power generation, will determine the generation fuel mix of the future.

Drilling Productivity Report

Feb 13, 2017
EIA’s monthly Drilling Productivity Report (DPR) has been released. The DPR takes a fresh look at oil and natural gas production, starting with an assessment of how and where drilling for hydrocarbons is taking place. It uses recent data on the total number of drilling rigs in operation along with estimates of drilling productivity and estimated changes in production from existing oil and natural gas wells to provide estimated changes in oil and natural gas production for seven key fields.

Tight oil expected to make up most of U.S. oil production increase through 2040

Feb 13, 2017
EIA’s recently released Annual Energy Outlook 2017 (AEO2017) Reference case projects that U.S. tight oil production will increase to more than 6 million barrels per day (b/d) in the coming decade, making up most of total U.S. oil production. After 2026, tight oil production remains relatively constant through 2040 in the Reference case as tight oil development moves into less productive areas and as well productivity decreases.

Argentina seeking increased natural gas production from shale resources to reduce imports

Feb 10, 2017
Despite its estimated 802 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of unproved, technically recoverable shale gas resources, Argentina’s dry natural gas production declined each year from 2006 to 2014, and the country has shifted from a net exporter of natural gas to a net importer.

Domestic Uranium Production Report – Quarterly

Feb 10, 2017
Fourth quarter 2016 update of uranium production in the United States and operating status of U.S. uranium mills and plants.

Quarterly Coal Report, July – September 2016

Feb 9, 2017
U.S. coal production during third quarter 2016 totaled 195.1 million short tons. This was 21.6% higher than the previous quarter and 17.6% lower than third quarter 2015. Third quarter 2016 U.S. coal exports (12.6 million short tons) decreased 11.3% from second quarter 2016 and decreased 26.0% from third quarter 2015. U.S. coal imports in third quarter 2016 totaled 2.7 million short tons. All data for 2015 and prior years are final. All data for 2016 are preliminary.

U.S. energy trade with Mexico: U.S. export value more than twice import value in 2016

Feb 9, 2017
Energy trade between Mexico and the United States has historically been driven by Mexico’s sales of crude oil to the United States and by U.S. net exports of refined petroleum products to Mexico.

Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey: Water Consumption in Large Buildings, 2012

Feb 9, 2017
Using water consumption data from the Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS), EIA estimates that the 46,000 large commercial buildings (greater than 200,000 square feet) used about 359 billion gallons of water (980 million gallons per day) in 2012. On average, these buildings used 7.9 million gallons per building, 20 gallons per square foot, and 18,400 gallons per worker in 2012. The types of buildings that are the most intensive water users are inpatient healthcare buildings, public order and safety buildings (which include prisons) and lodging buildings (which include hotels). For the second time in its history, EIA has collected water usage data through the CBECS.

Quarterly Coal Distribution Report – Third Quarter 2016

Feb 9, 2017
Provides detailed U.S. domestic coal distribution data for July – September 2016, excluding waste coal and imports, by coal origin, coal destination, mode of transportation, and consuming sector. Quarterly coal distribution data for all years are preliminary and will be superseded by the release of the corresponding “Annual Coal Distribution Report.”

U.S. coal production and coal-fired electricity generation expected to rise in near term

Feb 8, 2017
Coal production in the United States totaled 739 million short tons (MMst) in 2016, an 18% decline from 2015 and the lowest level of coal production since 1978. Because nearly all coal produced in the United States is used to generate electricity, coal production and coal-fired electricity generation are closely connected.

EIA’s residential and commercial studies require significant data collection and analysis

Feb 7, 2017
EIA’s two studies of energy-related characteristics and energy consumption, the Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS) and Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS), require years of preparation, data collection, analysis, modeling, and dissemination for each survey cycle.

Short-Term Energy Outlook

Feb 7, 2017
U.S. crude oil production averaged an estimated 8.9 million b/d in 2016. U.S crude oil production is forecast to average 9.0 million b/d in 2017 and 9.5 million b/d in 2018.

The world’s largest nuclear plants differ by age, number of reactors, and utilization

Feb 6, 2017
There are currently 449 operating nuclear reactors in 31 countries, with a total installed generating capacity of more than 390,000 megawatts (MW), based on data from the International Atomic Energy Agency. Nuclear power plants differ in various ways including reactor types, vessel containments, cooling methods, and dispatch purposes.

State Energy Data System: Other petroleum products for 2015

Feb 3, 2017
Annual state-level estimates of consumption, prices, and expenditures for other petroleum products for 2015. “Other petroleum products” is a category that comprises 16 products, including still gas, petroleum coke, petrochemical feedstocks, and pentanes plus.

Sulfur dioxide emissions from U.S. power plants have fallen faster than coal generation

Feb 3, 2017
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions produced in the generation of electricity at power plants in the United States declined by 73% from 2006 to 2015, a much larger reduction than the 32% decrease in coal-fired electricity generation over that period.

Natural Gas Monthly - Correction/Update

Feb 2, 2017
Natural Gas Monthly (NGM) data for November 2016, released by EIA on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, were missing data for imports and exports. EIA has revised NGM Tables 1, 4, and 5 to include the missing volumes and update the corresponding prices. NGM data released today (Thursday, February 2, 2017) include the revised data.

Turkey Country Analysis Brief

Feb 2, 2017
Turkey is a growing energy importer, and since 2010, it has experienced some of the fastest growth in total energy demand among countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Turkey is also an increasingly important transit hub for oil and natural gas supplies as they move from Central Asia, Russia, and the Middle East to Europe and other Atlantic markets.

Japan Country Analysis Brief

Feb 2, 2017
Japan is one of the largest global importers of hydrocarbons as a result of limited domestic energy resources and a high level of energy consumption. After the Fukushima nuclear incident in early 2011 and delays in returning nuclear power generation, the country has become more dependent on fossil fuels and, to a lesser extent, renewable energy for its electricity use.

New EIA data series track shipments of hydrocarbon gas liquids by rail

Feb 2, 2017
Adding to its data series of rail movements of crude oil, ethanol, and biodiesel, EIA recently released data on rail movements of propane, propylene, normal butane, and isobutane. These four petroleum products make up the majority of hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGLs) moved by rail.

Petroleum Marketing Monthly

Feb 1, 2017
The February 2017 Petroleum Marketing Monthly (PMM), with data through November 2016, presents monthly and annual price and volume statistics covering crude oil and refined products sales in the United States. In this edition of the PMM, preliminary data show prices for crude oil and refined products declined during November. With the exception of residual fuel oil, U.S.-level Prime Supplier data show sales of the major refined products were above their year-ago levels.

Indian Point, closest nuclear plant to New York City, set to retire by 2021

Feb 1, 2017
In January 2017, Entergy Nuclear and the state of New York reached an agreement to retire the two nuclear reactors at the Indian Point Energy Center, located in Buchanan, New York, about 25 miles north of New York City. Indian Point is one of four nuclear power plants in New York state and accounts for about 12% of total electricity generated from all sources statewide.

Company Level Imports

Jan 31, 2017
Imports data at the company level collected from the EIA-814 Monthly Imports Report.

Natural Gas Monthly

Jan 31, 2017
In November 2016, for the ninth consecutive month, dry natural gas production decreased year-to-year from the same month in 2015. Preliminary data for dry natural gas production in November 2016 was 2,155 billion cubic feet (Bcf), or 71.8 Bcf/day. This level was a 2.3 Bcf/day (3.1%) decrease from the November 2015 level of 74.1 Bcf/day. See the full report to get all the highlights.

Petroleum Supply Monthly

Jan 31, 2017
Supply and disposition of crude oil and petroleum products on a national and regional level. The data series describe production, imports and exports, movements, and inventories.

U.S. Movements of Crude Oil By Rail

Jan 31, 2017
Monthly data on rail movements of crude oil have been updated for November 2016. Crude oil movements by rail have significantly increased over the past five years. The new data on crude-by-rail (CBR) movements are also fully integrated with EIA’s existing monthly petroleum supply statistics, which already include crude oil movements by pipeline, tanker, and barge.

Monthly Biodiesel Production Report

Jan 31, 2017
The U.S. Energy Information Administration released new data today showing national and regional monthly biodiesel production for November 2016. In addition to biodiesel production, data included producer sales, producer stocks, and feedstock inputs.

Monthly Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production

Jan 31, 2017
These monthly production estimates are based on data from the EIA-914, Monthly Crude Oil, Lease Condensate, and Natural Gas Production Report.

Major U.S. tight oil-producing states expected to drive production gains through 2018

Jan 31, 2017
In EIA’s January Short-Term Energy Outlook, U.S. crude oil production is forecast to increase from an average of 8.9 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2016 to an average of 9.3 million b/d in 2018, primarily as a result of gains in the major U.S. tight oil-producing states: Texas, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.

Natural gas-fired generating capacity likely to increase over next two years

Jan 30, 2017
The electricity industry is planning to increase natural gas-fired generating capacity by 11.2 gigawatts (GW) in 2017 and 25.4 GW in 2018, based on information reported to EIA. If these plants come online as planned, annual net additions in natural gas capacity would be at their highest levels since 2005.

Monthly Energy Review

Jan 27, 2017
EIA's most comprehensive report on recent integrated energy statistics. Preliminary estimates indicate that in October 2016 the transportation sector accounted for 72% of total U.S. petroleum consumption. The industrial sector accounted for 22%, the residential and commercial sectors each accounted for 3%, and the electric power sector accounted for 1%.

State Energy Data System: Retail electricity for 2015

Jan 27, 2017
Annual state-level estimates of retail electricity consumption, prices, and expenditures.

EIA’s weekly natural gas storage data now include measures of sampling variability

Jan 27, 2017
Starting with the release of data for the week ending January 20, 2017, EIA’s Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report (WNGSR) now provides information about the statistical properties of published estimates of weekly working natural gas levels and their net changes. The methodology for the storage data itself, however, is unchanged.

Strategic Petroleum Reserve sales expected to start this month

Jan 26, 2017
Yesterday the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy awarded contracts for the first of several sales of crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). A Continuing Resolution enacted in December 2016 included a provision for DOE to sell up to $375.4 million in crude oil from the SPR. This sale will be the first of several planned sales totaling nearly 190 million barrels during fiscal years 2017 through 2025.

Electricity Monthly Update

Jan 26, 2017
This issue contains data for November 2016 as well as a feature article explaining how the output range of large electric coal-fired steam turbines varies widely.

Electric Power Monthly

Jan 26, 2017
Data in the January 2017 Electric Power Monthly (EPM ) are for November 2016, during which net generation in the United States fell 1.1 percent from the November 2015 level. Consumption of coal for power generation fell 1.7 percent compared to November 2015. The average retail price of electricity for November 2016 was down 0.5 percent from what it had been in November 2015.

Global crude oil balances expected to tighten through 2018

Jan 25, 2017
EIA estimates that crude oil and other liquids inventories grew by 2.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in the fourth quarter of 2016, driven by an increase in production and a significant, but seasonal, drop in consumption. Global production and consumption are both projected to increase through 2018, but consumption is expected to increase at a faster rate than production. As a result, global balances are expected to tighten.

Prime Supplier Report

Jan 24, 2017
The latest Prime Supplier Report presents data collected through November 2016 on Form EIA-782C, "Monthly Report of Prime Supplier Sales of Petroleum Products Sold for Local Consumption." These data measure primary petroleum product deliveries into the states where they are locally marketed and consumed.

With low oil prices in 2016, federal revenues from energy on federal lands again declined

Jan 24, 2017
In fiscal year (FY) 2016, the U.S. government collected almost $6 billion in revenues from royalties, rental costs, and other fees from activities related to energy production on federal and American Indian lands, according to the Department of Interior’s Office of Natural Resource Revenue. These activities include the production of coal, oil, natural gas, and hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGLs) as well as, more recently, renewables.


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