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Outlook for light-duty vehicles and the fuels used in those vehicles pdf
Subject:EIA, transportation, energy markets
Presented by:John Maples, Senior Transportation Analyst
Presented to: Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Energy and Power
Washington, DC—March 7, 2018

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Current state and future of national energy data - EIA Overview pdf ppt
Subject:U.S. Energy Information Administration
Presented by:John J. Conti, Deputy Administrator
Presented to: Parliament of Canada House of Commons, Standing Committee on Natural Resources (RNNR)
Ottawa, Ontario Canada—May 3, 2018
Annual Energy Outlook 2018 pdf ppt
Subject:Annual Energy Outlook 2018
Presented by:John J. Conti, Deputy Administrator
Presented to: Columbia University, Center on Global Energy Policy
New York, NY—February 13, 2018
Annual Energy Outlook 2018 pdf ppt
Subject:Annual Energy Outlook 2018
Presented by:Dr. Linda Capuano, Administrator
Presented to: Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies
Washington, DC—February 6, 2018

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Oil company additions to proved reserves in 2017 were the highest since 2013

regional proved reserves for 83 publicly traded oil companies, as explained in the article text
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, based on Evaluate Energy
Note: Rest of world includes associated companies’ reserves with unspecified geographies.

In 2017, a group of the world’s largest publicly traded oil and natural gas producers added more hydrocarbons to their resource base than in any year since 2013, according to the annual reports of 83 exploration and production companies. Collectively, these companies added a net 8.2 billion barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) to their proved reserves during 2017, which totaled 277 billion BOE at the end of the year. Exploration and development (E&D) spending in 2017 increased 11% from 2016 levels but remained 47% lower than 2013 levels.

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