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EIA's resources for emergency response pdf ppt
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, emergency response
Presented by: Dr. Linda Capuano, Administrator
Presented to: Committee on National Statistics
Washington, DC—October 19, 2018
EIA 2018-19 Winter Fuels Outlook pdf
Subject: EIA, energy markets, forecasts
Presented by: Tim Hess, Office of Energy Analysis
Presented to: NASEO 2018-2019 Winter Energy Outlook Webinar
Washington, DC—October 10, 2018
International Energy Outlook 2018 (IEO2018) pdf ppt
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration
Presented by: Dr. Linda Capuano, Administrator
Presented to: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Washington, DC—July 24, 2018
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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EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2019 projects growing oil, natural gas, renewables production

U.S. crude oil and natural gas plant liquids production
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2019

EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2019 (AEO2019), which will be released later this morning, includes projections of U.S. energy markets through 2050 based on a Reference case and six side cases that include different assumptions regarding prices, economic activity, and technology and resource estimates. AEO2019 projects continued development of U.S. shale and tight oil and natural gas resources. Natural gas and natural gas plant liquids (NGPLs) experience the highest production growth of all fossil fuels, and NGPLs account for almost one-third of cumulative U.S. liquids production through the 2050 projection period.

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