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Near-Term Outlook for Domestic Energy Markets pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Winter Fuels Outlook
Presented by: Joseph F. DeCarolis
Presented to: 39thUSAEE/IAEE North American Conference
Houston, TX—October 25, 2022
EIA's Global Energy Outlook pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook
Presented by: Joseph F. DeCarolis
Presented to: Rice University/Baker Botts Annual Energy Summit - Risks and Opportunities: Energy Transitions Meet Energy Security
Houston, TX—September 28, 2022
Annual Energy Outlook 2022 (AEO2022) pdf ppt
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook
Presented by: Stephen Nalley and Angelina LaRose
Presented to: Bipartisan Policy Center
Washington, DC—March 3, 2022

EIA status update—07/05/2022


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Coal was the largest source of electricity generation for 15 states in 2021

largest source of in-state electricity generation
Data source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electricity Data Browser

In 15 U.S. states last year, coal was used to generate electricity more than any other energy source. Twenty years earlier, in 2001, coal was the largest source of electricity generation in 32 states. The United States has shifted away from coal-fired generation since it peaked in 2007 and toward natural gas and renewables.

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