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As of July 5, 2022, we have restored most of our data publications. See a complete list of releases for the week. We will not publish U.S. diesel prices today. We will continue to provide updates regarding the status of diesel prices and other data products.

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EIA statement on upcoming data releases-July 5, 2022

July 5, 2022

EIA statement on upcoming data releases-June 30, 2022

June 30, 2022

EIA statement on upcoming data releases-June 29, 2022

June 29, 2022

EIA statement on upcoming data releases-June 28, 2022

June 28, 2022

EIA statement on upcoming data releases

June 27, 2022

EIA statement on data releases for the week of June 20, 2022

June 22, 2022

EIA expects continued high energy prices through 2023

June 7, 2022

EIA analysis shows California drought will decrease hydropower, increase natural gas use and CO2 emissions

May 26, 2022

EIA expects increased U.S. crude oil production, with continued high petroleum prices in 2022

May 10, 2022

Statement on the April Short-Term Energy Outlook and annual Summer Fuels Outlook

April 12, 2022

Dr. Joseph DeCarolis joins EIA as new Administrator

April 11, 2022

EIA data show that by 2020, U.S. households had more efficient lighting, larger TVs, and more refrigerators

March 30, 2022

EIA statement on the factors leading to uncertainty in Short-Term Energy Outlooks

March 8, 2022

EIA projects U.S. energy consumption will grow through 2050, driven by economic growth

March 3, 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: EIA leaders discuss Annual Energy Outlook 2022, projections for U.S. energy markets through 2050

March 2, 2022

EIA forecasts the Brent crude oil price will average nearly $88 per barrel for the first half of 2022

February 8, 2022

EIA expects annual U.S. crude oil production to surpass pre-pandemic levels in 2023

January 11, 2022

EIA status update—06/30/2022


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Fossil fuel sources accounted for 79% of U.S. consumption of primary energy in 2021

energy consumption in the United States
Data source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review

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Fossil fuels—petroleum, natural gas, and coal—accounted for 79% of the 97 quadrillion British thermal units (quads) of primary energy consumption in the United States during 2021. About 21% of U.S. primary energy consumption in 2021 came from fuel sources other than fossil fuels, such as renewables and nuclear, according to data in our Monthly Energy Review.

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