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August 2014

August 29, 2014

U.S. retail gasoline prices fall as Labor Day approaches

August 28, 2014

Rail deliveries of U.S. oil continue to increase in 2014

August 27, 2014

U.S. liquid fuels production growth more than offsets unplanned supply disruptions

August 26, 2014

Investment in electricity transmission infrastructure shows steady increase

August 25, 2014

Energy reform could increase Mexico’s long-term oil production by 75%

August 22, 2014

New England relying more on natural gas along with hydroelectric imports from Canada

August 21, 2014

Average Brent crude oil prices trade within $5 per barrel range for 13 months in a row

August 20, 2014

Russia-China deal will supply Siberian natural gas to China’s northern, eastern provinces

August 19, 2014

Hawaii and U.S. Territories aim to increase fuel diversity with LNG imports

August 18, 2014

Natural gas serves a small, but growing, portion of China’s total energy demand

August 15, 2014

Reasons for projected natural gas-fired generation growth vary by region

August 14, 2014

India is increasingly dependent on imported fossil fuels as demand continues to rise

August 13, 2014

Steam coal imports remain down sharply from historic high in 2007

August 12, 2014

Ohio's Utica Region now included in EIA's monthly Drilling Productivity Report

August 11, 2014

Northeast natural gas spot prices particularly sensitive to temperature swings

August 8, 2014

August differentials offer insight into Aramco’s oil pricing

August 7, 2014

Energy production and other mining account for a large percentage of some state economies

August 6, 2014

EIA mapping tool shows which U.S. energy facilities are in areas at risk of flooding

August 5, 2014

Marcellus Region production continues growth

August 4, 2014

Bakken fuels North Dakota’s oil production growth

August 1, 2014

Metal-based durables manufacturers are fueled by electricity and natural gas

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