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February 2019

February 28, 2019

Despite recent supply reductions, global liquid fuels production to outpace demand


February 27, 2019

Updated renewable portfolio standards will lead to more renewable electricity generation


February 26, 2019

Extreme cold in the Midwest led to high power demand and record natural gas demand


February 25, 2019

Regional variations in household lighting consumption driven by bulb choice and bulb count


February 22, 2019

EIA’s new Key Statistics and Indicators section highlights long-term state energy data


February 21, 2019

New methanol plants expected to increase industrial natural gas use through 2020


February 20, 2019

The basic metals industry is one of the world’s largest industrial energy users


February 19, 2019

Natural gas-fired reciprocating engines are being deployed more to balance renewables


February 15, 2019

EIA adds new play production data to shale gas and tight oil reports


February 14, 2019

Azerbaijan to become a more significant supplier of natural gas to Southern Europe


February 13, 2019

Electricity intensity of U.S. homes and commercial buildings decreases in coming decades


February 12, 2019

Power blocks in natural gas-fired combined-cycle plants are getting bigger


February 11, 2019

Emissions from the U.S. electric power sector projected to remain mostly flat through 2050


February 8, 2019

U.S. production and use of refined coal continues to increase


February 7, 2019

Most U.S. utility-scale solar photovoltaic power plants are 5 megawatts or smaller


February 6, 2019

Future U.S. electricity generation mix will depend largely on natural gas prices


February 5, 2019

The United States expands its role as world’s leading ethane exporter


February 4, 2019

More stringent marine sulfur limits mean changes for U.S. refiners and ocean vessels


February 1, 2019

Congress retains most energy programs in 2018 Farm Bill through fiscal year 2023


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