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February 2021

February 26, 2021

Cold weather results in near-record withdrawals from underground natural gas storage


February 25, 2021

Texas natural gas production fell by almost half during recent cold snap


February 24, 2021

Ethanol and biomass-based diesel RIN prices approaching all-time highs


February 23, 2021

EIA publishes a ratio of revenues-to-costs to explain power plant additions


February 22, 2021

Nuclear, pumped storage, and coal power plants are more likely to have multiple owners


February 19, 2021

Extreme winter weather is disrupting energy supply and demand, particularly in Texas


February 18, 2021

Annual U.S. liquefied natural gas exports forecast to exceed pipeline exports in 2022


February 17, 2021

EIA forecasts the U.S. will import more petroleum than it exports in 2021 and 2022


February 16, 2021

Growing industrial consumption and exports support future U.S. natural gas market growth


February 12, 2021

Utility-scale batteries and pumped storage return about 80% of the electricity they store


February 11, 2021

EIA’s AEO2021 shows U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions rising after the mid-2030s


February 10, 2021

Northeast distillate inventories have declined but remain above normal


February 9, 2021

Heating and petrochemical demand in Asia contribute to more U.S. propane exports


February 8, 2021

EIA projects renewables share of U.S. electricity generation mix will double by 2050


February 5, 2021

EIA’s liquids pipeline database shows infrastructure changes and project statuses


February 4, 2021

EIA’s AEO2021 Reference case shows crude oil production plateauing after 2030


February 3, 2021

EIA’s AEO2021 explores the impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. energy mix through 2050


February 2, 2021

U.S. wind generation sets new daily and hourly records at end of 2020


February 1, 2021

Natural gas production far exceeded consumption in West Virginia in 2019


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