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January 2018

January 31, 2018

South Africa plans to add more natural gas, renewables to its energy supply mix


January 30, 2018

Hydraulically fractured horizontal wells account for most new oil and natural gas wells


January 29, 2018

U.S. crude oil exports increased following hurricane-related refinery disruptions


January 26, 2018

Natural gas production in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia growing faster than demand


January 25, 2018

EIA expects 2018 and 2019 natural gas prices to remain relatively flat


January 24, 2018

Wind expected to surpass hydro as largest renewable electricity generation source


January 23, 2018

January’s cold weather affects electricity generation mix in Northeast, Mid-Atlantic


January 22, 2018

EIA forecasts natural gas to remain primary energy source for electricity generation


January 19, 2018

Hydroelectric generation in Montana recovers from last summer’s flash drought


January 18, 2018

EIA expects total U.S. fossil fuel production to reach record levels in 2018 and 2019


January 17, 2018

Wholesale power prices in 2017 were stable in the east, but increased in Texas, California


January 16, 2018

Natural gas prices, production, and exports increased from 2016 to 2017


January 12, 2018

During recent cold snap, the U.S. withdrew a record amount of natural gas from storage


January 11, 2018

EIA forecasts mostly flat crude oil prices and increasing global production through 2019


January 10, 2018

Nearly half of utility-scale capacity installed in 2017 came from renewables


January 9, 2018

Almost all power plants that retired in the past decade were powered by fossil fuels


January 8, 2018

Batteries perform many different functions on the power grid


January 5, 2018

Cold weather, higher exports result in record natural gas demand


January 4, 2018

U.S. gasoline prices increased in 2017


January 3, 2018

Crude oil prices increased in 2017, and Brent-WTI spread widened


January 2, 2018

Energy commodity prices increased in the second half of 2017


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