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January 2019

January 31, 2019

U.S. NGPL production continues to grow, driven by production in East and Southwest regions

January 30, 2019

More than half of the U.S. coal mines operating in 2008 have since closed

January 29, 2019

The United States is expected to export more energy than it imports by 2020

January 28, 2019

U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions increased in 2018 but will likely fall in 2019 and 2020

January 25, 2019

In 2018, U.S. coal production declined as exports and Appalachian region prices rose

January 24, 2019

EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2019 projects growing oil, natural gas, renewables production

January 23, 2019

EIA’s new interactive New England dashboard tracks energy capacity constraints

January 22, 2019

EIA now publishes oil stocks at power plant level

January 18, 2019

EIA forecasts renewables will be fastest growing source of electricity generation

January 17, 2019

EIA expects relatively flat natural gas prices, continued record production through 2020

January 16, 2019

EIA forecasts world crude oil prices to rise gradually, averaging $65 per barrel in 2020

January 15, 2019

Changes in marine fuel sulfur limits will put temporary upward pressure on diesel margins

January 14, 2019

Natural gas-burning power plant operations vary during periods of cold weather

January 11, 2019

Iraq’s oil production has nearly doubled over the past decade

January 10, 2019

New electric generating capacity in 2019 will come from renewables and natural gas

January 9, 2019

The Middle East, Africa, and Asia now drive nearly all global energy consumption growth

January 8, 2019

Wholesale power prices were generally higher in 2018, with both winter and summer spikes

January 7, 2019

Natural gas prices, production, consumption, and exports increased in 2018

January 4, 2019

U.S. average retail gasoline prices ended the year lower than they started

January 3, 2019

Crude oil prices end the year lower than they began the year

January 2, 2019

Energy commodity prices fell significantly in the last quarter of 2018

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