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January 2021

January 29, 2021

EIA estimates that global petroleum liquids consumption dropped 9% in 2020


January 28, 2021

U.S. wind energy production tax credit extended through 2021


January 27, 2021

Six states accounted for more than half of U.S. jet fuel consumption in 2019


January 26, 2021

After 2020 decline, EIA expects energy-related CO2 emissions to increase in 2021 and 2022


January 25, 2021

EIA expects gasoline and diesel prices to increase as U.S. economy recovers


January 22, 2021

In 2019, oil and lease condensate proved reserves were flat; natural gas reserves declined


January 21, 2021

EIA expects crude oil prices to average near $50 per barrel through 2022


January 19, 2021

EIA forecasts less power generation from natural gas as a result of rising fuel costs


January 15, 2021

Fossil fuel production expected to increase through 2022 but remain below 2019 peak


January 14, 2021

U.S. oil and natural gas production to fall in 2021, then rise in 2022


January 13, 2021

EIA expects higher wholesale U.S. natural gas prices in 2021 and 2022


January 12, 2021

Nuclear and coal will account for majority of U.S. generating capacity retirements in 2021


January 11, 2021

Renewables account for most new U.S. electricity generating capacity in 2021


January 8, 2021

Wholesale U.S. electricity prices were generally lower and less volatile in 2020 than 2019


January 7, 2021

In 2020, U.S. natural gas prices were the lowest in decades


January 6, 2021

U.S. average gasoline prices and vehicle travel fell to multiyear lows in 2020


January 5, 2021

Crude oil prices briefly traded below $0 in spring 2020 but have since been mostly flat


January 4, 2021

EIA releases new U.S. Energy Atlas with updated maps and enhanced navigation


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