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November 2022

November 30, 2022

U.S. wind generation falls into regional patterns by season


November 29, 2022

Natural gas production and consumption has increased in Egypt and Israel for 20 years


November 28, 2022

Europe’s LNG import capacity set to expand by one-third by end of 2024


November 23, 2022

Real U.S. gasoline prices this Thanksgiving are mostly unchanged from last year


November 22, 2022

Natural gas imports from Canada continue providing winter reliability to U.S. markets


November 21, 2022

One of the largest wind farms in the United States was completed in Oklahoma last spring


November 18, 2022

Working natural gas stocks end refill season near previous five-year average


November 17, 2022

Residential heating oil prices start winter heating season higher than last year


November 16, 2022

Residential propane prices in October 2022 similar to prices in October 2021


November 15, 2022

U.S. natural gas disposition increased in 2021, driven by exports


November 14, 2022

U.S. electricity customers averaged seven hours of power interruptions in 2021


November 10, 2022

Strong demand for diesel leads to high prices and tight inventories going into winter


November 9, 2022

EIA now expects U.S. natural gas prices to average above $6.00/MMBtu this winter


November 8, 2022

Most U.S. coal is mined in the West, but most coal mining jobs are in the East


November 7, 2022

Nearly a quarter of the operating U.S. coal-fired fleet scheduled to retire by 2029


November 4, 2022

U.S. electric-generating capacity for combined-cycle natural gas turbines is growing


November 3, 2022

Average U.S. construction costs drop for solar, rise for wind and natural gas generators


November 2, 2022

High natural gas production and storage injections in September drove U.S. prices down


November 1, 2022

Norway remains a significant natural gas supplier to the European Union


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