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October 2015

October 30, 2015

Vehicle standards around the world aim to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions

October 29, 2015

Beyond China, other Southeast Asian countries plan for significant hydroelectric additions

October 28, 2015

Increased recycling may reduce metals sector energy use in China

October 27, 2015

India likely to experience continued growth in electricity use for air conditioning

October 26, 2015

Chinese policies aim to increase energy efficiency in buildings

October 23, 2015

United Arab Emirates plans to increase crude oil and natural gas production

October 22, 2015

India aims to reduce high electricity transmission and distribution system losses

October 21, 2015

Exelon-Pepco merger could create largest U.S. electric utility

October 20, 2015

EIA celebrates World Statistics Day with an energy statistics quiz

October 19, 2015

Indonesia has significant potential to increase geothermal electricity production

October 16, 2015

Norway’s oil production increases, but new investment is declining

October 15, 2015

Indonesia rejoining OPEC despite being a net importer of petroleum

October 14, 2015

Natural gas pipelines under construction will move gas from Azerbaijan to southern Europe

October 13, 2015

California’s gasoline imports increase 10-fold after major refinery outage

October 9, 2015

With increased regulation, continued decline in residual fuel oil demand is expected

October 8, 2015

West Coast petroleum markets differ by supply, demand, and distribution

October 7, 2015

Nationwide, electricity generation from coal falls while natural gas rises

October 6, 2015

Household heating costs are expected to be lower than previous two winters

October 5, 2015

U.S. reactor operators increase uranium purchases from Kazakhstan

October 2, 2015

Hurricane Joaquin may cause problems for East Coast energy infrastructure

October 1, 2015

July petroleum data show challenges in the reporting of processed condensate exports

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