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October 2016

October 31, 2016

Fort Calhoun becomes fifth U.S. nuclear plant to retire in past five years

October 28, 2016

Offshore oil production in deepwater and ultra-deepwater is increasing

October 27, 2016

Low tanker rates are enabling more long-distance crude oil and petroleum product trade

October 26, 2016

Wind generation share exceeded 10% in 11 states in 2015

October 25, 2016

Offshore production nearly 30% of global crude oil output in 2015

October 24, 2016

Short positions in U.S. crude oil futures held by producers, merchants at nine-year high

October 21, 2016

U.S. crude oil imports increase during first half of 2016, the first increase since 2010

October 20, 2016

Low oil prices have affected Russian petroleum companies and government revenues

October 19, 2016

Over past decade, Mountain region states have used less coal for electricity generation

October 18, 2016

The world’s nine largest operating power plants are hydroelectric facilities

October 17, 2016

Hurricane Matthew caused millions of customers to go without power

October 13, 2016

Winter heating bills likely to increase, but still remain below recent winters

October 12, 2016

Energy-related CO2 emissions for first six months of 2016 are lowest since 1991

October 11, 2016

On Thursday, EIA’s weekly crude oil inventory will be presented without lease stocks

October 7, 2016

Hurricane Matthew may cause problems for East Coast energy infrastructure

October 6, 2016

U.S. residential electricity prices decline for the first time in many years

October 5, 2016

Office buildings with data centers use significantly more electricity than other offices

October 4, 2016

Growth in propane exports drove U.S. petroleum product export growth in first half of 2016

October 3, 2016

California program encourages adoption of zero-emissions vehicles

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