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October 2021

October 27, 2021

U.S. consumers expected to spend more for heating oil this upcoming winter


October 26, 2021

EIA projects global conventional vehicle fleet will peak in 2038


October 25, 2021

EIA forecasts U.S. winter natural gas bills will be 30% higher than last winter


October 22, 2021

U.S. consumers likely to pay more for propane heating during the upcoming winter


October 21, 2021

EIA projects that energy-related carbon dioxide emissions will rise over the next 30 years


October 20, 2021

EIA projects non-OECD Asia to become the largest importers of natural gas by 2050


October 19, 2021

Drilling and completion improvements support Permian Basin hydrocarbon production


October 18, 2021

Annual U.S. coal-fired electricity generation will increase for the first time since 2014


October 15, 2021

Renewables will account for most global generation increases, but coal use remains high


October 14, 2021

U.S. natural gas prices likely to remain elevated through the winter


October 13, 2021

EIA expects U.S. households to spend more on energy this winter


October 12, 2021

Azerbaijan has increased natural gas production and added a connection to Europe


October 8, 2021

U.S. gasoline exports in May, June, and July reach new seasonal highs


October 7, 2021

EIA projects nearly 50% increase in world energy use by 2050, led by growth in renewables


October 6, 2021

EIA projects accelerating renewable consumption and steady liquid fuels growth to 2050


October 5, 2021

A change in China’s tax policy is affecting Asia's petroleum product trade


October 4, 2021

By 2018, LEDs had become the second-most common lighting in U.S. commercial buildings


October 1, 2021

Capacity outages at U.S. nuclear power plants averaged 3.1 gigawatts this summer


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