Today in Energy

June 2017

June 27, 2017

U.S. exports of crude oil and petroleum products have more than doubled since 2010


June 26, 2017

Future coal production depends on resources and technology, not just policy choices


June 23, 2017

U.S. uranium production, prices, and employment all fell in 2016


June 22, 2017

Earthquake trends in Oklahoma and other states likely related to wastewater injection


June 21, 2017

Growing octane needs widen the price difference between premium and regular gasoline


June 20, 2017

U.S. refineries are running at record-high levels


June 19, 2017

Dishwashers are among the least-used appliances in American homes


June 16, 2017

Competition between coal and natural gas affects power markets


June 15, 2017

Global oil markets expected to tighten in third quarter 2017, then loosen through 2018


June 14, 2017

Wind and solar in March accounted for 10% of U.S. electricity generation for first time


June 13, 2017

Three Mile Island is the latest nuclear power plant to announce retirement plans


June 12, 2017

Reporting oil companies’ proved reserves in 2016 decline for second consecutive year


June 9, 2017

U.N. cap on North Korean coal exports could decrease North Korean export earnings


June 8, 2017

Global access to electricity has increased over the past two decades


June 7, 2017

United States remains the world’s top producer of petroleum and natural gas hydrocarbons


June 6, 2017

As U.S. airlines carry more passengers, jet fuel use remains well below its previous peak


June 5, 2017

NERC’s Summer Reliability Assessment highlights seasonal electricity reliability issues


June 2, 2017

As coal shipments decline, rail remains dominant mode of coal transport to power sector


June 1, 2017

More than half of small-scale photovoltaic generation comes from residential rooftops


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