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March 9, 2018

Investment in tight oil, oil sands, and deepwater drives long-term oil production growth

December 8, 2017

India’s steel industry, like America’s, is dominated by electric-based processes

November 16, 2017

Growth in global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions expected to slow

November 8, 2017

EIA forecasts growth in world nuclear electricity capacity, led by non-OECD countries

November 2, 2017

Almost 40% of global liquefied natural gas trade moves through the South China Sea

October 25, 2017

China leads the growth in projected global natural gas consumption

October 10, 2017

Buildings energy consumption in India is expected to increase faster than in other regions

October 4, 2017

Global gas-to-liquids growth is dominated by two projects in South Africa and Uzbekistan

September 27, 2017

Chinese coal-fired electricity generation expected to flatten as mix shifts to renewables

September 19, 2017

Beyond China and India, energy consumption in non-OECD Asia continues to grow

September 14, 2017

EIA projects 28% increase in world energy use by 2040

August 12, 2016

World tight oil production to more than double from 2015 to 2040

August 2, 2016

Renewables share of North America electricity mix expected to rise

May 16, 2016

Projected growth in CO2 emissions driven by countries outside the OECD

May 12, 2016

EIA projects 48% increase in world energy consumption by 2040

September 11, 2014

Despite decline in some regions, world oil consumption still seen rising

December 3, 2013

Future world energy demand driven by trends in developing countries

August 16, 2013

Chinese investments play large role in Southeast Asia hydroelectric growth

July 25, 2013

EIA projects world energy consumption will increase 56% by 2040

September 28, 2011

Renewable energy shows strongest growth in global electric generating capacity

September 19, 2011

China and India account for half of global energy growth through 2035

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