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October 19, 2018

U.S. manufacturers’ short-term capability to switch fuels continues to decline


January 26, 2018

Natural gas production in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia growing faster than demand


December 8, 2017

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


October 19, 2017

Intensity of U.S. energy use in manufacturing decreases as output outpaces fuel use


July 29, 2016

Changes in steel production reduce energy intensity


October 28, 2015

Increased recycling may reduce metals sector energy use in China


September 26, 2014

Minimum efficiency standards for electric motors will soon increase


August 1, 2014

Metal-based durables manufacturers are fueled by electricity and natural gas


May 9, 2014

Recycling is the primary energy efficiency technology for aluminum and steel manufacturing


February 5, 2014

Global demand, inexpensive natural gas are increasing domestic plastic production


October 25, 2013

Waste fuels are a significant energy source for U.S. manufacturers


October 18, 2013

Electricity use by machine drives varies significantly by manufacturing industry


August 21, 2013

Glass manufacturing is an energy-intensive industry mainly fueled by natural gas


July 5, 2013

Food and paper account for 3.4% of nation’s energy use


July 1, 2013

The cement industry is the most energy intensive of all manufacturing industries


June 26, 2013

Metallurgical industries are key parts of energy-intensive manufacturing


June 4, 2013

Bulk chemicals industry uses 5% of U.S. energy


August 16, 2012

Energy needed to produce aluminum


May 25, 2012

Asian demand spurs U.S. net exports of petroleum coke to higher levels in early 2012


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