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Annual Energy Review

EIA has expanded the Monthly Energy Review (MER) to include annual data as far back as 1949 for those data tables that are found in both the Annual Energy Review (AER) and the MER. In the list of tables below, grayed-out table numbers now go to MER tables that contain data series for 1949 forward. New INTERACTIVE tables and graphs have also been added.

Data categories

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Energy overview

  • 1.11U.S. government energy consumption by agency, fiscal years
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Energy consumption by sector

  • 2.0Primary energy consumption by source and sector
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  • 2.8Motor vehicle mileage, fuel consumption, and fuel economy
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Financial indicators

Energy resources

Petroleum and other liquids

  • 5.13aPetroleum consumption estimates: residential and commercial sectors
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  • 5.13cPetroleum consumption estimates: transportation sector
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  • 5.13dPetroleum Consumption Estimates: Electric Power Sector
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  • 5.14aHeat content of petroleum consumption estimates: residential and commercial sectors
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  • 5.14bHeat content of petroleum consumption estimates: industrial sector
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  • 5.14cHeat content of petroleum consumption estimates: transportation and electric power Sectors
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  • 5.19Landed costs of crude oil imports from selected countries
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  • 5.24Retail motor gasoline and on-highway diesel fuel prices
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Natural gas

Coal

Electricity

  • 8.2dElectricity net generation: commercial and industrial sectors
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  • 8.5aConsumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation: total (all sectors)
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  • 8.5bConsumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation: electric power sector
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  • 8.5dConsumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation: commercial and industrial sectors
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  • 8.7aConsumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation and useful thermal output: total (all sectors)
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  • 8.7bConsumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation and useful thermal output: electric power sector
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  • 8.7cConsumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation and useful thermal output: commercial and industrial sectors
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  • 8.8Stocks of coal and petroleum: electric power sector, end of year
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Nuclear energy

Renewable energy

  • 10.1Renewable energy production and consumption by primary energy source
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  • 10.2aRenewable energy consumption: residential and commercial sectors
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  • 10.2bRenewable energy consumption: industrial and transportation sectors
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Environment

  • Section notes
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Appendices (heat content, conversion factors, and more)

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  • A1Approximate heat content of petroleum products
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  • A2Approximate heat content of petroleum production, imports, and exports
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  • A3Approximate heat content of petroleum consumption and biofuels production
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  • A6Approximate heat rates for electricity, and heat content of electricity
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  • Documentation
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  • B1Metric conversion factors
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  • B2Metric prefixes
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  • B3Other physical conversion factors
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  • C1U.S. Census regions and divisions
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  • D1Population, U.S. gross domestic product, and implicit price deflator
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  • E1Estimated primary energy consumption in the United States, 1635-1945
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  • Appendix F: Alternatives for estimating energy consumption
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  • F1Conversion efficiencies of noncombustible renewable energy sources
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  • F1Primary energy consumption and delivered total energy,
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  • F2Energy consumption by sector,
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  • F3Noncombustible renewable primary energy consumption by energy source,
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  • Glossary
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  • Changes to the AER

    • Tables with grayed-out numbers go to the MER (the most recent data). The remaining tables still go to the AER 2011 (data through 2011). In some cases the table numbering of the AER differs from that of the MER.

    • Explanatory notes for the most recent AER can be found in archived AER 2011 (data year dropdown above). MER notes and sources are linked at the bottom of the interactive tables.