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The United States began exporting more natural gas than it imports on an annual basis in 2017, driven by increased liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, increased pipeline exports to Mexico, and reduced imports from Canada. Read more

Natural Gas/LNG

In the February 2020 update of its Short-Term Energy Outlook, the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts that global liquid fuels demand will average 101.7 million barrels per day in 2020. Read more

Commodities

Natural gas production in North Dakota reached 3.1 billion cubic feet per day in November 2019, a more than ten-fold increase compared with January 2010 levels. Read more

Natural Gas/LNG

Natural gas consumption in the United States has two seasonal peaks, largely reflecting weather-related fluctuations in energy demand. Read more

Natural Gas/LNG

The U.S. Energy Information Administration projects that the United States will export more crude oil and petroleum products combined than it imports until 2050. Read more

Commodities

Final containment vessel ring placed for Vogtle Unit 4; End-use energy consumption increasingly shifting to electricity; FERC approves first compliance filings on landmark storage rule Read more

Power Generation

Total U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions resume growth after 2031 but remain 4% lower than 2019 levels by 2050. Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

In November 2019, the United States exported 772,000 barrels per day (b/d) more petroleum than it imported, marking the third consecutive month in which the United States was a net petroleum exporter. Read more

Commodities

As many of the coal-fired power plants in New England and New York have either retired or switched fuels, the regions’ coal-fired electricity generation and coal consumption have fallen to near minimal levels. Read more

Power Generation

In 2018, while production was increasing, the total number of wells producing crude oil and natural gas in the United States fell to 982,000, down from a peak of 1,035,000 wells in 2014. Read more

Drilling & Exploration

U.S. crude oil stockpiles rose far more than anticipated last week as refiners cut runs on the back of weakened demand for fuel, with gasoline inventories building to a record high, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Read more

Commodities

Crude oil supply disruptions—realized or expected—can have large and immediate effects on crude oil prices. Read more

Commodities

In the latest long-term projections, the U.S Energy Information Administration projects electricity generation from renewable sources such as wind and solar to surpass nuclear and coal by 2021 and to surpass natural gas in 2045. Read more

Renewable & Biofuel

The U.S. government spending bill signed into law in late December 2019 included several provisions related to federal energy programs. Read more

Renewable & Biofuel

U.S. crude oil production growth slows because of a decline in drilling rigs during the past year. EIA expects this trend will continue through most of 2020. Read more

Commodities

U.S. oil production from tight formations increased in 2019, accounting for 64% of total U.S. crude oil production. This share grew because of the increasing productivity of new wells that were brought online during 2019. Read more

Drilling & Exploration

In 2019, growth in demand for U.S. natural gas exports exceeded growth in natural gas consumption in the U.S. electric power sector. Read more

Natural Gas/LNG

EIA expects that crude oil prices will remain elevated in the first few months of 2020, reflecting a price premium on crude oil from recent geopolitical events. Read more

Commodities

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In its latest Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), released on January 14, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts year-over-year decreases in energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions through 2021. Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), released on January 14, forecasts the United States to remain a net exporter of natural gas through 2021. Read more

Natural Gas/LNG