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1 EIA expects US households to spend more on energy this winter
2 EIA projects nearly 50% increase in world energy use by 2050, led by growth in renewables
3 Annual US coal-fired electricity generation will increase for the first time since 2014
4 EIA projects non-OECD Asia to become the largest importers of natural gas by 2050
5 US gasoline exports in May, June, and July reach new seasonal highs
6 In 2021, natural gas generated a larger share of revenue for selected US oil producers
7 US natural gas prices likely to remain elevated through the winter
8 A change in China's tax policy is affecting Asia's petroleum product trade
9 By 2018, LEDs had become the second-most common lighting in US commercial buildings
10 High global demand, low global supply contribute to rising US propane spot prices
11 Most planned US battery storage additions in next three years to be paired with solar
12 U.S. crude, fuel stocks dip, tightening supply as demand remains strong -EIA
13 Coal-fired generation expected to rise this year for first time since 2014
14 Propane costs are rising. Iowa customers can expect winter heating bills that are 69% higher.
15 Energy-related CO2 emissions will rise over the next 30 years
16 EIA expects US natural gas prices to stay high through the winter
17 Soaring energy prices threaten to wreck economic recovery
18 Energy Prices Are Rising, But Inflation Isn't a Key Economic Danger Anymore
19 Energy prices are expected to spike this winter—here's how you can save some money | FOX43 Finds Out
20 Daily on Energy: High energy prices weigh down Biden
21 Alex Mills: Petroleum prices head higher as inventories tighten further
22 Oil prices pull back as U.S. factory data intensifies demand concerns
23 Extreme weather is causing longer power outages. States and utilities can't agree on solutions
24 4 ways the energy crisis hits U.S. electricity, gas, EVs
25 EIA expects US hydropower generation to decline 14% in 2021 amid drought
26 Cold winter, rising energy prices could hamper holiday shopping season
27 EIA's 92 Bcf Natural Gas Storage Build Shrinks Deficit, Pressures Prices
28 Renewables became the second-most prevalent US electricity source in 2020
29 Clean Energy Will Lower Household Energy Costs
30 Behind the Energy Crisis: Fossil Fuel Investment Drops, and Renewables Aren’t Ready
31 Wall Street projects a “higher for longer” era for oil prices
32 Rocky Mountain high: U.S. looks to Colorado for methane emissions policy
33 Coal Stocks Rise, Even as the Planet Warms
34 With winter heating costs expected to skyrocket, here's how much more you could pay
35 Coal production is up in 2021. Just don't expect the same next year
36 Energy production in the United States fell by more than 5% in 2020
37 A colder winter could drive energy bills up
38 Extra Crude Oil Reserves Are Up – Could It Force Lower Prices?
39 Natural-Gas Prices Fall From Peak as Warm Autumn Buoys Stockpiles
40 Borderlands: Texas lawmakers criticize effort to restrict energy sales to Mexico
41 Competition in Electricity Has Been Good for Consumers and Good for the Environment – InsideSources
42 Extreme winter weather is disrupting energy supply and demand, particularly in Texas
43 Column: Global gas shortage helps lift prices in United States
44 Delaware Natural Gas Prices Set to Rise Ahead of Winter Heating Season
45 EIA expects US natural gas inventories to enter winter heating season below average
46 Energy prices skyrocket as winter approaches
47 EIA projects renewables share of US electricity generation mix will double by 2050
48 Less electricity was generated by coal than nuclear in the United States in 2020
49 EIA expects increased US propane consumption this winter, especially in the Midwest
50 US petroleum consumption decreased to a 25-year low in 2020
51 EIA: Ethanol production expands 6%, reaches near record high |
52 Electricity demand in Lower 48 states reached a high of 720 gigawatthours on August 12
53 Renewables account for most new US electricity generating capacity in 2021
54 US energy consumption fell by a record 7% in 2020
55 New proposal would create California oil drilling buffers
56 US Coal Use Rebounds Under Biden as Energy Crisis Drives Fossil Fuel Demand
57 US crude oil production fell by 8% in 2020, the largest annual decrease on record
58 United States continued to lead global petroleum and natural gas production in 2020
59 US fossil fuel consumption fell by 9% in 2020, the lowest level in nearly 30 years
60 Dominion Energy West Virginia braces customers for increased natural gas prices this winter
61 Storage is a missing piece of the renewable energy puzzle
62 Gov. Beshear details plan on energy, environment
63 US energy intensity has dropped by half since 1983, varying greatly by state
64 Texas Gas Prices Up Over A $1 Per Gallon From Last Year
65 Gasoline Demand Surges to Highest Since 2007
66 Why oil traders say this key crude delivery point looks 'basically empty'
67 US natural gas consumption to decline through 2022, led by the electric power sector
68 Agricultural feedstock costs drive RIN prices to all-time highs
69 Solar power industry sees growth across US | Local News |
70 US large-scale battery storage capacity up 35% in 2020, rapid growth set to continue
71 EIA expects US natural gas consumption to continue decreasing in 2021 and 2022
72 U.S oil gains for the 9th consecutive week
73 Per capita US residential electricity use was flat in 2020, but varied by state
74 Most US wind capacity built since 2011 is located in the center of the country
75 Why are Florida gas prices going up?
76 My Turn: Policy needed to help Granite Staters switch to renewable modern wood heat
77 EIA releases new US Energy Atlas with updated maps and enhanced navigation
78 US renewable diesel capacity could increase due to announced and developing projects
79 In 2020, US coal production fell to its lowest level since 1965
80 Crude oil inventories in Cushing, Oklahoma, are down more than 40% from start of 2021
81 US liquefied natural gas exports grew to record highs in the first half of 2021
82 California's curtailments of solar electricity generation continue to increase
83 Dominion Energy W.Va. announces payment plans, assistance programs
84 The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Devon Energy, Marathon Oil, Diamondback Energy, ConocoPhillips and EOG Resources
85 Hurricane Ida disrupted crude oil production and refining activity
86 Associated natural gas production declines in 2020, following three years of growth
87 Are renewables making the US less energy independent?
88 Heating help: Payment options as home gas prices rise
89 EIA's AEO2021 shows growing use of batteries on the US electricity grid
90 Annual US natural gas production decreased by 1% in 2020
91 Utilities continue to increase spending on the electric transmission system
92 The U.S. Is Turning Green. What Will This Climate Plan Cost and Who Will Pay?
93 NERC report outlines potential electricity disruptions in the United States this summer
94 US crude oil exports reached record levels in 2020 and remain high in 2021
95 Ballooning Fertilizer Prices and Production Cost Considerations Gain Scrutiny • Farm Policy News
96 Cyberattack halts fuel movement on Colonial petroleum pipeline
97 Increased air travel is beginning to increase US jet fuel consumption
98 Gulf of Mexico crude oil production will increase with new projects in 2021 and 2022
99 US dry natural gas production and rig count continue to grow from pandemic lows
100 US natural gas storage capacity has remained flat over the past eight years