Tag: Energy Information Administration

Crude oil in U.S. slides most in 17 months on growing supply

West Texas Intermediate crude slid the most in 17 months, while Brent had its steepest drop in a year, as ample supply shielded the market from the risk of disruption due to the conflict in the Middle East.  More »

Barton: Time to lift crude export ban

Rep. Joe Barton is now convinced: U.S. oil producers should be able to freely sell their crude overseas.  More »

EIA to cast new data into oil export debate

The U.S. Energy Information Administration is on track next month to issue two highly anticipated reports that will shape the debate over exporting crude, including an analysis of how the price of oil around the globe affects gasoline costs inside the United States.  More »

New tool maps flood risks at nation’s power plants, refineries

The U.S. Energy Information Administration on Wednesday unveiled a new mapping tool, giving the public its first glimpse into flooding risks at the nation’s power plants, oil refineries, pipelines and other critical energy infrastructure.  More »

Low cost gas, energy efficiency could mean low costs for some manufacturers, report says

A lower price of natural gas means lower costs for industries that use it–especially metal durable goods.  More »

Enhanced oil recovery techniques limited in shale

Energy companies currently leave about 95 percent of the crude in the ground at today’s unconventional oil wells, but they face major technological challenges in boosting recovery rates, a Schlumberger scientist said Tuesday.  More »

Coming soon to a country near you: The US frac phenomenon

The United States’ monopoly on pulling oil and gas out of ultra-dense rock formations is ending, as companies aim to replicate the success in other countries, energy analysts said Tuesday.  More »

Logistics exec says rail trumps pipelines

Because trains offer flexibility that fixed pipelines can’t match, the trend of moving oil by rail is here to stay, an energy executive told industry leaders and analysts Monday.  More »

Trade lawyer: Feds’ rulings won’t unleash flood of oil exports

The secret government rulings that gave two Texas companies confidence they could export a slightly distilled ultra-light oil will not open the floodgates for that condensate to flow overseas, a top trade lawyer said Monday.  More »

IEA chief: US energy security not as secure as we think

U.S. headlines are full of good news about the nation’s soaring oil and gas production, but those rosy forecasts may be papering over serious gaps, an international energy leader said Monday.  More »

Surge of industrial projects to lift U.S. gas demand

A wave of gas-to-liquids investments and other U.S. industrial projects will likely boost demand for natural gas by 19 to 31 percent through the end of the decade, a new study shows.  More »

Record LPG exports will drive ship market growth, Latsco says

Increased U.S. exports of liquefied petroleum gas amid higher shale oil production will boost demand for ships that carry gases such as propane, butanes and ethane, according to the director of Latsco Shipping Ltd., said  More »
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