Tag: Energy Information Administration

Nature defends natural gas story over EIA objections

A Nature article from early December questioning how long the North American natural gas boom could really last earned stinging letters this week from the EIA and University of Texas researchers.  More »

U.S. talking oil exports just when world needs it least

As members of Congress promise more hearings on repealing the restrictions on oil exports, the world is awash in the stuff.  More »

AAA: Nearly 4 million more Americans on the road for holidays

Millions more drivers will look to take advantage of plummeting gas prices this winter.  More »

States looking to increase electric-vehicle charging stations

Several states are pushing forward tax incentive programs to provide charging stations for the increasing number of electric vehicles on the road.  More »

Brent crude drops below $65 as OPEC sees less demand

Brent has collapsed 17 percent in London since Nov. 26, the day before OPEC agreed to leave its production limit unchanged at 30 million barrels a day, resisting calls from members including Venezuela to cut output to stabilize prices.  More »

As oil resumes drop, Iran sees $40 if there’s OPEC discord

Brent collapsed 15 percent since OPEC agreed to leave its production ceiling unchanged on Nov. 27, resisting calls from members including Venezuela to cut output to stabilize prices.  More »

WTI to average $63 a barrel next year, feds predict

The price for U.S. benchmark oil is $15 lower than in last month’s report.  More »

EIA: US production to increase 115K barrels in January

Next month’s total will be nearly 2,000 bpd more than December’s rise.  More »

Oil rises after government report shows U.S. supply drop

West Texas Intermediate oil rose after a government report showed that U.S. crude inventories dropped as refineries bolstered operating rates.  More »

Nature article questions natural gas optimism

The report highlights conflicting estimates about the long-term viability of increasing natural gas production, and warns that acting on the assumption natural gas will always be cheap may not be ideal.  More »

Northeast gas pipelines turn two-way as region becomes major producer

Pipelines companies have planned modifications that will allow 8.3 billion cubic feet of gas per day to leave the Northeast via bidirectional flows.  More »

Northeast natural gas prices still well above average despite warmer winter

The EIA says lower production and lack of pipeline capacity are to blame.  More »

EIA tool gives closer look at oil imports

U.S. oil imports have declined steadily over the past four years, as refiners replace foreign light, sweet crude with domestic supplies, according to the Energy Information Administration.  More »

LNG exports could increase production and price of gas, report says

Liquefied natural gas exports could mean more natural gas production, more economic growth and an increase in consumer prices, according to a government analysis.  More »

Feds to beef up oil & gas data amid drilling surge

The federal government will soon begin collecting more information about the amount of oil and gas pouring out of wells across the United States, with the data likely to drive policy debates in the nation’s capital.  More »
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