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04.30.18

EIA Monthly

Energy Information Administration report showing energy needs and sources since 1949 through April 2018.

 

04.30.18

Get ready for the most expensive driving season in years

Get ready for a little bit more pain at the pump this summer.

 

04.30.18

Pipelaying operations for Norway's largest oil pipeline are underway

A refreshingly positive approach to oil pipelines in Norway

 

04.30.18

U.S. crude output jumps to record 10.26 million barrels per day in February: EIA

U.S. crude oil production jumped 260,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 10.26 million bpd in February, the highest on record, the Energy Information Administration said in a monthly report on Monday.

 

04.29.18

NAFTA 2.0: ISDS Supports U.S. Oil, Natural Gas, And Electricity Companies

As we move forward crafting North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 2.0, we must be very careful to maintain current provisions that will continue to make the U.S. more secure.

 

04.25.18

Thanks to Natural Gas

There are plenty of statistics out there to measure the scope of U.S. natural gas production. The United States is the No. 1 natural gas producer in the world, producing 78.9 billion cubic feet per day in 2017.

 

04.21.18

Military Commanders Understand the Value of Energy Security

"... if we weren't already prepared for the battle well in advance, it would be too late when the time for action arrived." By Vets4Energy Volunteer Chairman, SC.

 

04.20.18

US petroleum demand for March highest since 2007

US petroleum demand reached 20.6 million b/d in March - the highest level since 2007...The US also produced a record 10.4 million b/d of crude oil.

 

04.18.18

US LNG export capacity to expand rapidly: Report

Natural gas supply to US LNG terminals could reach 14.7 Bcf/d (416mn m3) within a decade under the most conservative estimates, a new report concludes.

 

04.15.18

U.S. Energy Security Begins At Home

A glance around the world makes it very clear that we must continually support the critical triad of 1) new energy production, 2) new energy infrastructure, and 3) new energy exports.

 
 
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