The US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) recently launched Flickr page provides users with another way to view graphs, charts, maps, and other images produced using EIA's data and analysis.
The images stored on EIA's Flickr page are categorized by state. This allows the public and EIA's state, tribal, county, and local stakeholders to quickly find information relating directly to their state's energy production, consumption, prices, and other energy topics covered by EIA's reports.
There are over 240 images on the Flickr page, including many graphs and maps from Today in Energy articles. The Flickr page includes graphs and maps that illustrate important energy trends, including:
- Rising crude oil and natural gas production
- Growth in electricity generation by wind, solar, and other renewables
- Transportation bottlenecks for moving energy supplies and commodities
- Changes in energy prices
EIA's Flickr page also contains materials designed specifically for individual states, including web banners that state agencies can use to link to their EIA state profile.
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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