The EIA projects that growth in global carbon dioxide emissions from energy-related sources will slow, despite increasing energy consumption.
The US EIA suggests that Gulf Coast refinery runs are starting to approach the levels seen prior to Hurricane Harvey.
Changing quality mix is affecting crude oil price differentials and refining decisions, according to the US Energy Information Administration.
The US EIA reports that Hurricane Harvey caused substantial disruptions to crude oil and petroleum product supply chains.
The US EIA has announced that US weekly ethanol production averaged 1.02 million bpd through the first six months of 2017.
According the US EIA's Today in Energy, low inventories and supply developments are affecting Asian residual fuel oil prices.
Fuel ethanol production capacity in the US reached 15.5 billion gal./year, or 1.01 million bpd, at the beginning of 2017.
The EIA has announced that the US remained the world's top producer of petroleum and natural gas hydrocarbons in 2016.