The EIA has reported that fossil fuels continue to account for the largest share of US energy production.
The US Energy Information Administration has released its first plant-level US biodiesel production capacity report.
The EIA has reported that the US leads global petroleum and natural gas production, achieving record growth in 2018.
The EIA has reported that gross inputs to US refineries are expected to decline for the first time in ten years.
The API has reported that US petroleum demand hit 20.8 million bpd in July, the highest level since 2005.
The EIA reports on the Suez Canal and SUMED Pipeline and their position as critical energy chokepoints.
The EIA has reported that energy-related carbon dioxide emissions are to fall in 2019, mainly due to fewer emissions from coal consumption.
The EIA has reported that US refinery capacity reached a record high of 18.8 million b/cd at the start of 2019.