The EIA has published research into natural gas markets which finds that they remain regionalised when compared with oil markets.
The EIA has reported on the factors which fed into the WTI crude oil futures prices dropping below zero.
The US EIA has reported that withdrawals from natural gas storage this winter were at their lowest levels since 2015 – 2016.
The EIA has reported that COVID-19 mitigation efforts have resulted in the lowest US petroleum consumption in decades.
The EIA has reported that total energy exports exceeded imports in 2019 for the first time in 67 years.
The US EIA has published its Weekly Petroleum Status Report which provides crude oil and refined products balances for the US.
The EIA has released information about its two weekly reports which track retail prices for gasoline, diesel, and residential heating fuels.
The EIA has announced that it expects the US to return to being a net importer of crude oil and petroleum products as production declines.
The EIA has reported that European natural gas storage inventories are at record-high levels at the end of winter.
The EIA has reported that moves by OPEC to maintain its market share will cause global oil inventory increases and lower prices.