As of 3 June 2022, pipeline companies completed two crude oil pipeline projects in the US, according to the EIA’s recently updated database.
The EIA analyse the effects on the energy market if no additional US natural gas pipeline capacity is built between 2024 and 2050.
The release of EIA’s March 2022 Petroleum Supply Monthly now reports inventories of hydrocarbon gas liquids.
The EIA’s short-term energy outlook analyses current market conditions and forecasts energy supply, consumption and prices.
EIA: rising production from OPEC+ countries and the US will lead to global liquid fuels inventories increasing and crude oil prices falling in 2022.
In the EIA’s recently updated Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Tracker, it estimates over 4 billion ft3/d of new natural gas pipeline capacity entered service in 3Q21, primarily supplying US Gulf Coast and Northeast demand markets. In total, the Natural Gas Pipeline Projects Tracker includes updates to 25 interstate and intrastate natural gas pipeline projects, including announcements of new projects and estimated dates of completion.