EIA projects that energy related carbon dioxide emissions will rise over the next 30 years
Projections of international energy related CO2 emissions.
EIA: associated natural gas production declines in 2020
Production declined in the combined five major US onshore crude oil-producing regions for the first time since 2016.
19 pipeline projects show progression on EIA’s updated liquids pipeline database
EIA’s updated liquids pipeline database shows 19 projects moving toward completion in 2021.
EIA: Brent crude oil prices to stabilise, then decline
EIA expects Brent crude oil prices to stabilise then decline as global oil production increases.
EIA: fossil fuel production expected to increase through 2022 but remain below 2019 peak
Based on forecasts in the US EIA’s January 2021 Short-Term Energy Outlook, EIA expects total production of fossil fuels in the United States to remain flat in 2021.
EIA expects US crude oil production to remain relatively flat through 2021
In its November Short-Term Energy Outlook, EIA forecasts that US crude oil production will remain near its current level through the end of 2021.
EIA: US natural gas exports to Mexico have increased in the first nine months of 2020
US pipeline exports of natural gas have been displacing other sources of Mexico’s natural gas, including LNG imports.
EIA: US crude oil exports have fallen in each month since record high in February
US crude oil exports reached a record high in February 2020 and have since fallen in each month, based on data through June, according to the US EIA.
EIA: US natural gas exports have been declining since April
Net exports began declining in spring 2020 as a result of a global economic slowdown amid the spread of COVID-19.
EIA: US energy imports and exports were nearly equal in May
Changes in domestic production and declines in global demand for energy since mid-March have shifted energy trade balances back in the direction of net imports, according to the EIA.