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week was 14 above the five year average according to the Energy Information Administration In addition
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Administration just 45 million below the prior 10 year seasonal average Since then additional production cuts
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America Research Policy Center and Frontier Group comes as the administration prepares in the coming
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Information Administration This year’s gas prices will mean higher electric bills at a time when consumers
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Information Administration data showed Aug 3 The build left stockpiles 6 7 behind the five year average
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change the Biden administration has outlined a renewed effort to curb emissions from domestic oil and gas
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with the administration’s green tinge Since taking office two months ago Biden’s been more boon than bane for a fossil fuel
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appeals The Biden administration is increasingly alarmed by rising gasoline prices that have reached a
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Administration The inflection point mainly reflects a steep drop in the use of coal as source of electricity
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Administration in early December said it anticipates oil production will average 12 1 million barrels daily
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according the U S Energy Information Administration An S P Global Platts Analytics forecast calls for adding
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to keep outpacing domestic demand The U S Energy Information Administration projects production will grow
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million tonnes of LNG up 19 3 percent year on year the latest data from the General Administration
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markets by showing a willingness to negotiate President Donald Trump on April 5 ordered his administration
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of the National Energy Administration We are very optimistic about China s gas demand growth but there needs
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administration March 24 Other permissions including from states along the way and the U S Interior Department
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according to the U S Energy Information Administration Growth should continue according to consultancy RBN
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Administrator Ryan Bourriaque said in January “If that meant collecting less early we were OK with that ” Under
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projects per a policy put in place by the previous administration Things could change with new leadership
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percent of Ohio s generating capacity according to data from the U S Energy Information Administration