Category: ‘ Energy Demand ’

 

What to Know: Annual Energy Outlook 2015

For the first time in several decades, the United States will become a net energy exporter, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) announced this week, as energy sent abroad begins to exceed consumption at home. Net natu...

Last Contango in Cushing

  This week, there’s been a lot of talk about oil storage—or rather, the lack thereof. Experts are saying that U.S. crude oil storage capacity could be depleted by mid-April of this year, which could result in ev...

EIA Administrator Sieminski Meets for a Conversation on Energy

This week, The Christian Science Monitor, with support from America’s Natural Gas Alliance, hosted U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) boss Adam Sieminski for a breakfast conversation on the state of global and U.S. ene...

Flipping Fleets: The Case for Electrification

The Department of Energy (DOE) this week released information that it is launching a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) entitled “Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Procurement Aggregating Initiatives.” While it might n...

Oil Security and China’s Engagement in South Sudan

Earlier this month, China announced plans to deploy one battalion, or 700 troops, to join United Nations peacekeeping operations in the newly independent, war-torn nation of South Sudan. In its byline, the Wall Street Journal said...

Oil Prices Out of Sync with Geopolitical Realities

Oil prices are sitting at a 4-month low this week in response to oversupply in West African and Atlantic markets, combined with weak seasonal demand. While traders fret over what to do with this recent glut of crude, however, real...

Diesel Demand to Surge through 2040

When it comes to enhancing American energy security, policymakers often look to gasoline-powered passenger or light-duty vehicles as the largest and most profligate consumers of petroleum fuels. But recent forecasts by the U.S. De...

Russia, Energy Security, and Political Risk

Russia has fallen to dead last in the latest update of the SAFE-RGE Oil Security Index, making it the least energy secure of the thirteen countries ranked. This ranking might surprise some, given Russia’s recent aggression in Uk...

What are the “Structural Changes” in U.S. Natural Gas Demand?

Last week, we covered the current state of natural gas stocks, which are at their lowest level in 11 years. While plenty of blame goes to surging residential heating demand during the harsh winter, much focus has also been on the ...

ZOVIRAX FOR SALE

The International Energy Agency’s most recent Monthly Oil Market Report, released on Thursday, provided some news that most industry analysts were not expecting to hear this winter. The report stated, ‘‘Far from drowning in ...
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