Tagged: U.s. Energy Information Administration

US Energy Consumption Sources Evolve

US Energy Consumption Sources Evolve

The nation’s use of renewable energy sources like biofuels, solar and wind is increasing, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Last year, about 10 percent of total U.S. energy consumption was from renewable energy sources. read more >

U.S. Energy Imports Predicted to Fall

U.S. Energy Imports Predicted to Fall

U.S. net energy imports, including all fuels, are expected to decline and then end by 2030, according to the Annual Energy Outlook 2015, a report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The end of net imports would be the first time that has been the case since the 1950s, the agency said. read more >

44 Percent Rise in U.S. Natural Gas Projected

44 Percent Rise in U.S. Natural Gas Projected

The federal government predicts a 44 percent increase in natural gas production from 2011 through 2040. The projections come from the “Annual Energy Outlook 2013” produced by the U.S. Energy Information Administration and released in April. read more >