U.S. Energy Information Administration Needs Your Feedback
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) plans to redesign its energy financial data survey in 2014.
As part of this design process we want to learn how our customers use the energy financial data found in publications like Performance Profiles of Major Energy Producers, an annual report to the U.S. Congress.
Your input will be invaluable in making sure that EIA continues to produce data that users like you find both useful and relevant.
To gather this information, EIA will hold a meeting of data users at the U.S. Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20585, on January 28, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. EST. You can attend in person or as a WebEx Webinar.
We are particularly interested in your answers to these questions:
- Have you used EIA’s energy financial data to measure upstream oil and gas costs?
- If so, what data have you used, and how have you used it?
- What data did you find useful? Not useful?
- What data should be collected that are not currently available?
- What data should not be collected?
- What statistics should EIA publish that have not been published in the past?
- What statistics should EIA continue to publish?
- Do you have any general comments about the data previously collected by EIA on upstream oil and gas costs?
Please feel free to forward this message to others who you think would be interested.
If you are interested in attending this meeting, or have any questions about this meeting, please contact Neal Davis, Industry Economist, directly either at Neal.Davis@eia.gov, or by phone at (202) 586-6581.
Posted: December 17, 2013