This Week at EIA - 09/16/2010
THIS WEEK AT EIA - Volume 12, Issue 16 (09/09/2010 - 09/16/2010) This email list provides a summary and links for every U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) product released this week. You can sign up for many of these separately and receive instant notification of when the product was released at: http://www.eia.doe.gov/listserv_signup.html?src=email
REGULARLY SCHEDULED WEEKLY RELEASES: Weekly Retail Gasoline Prices (9/13/2010)
Presents average retail gasoline prices at the national and regional levels, and for selected cities and States, based on an EIA survey conducted each Monday of approximately 900 retail outlets.
Weekly Highway Diesel Prices (9/13/2010)
Contains a 53-week history of weekly retail on-highway diesel fuel prices for the U.S., 8 regions, and the State of California.
The Coal News and Markets Report for week ended 9/10/2010 (9/13/2010)
Contains information for the week and spot prices:
This Week in Petroleum (9/15/2010)
Provides analysis, data, and charts of the latest weekly petroleum supply and price data.
Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Data for Week Ending 9/10/2010 (9/15/2010)
Contains timely information on supply and selected prices of crude oil and principal petroleum products in the context of historical data and forecasts.
Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report (9/16/2010)
Contains weekly estimates of natural gas in underground storage for the United States and three regions of the United States.
Natural Gas Weekly Update (9/16/2010)
Contains weekly updates of natural gas market prices, latest storage level estimates, recent lower 48 NOAA weather data, and other market activity or events.
Coal Production for Week Ended 9/11/2010 (9/16/2010)
Contains an overview of U.S. weekly coal production.
OTHER RELEASES THIS WEEK: United Kingdom Country Analysis Brief (09/15/2010)
The United Kingdom (UK) is the largest producer of oil and second-largest producer of natural gas in the European Union (EU). However, after years of being a net exporter of both fuels, by 2005 the UK became a net importer. For the latest information on the energy situation in the U.K. please see our updated Country Analysis Brief. Contact: email@example.com (202) 586-8800
State Nuclear Profiles (09/15/2010)
The newly-formatted State Nuclear Profiles contains 2008 final data on nuclear generation and capacity, significant facts about the local nuclear industry, nuclear plant construction costs, dates of commercial reactor operation and license expiration, and type of cooling system. Tables also compare nuclear and other output and capacity.
Electric Power Monthly (09/15/2010)
The latest EPM issue (September 2010) is now available on EIA's Electricity page. Data are for June 2010, during which net generation in the United States rose by 8.0 percent. Consumption of coal for power generation also rose 10.4 percent compared to June 2009. The average retail price of electricity for June 2010 was 10.19 cents per kilowatthour (kWh), 4.0 percent higher than May 2010 when the average retail price of electricity was 9.80 cents per kWh, and 0.2 percent lower than June 2009, when the price was 10.21 cents per kWh. Historical copies of the EPM tables in Excel format are located at: http://www.eia.gov/cneaf/electricity/epm/epm_ex_bkis.html
International Petroleum Monthly - August 2010 (09/11/2010)
The International Petroleum Monthly (IPM) is the Energy Information Administration's primary report of recent international petroleum (oil) statistics. This report includes world petroleum production statistics through June 2010. The IPM also includes statistics for petroleum demand, stocks, and imports for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries through May 2010.
Wholesale Market Data (09/10/2010)
This site contains spreadsheets with wholesale electricity price data from ICE (IntercontinentalExchange) through September 3, 2010 (latest web site update: September 10, 2010). The files contain peak prices, volumes, and the number of transactions at six electricity trading hubs covering most regions of the United States.
Renewable Energy Annual 2008 (09/09/2010)
The report has information on trends in renewable energy consumption and electricity, solar manufacturing activities, geothermal heat pump manufacturing activities, and green pricing and net metering programs.
Green Pricing and Net Metering 2008 (09/09/2010)
Information in this report indicates these programs experienced rapid growth. In 2008 there were 982,995 green pricing customers and 70,009 net metering customers.
Renewable Energy Trends in Consumption and Electricity 2008 (09/09/2010)
The report shows that U.S. renewable energy consumption grew 10 percent to 7.367 quadrillion Btu between 2007 and 2008 and now holds well over 7 percent of the U.S. energy market.
Renewable Energy Consumption and Electricity Preliminary Statistics 2009 (09/09/2010)
The report shows that renewable energys market share reached 8 percent of total U.S. energy consumption, as total consumption decreased nearly 5 percent while renewable energy consumption rose 5 percent in 2009.
Financial News for Major Energy Companies, Second Quarter 2010 (09/09/2010)
Nineteen U.S. majors collectively reported $19.8 billion of net income in the second quarter of 2010, which was 137-percent more than the $8.4 billion these companies reported for the second quarter of 2009 (but 21 percent less than their $24.9 billion second-quarter average over the 2005-2009 period, after adjusting for inflation). The leading operations, in terms of net income, for the U.S. majors during the second quarter of 2010 were foreign oil and natural gas production, U.S. oil and natural gas production, and U.S. refining/marketing, which generated contributions to net income of $9.6 billion, $5.2 billion, and $3.6 billion, respectively. All of the lines of business of the U.S. majors tracked by the News recorded higher earnings in the second quarter of 2010 than during the second quarter of 2009.
ENERGY CONFERENCES-NORTH AMERICA and REST OF WORLD
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Posted: September 16, 2010
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