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Section 5. Oil and Gas Resource Development

Section 5. Oil and Gas Resource Development The June 2001 rotary rig count was 1,270, 3 percent higher than the count in May 2001 and 45 percent higher than the count in June 2000. Of the total number of rigs in operation, 1,107 were onshore and 163 were offshore. For June 2001, the number of […]

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Appendix B. Metric and other physical conversion factors

Appendix B. Metric and other physical conversion factors Data presented in the Monthly Energy Review and in other Energy Information Administration publications are expressed predominately in units that historically have been used in the United States, such as British thermal units, barrels, cubic feet, and short tons. However, because U.S. commerce involves other nations, most […]

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Section 2. Energy consumption by sector

Section 2. Energy consumption by sector U.S. total energy consumption in October 2004 was 8.0 quadrillion Btu, 2 percent higher than in October 2003. Residential sector total consumption was 1.4 quadrillion Btu in October 2004, 3 percent higher than the October 2003 level. The sector accounted for 18 percent of total energy consumption. Commercial sector […]

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Section 4. Natural gas

Section 4. Natural gas – production and consumption statistics Total dry natural gas production in the United States during December 2002 was forecast as 1.6 trillion cubic feet, 4 percent lower than production during December 2001. Consumption of natural and supplemental gas in December 2002 was forecast as 2.1 trillion cubic feet, 6 percent higher […]

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Section 5. Crude oil and natural gas resource development

Section 5. Crude oil and natural gas resource development The July 2003 rotary rig count was 1,081, 1 percent higher than the count in June 2003 and 27 percent higher than the count in July 2002. Of the total number of rigs in operation, 974 were onshore and 107 were offshore. For July 2003, the […]

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Section 1. Energy overview

Section 1. Energy overview Energy production during July 2002 totaled 6.0 quadrillion Btu, a 0.5-percent decrease compared with the level of production during July 2001. Production of coal decreased 4.1 percent; natural gas plant liquids decreased 2.7 percent; natural gas (dry) decreased 2.2 percent; nuclear electric power increased 1.5 percent; and crude oil increased 0.4 […]

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Section 1. Energy Overview

Section 1. Energy Overview – Statistical Data Included Energy production during March 2001 totaled 6.3 quadrillion Btu, a 0.5-percent increase compared with the level of production during March 2000. Production of natural gas plant liquids decreased 7.9 percent; nuclear electric power increased 4.6 percent; natural gas (dry) increased 2.5 percent; crude oil decreased 0.7 percent; […]

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Section 1. Energy overview

Section 1. Energy overview – trade, production and consumption statistics Energy production during December 2002 totaled 6.0 quadrillion Btu, a 0.6-percent decrease compared with the level of production during December 2001. Production of nuclear electric power decreased 8.7 percent; natural gas plant liquids decreased 6.9 percent; natural gas (dry) decreased 3.7 percent; coal increased 2.7 […]

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Appendix B. Metric and other physical conversion factors

Appendix B. Metric and other physical conversion factors Data presented in the Monthly Energy Review and in other Energy Information Administration publications are expressed predominately in units that historically have been used in the United States, such as British thermal units, barrels, cubic feet, and short tons. However, because U.S. commerce involves other nations, most […]

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Energy Education Resources – Energy Plug

Energy Education Resources – Energy Plug – Brief Article Energy Education Resources, just updated by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), offers students, educators, and parents a useful catalog of educational materials on energy and energy-related subjects from a wide variety of sources. This year’s expanded edition lists 163 entries, including nonprofit organizations, government agencies, professional […]