- U.S. Energy Demand Continues Upswing. // Futurist;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p11
Presents information on the key findings of the "Annual Energy Outlook" report from the U.S. Department of Energy which forecasts energy supply, demand and prices through 2025. Dependence on imported oil; Projected increase in the demand for transportation fuels; Expected increase of domestic...
- Crude price forecast up due to Alaska pipeline shutdown. // LP/Gas;Sep2006, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p36
The article reports that the Department of Energy has predicted the increase of price per barrel of crude oil which is higher than what it had forecasted in July 2006 in the U.S. The agency states that there will be a raise of $3 for each barrel. The changes is credited to the BP PLC's shutdown...
- Oil's Price Always Comes Down. McELROY, JOHN // Ward's Auto World;Jul2011, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p14
The author expresses his views on the status of the oil industry in the U.S. in July 2011. He talks about the Peak Oil theory that was introduced in 2006, postulating that global oil production will improve. He mentions the prediction made by the U.S. Department of Energy that the country's oil...
- Quarterly Oil Products Price Outlook. // Russia Autos Report;Q4 2008, p27
The article provides an overview of the quarterly prices of petroleum products as of the fourth quarter of 2008. The author stated that gasoil prices are set to be robust over the near term. However, the price of domestic crude can average to US$127 (bbl) in 2008 as indicated by the U.S....
- US RAISES OIL AND GASOLINE PRICE FORECASTS. // Chemical Market Reporter;4/17/2006, Vol. 269 Issue 15, p8
The article focuses on the oil and gasoline price forecasts of the U.S. Department of Energy. The agency raised its oil price forecasts to 65 dollars per barrel on average for 2006 and gasoline prices will increase to an average 2.62 dollars per gallon. It has been said that for summer 2006,...
- NPC recommends new focus for DOE, RD&D. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Nov95, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p8
Discusses the recommendations of the National Petroleum Council for the US Department of Energy. Sponsorship of research on technology; Analysis of current and proposed expenditures; Offer of continuity for logical completions of all short-term projects; Prioritization of research and...
- NPTO releases more software. Schmidt, Victor // Offshore;Feb99, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p26
Focuses on the software released by the National Petroleum Technology Office (NPTO), a subuunit of the United States Department of Energy. Information on the downloading of the software.
- US coal production will continue to rise. // Coal International;Mar98, Vol. 246 Issue 2, p45
Reports on the predicted coal production increase by the US Department of Energy. Possibility that the West will become the largest supplier of coal.
- Steady increase seen in gas demand and prices over the short term. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Jul93, Vol. 220 Issue 7, p1
Reports on the Energy Information Administration's (EIA) short-term energy outlook for the United States for 1993 and 1994. Natural gas demand; Fewer gas wells being drilled; Increase in demand; Erosion of production surplus; Importation; Wellhead prices; Average price.