In the past few years the primary production of natural gas, crude oil, natural gas liquids, wind energy, biomass and other renewables are rising.More at Energy Information Administration.
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In the video below, Dr. Steve Koonin, U.S. Undersecretary of Energy discusses the reasons why the pace of making energy change can be very slow.
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An article on the Bloomberg.com website explores how the United States is starting to approach energy self-sufficiency with rising oil output, developing shale gas fields and growth in renewable sources.More at Bloomberg.com.
The ExxonMobile 2012 Outlook for Energy has a chart that compares current demand for energy sources with the forecast demand in 2040. Demand for all sources of energy increases. Although wind and solar demand grows rapidly, in 2040 their total use is…More at ExxonMobile.
The Energy Information Administration has an article that explores the sources of primary energy in the United States. Primary energy includes petroleum, natural gas, coal, nuclear fuel, and renewable energy.More at Energy Information Administration.
Data from the Energy Information Administration show that net imports of energy into the United States has fallen sharply in the past year. Some of this decline can be attributed to new sources of unconventional oil and gas along with renewable energy…More at Energy Information Administration.