U.S. Energy Information Administration

Crude oil production from seven major U.S. shale fields is forecast to rise by 134,000 barrels a day in January, and the seven fields are tabbed to produce 8.17 million barrels a day next month.
U.S. natural gas in storage dropped by 77 billion cubic feet last week, close to the low end of the expected range. Prices have been dropping, and are down about 20 cents week over week for 1 million...
The International Energy Agency on Thursday released its monthly oil market report for December. The agency expects demand to rise both this year and next. Record-level U.S. production could keep...
The U.S. commercial crude oil inventory dropped by more than 1 million barrels last week, a far smaller drop than reported Tuesday night by the American Petroleum Institute. The price of crude...
U.S. crude oil production continued to rise in November and the U.S. Energy Information Administration is forecasting prices will drop by around 15% on average next year.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile declined by more than 60 billion cubic feet last week, about in the middle of analysts' forecast range. Prices continued their upward climb on expectations of colder...
The U.S. crude oil stockpile dropped by more than 7 million barrels last week largely due to a big jump in crude oil exports.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile drawdown last week was smaller than expected and that has added more weight on already-falling futures prices. Gas for January delivery is trading about 20 cents below...
The U.S. crude oil inventory posted it 10th consecutive weekly rise last week and prices, which had drifted lower Wednesday morning, first dipped lower then steadied.
The stockpile of U.S. natural gas tumbled by 134 billion cubic feet last week, a much larger withdrawal than was expected. Natural gas prices have jumped in response.
The U.S. commercial crude oil inventory rose more than expected last week. Stockpiles of gasoline and diesel fuel dropped, and U.S. crude oil production remained at all-time highs.
The U.S. crude oil stockpile soared by more than 10 million barrels last week according to the latest official report. Inventories have now risen for eight consecutive weeks.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose a bit more than expected last week and prices for the fuel have dropped by some 14% since yesterday's high.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose sharply last week and is helping chip away at the big boost to natural gas prices that we saw earlier this week.
The U.S. commercial crude oil inventory rose by nearly 6 million barrels last week while gasoline inventories rose by nearly 2 million barrels. Falling prices will get no boost from this report.