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U.S. Energy Production and Consumption, Adam Sieminski, Administrator, EIA

Friday, December 7, 2012

Adam Sieminski, Administrator of the U.S. Energy Information Administration(EIA), appeared on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" on December 7, 2012 and discussed the long-term outlook for U.S. energy production and consumption

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Presentation [PDF]

Biography: Adam Sieminski, Administrator of the U.S. Energy Information Administration

Slide 1
Slide 1:
Annual Energy Outlook 2013 projections to 2040 [PDF]
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Growth in energy production outstrips growth in consumption [PDF]
Slide 3
Slide 3:
Domestic production grows rapidly [PDF]
Slide 4
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U.S. energy use grows slowly [PDF]
Slide 5
Slide 5:
U.S. energy use is slowed by rising energy prices and new efficiency standards for vehicles [PDF]
Slide 6
Slide 6:
Energy-related CO2 emissions never get back to their 2005 level [PDF]
Slide 7
Slide 7:
There is uncertainty about future oil prices [PDF]
Slide 8
Slide 8:
U.S. dependence on imported liquid fuels declines [PDF]
Slide 9
Slide 9:
U.S. tight oil production leads growth in domestic production [PDF]
Slide 10
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Fuel economy of new cars and light trucks approaches 50 miles per gallon
[PDF]
Slide 11
Slide 11:
Transportation sector gasoline demand declines [PDF]
Slide 12
Slide 12:
The U.S. becomes a net exporter of natural gas around 2020 [PDF]
Slide 13
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Shale gas production leads growth in production [PDF]
Slide 14
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Growth in electricity use slows [PDF]
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The electricity mix gradually shifts to lower-carbon options [PDF]
Slide 16
Slide 16:
Wind, biomass, and solar lead growth in renewable electricity [PDF]
       

Source of Information:
U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Additional Information:
http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/aeo/er/

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | PIO@census.gov | Last Revised: February 25, 2014