Energy Research Guide

Sources to conduct energy research

Prices and Statistics

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) current and historical statistics for domestic and international energy (Excel)

  • Sources & Uses tab - information for petroleum, natural gas, coal, electricity, nuclear and uranium, and renewable/alternative energy. 
  • Topics tab - analysis & projection, market & finance, environment, and energy disruptions.

International Energy Agency (IEA) is an international source for information on coal, oil, natural gas, and electricity.  

  • Choose energy topic, indicator and region for graphs

CME Group NYMEX trade information for oil, gas, coal and biofuels. 

  • Use the drop down under "View Another Product" to choose energy such as, Brent or Henry Hub.

BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2020  provides world energy statistics on reserves, production/consumption, and prices for oil, natural gas, and coal.  Consumption statistics available for nuclear and alternative/renewable energy.

AAA Daily Fuel Report  posts current and historical (up to one year ago) daily gas pump prices

Energy.gov  Energy datasets and developer tools from multiple government sites.  Examples of datasets include Annual Fuel Economy, Annual Green Vehicle Guide, Energy Star portfolio manager, prices and production.

EIA Today in Energy

Statistics and charts from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

Key World Energy Statistics

Key World Energy Statistics
Data and statistics

International Energy Agency (IEA)

2020

Energy.gov

Energy datasets and developer tools from multiple government sites can be found here.

Examples of datasets include: Annual Fuel Economy, Annual Green Vehicle Guide, Energy Star portfolio manager, prices and production.