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1. Semiconductor Shortage Hampers U.S. Auto Production
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Automakers are having to slash production due to a shortage of semiconductors. Semiconductors are silicon chips that perform control and… The post Semiconductor Shortage Hampers U.S. Auto Production ...
2. China and the Rare Earth Supply Chain Policy Brief
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Summary Rare earth elements are used in the production of high tech devices such as defense equipment (e.g. radar systems… The post China and the Rare Earth Supply Chain Policy Brief appeared first ...
3. The Energy Update – Week of January 18th, 2021
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
This week the team highlights recent articles focusing on American helium production and potential threats to the domestic industry, as… The post The Energy Update – Week of January 18th, ...
4. China’s New Export Control Law
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
China dominates the production and export of rare earth elements and other critical metals needed for renewable energy (solar and… The post China’s New Export Control Law appeared first on IER. ...
5. Chinese Solar Panel Production Issues Are Mounting
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
A shortage of glass is raising costs and delaying production of new solar panels in China, which manufactures over 70… The post Chinese Solar Panel Production Issues Are Mounting appeared first ...
6. China’s Auto Market After the Pandemic
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
New-vehicle sales across China dropped 42 percent in the first quarter of 2020 after the halt in production and distribution… The post China’s Auto Market After the Pandemic appeared first ...
7. China Dominates the Global Lithium Battery Market
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
After years of planning, China now dominates the world’s production of new generation batteries that are used in electric vehicles and most portable… The post China Dominates the Global Lithium ...
8. Wind Energy Subsidies vs. Oil and Gas Tax Deductions
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
The wind and solar industries have been lobbying Congress to extend the production tax credit and the investment tax credit… The post Wind Energy Subsidies vs. Oil and Gas Tax Deductions appeared ...
9. The Energy Update – Week of June 15, 2020
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
This week the team highlights new articles focusing on Joe Biden’s plans to ban energy production through America’s offshore resources,… The post The Energy Update – Week of June ...
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its May Short-Term Energy Outlook, forecasting that oil production in 2020 is expected to… The post EIA Lowers Oil Production Forecast for 2020 ...
11. U.S. Oil Producers Cut Production; Storage Close to Capacity
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
U.S. oil producers will have cut production by 1.7 million barrels per day by the end of June as a… The post U.S. Oil Producers Cut Production; Storage Close to Capacity appeared first on IER.
12. The Energy Update – Week of May 11 2020
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
This week the team highlights new articles focusing on Virginia’s new renewable energy legislation, energy production predictions from the IEA,… The post The Energy Update – Week of ...
U.S. energy production in 2019 was higher than U.S. energy consumption for the first time in 62 years.  Thus, the… The post The United States Was Energy Independent in 2019 for the First Time Since ...
At his debate with Bernie Sanders on March 15, 2020, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he would prevent oil… The post Impact of Biden’s Bans on Fracking and Oil Production on Federal ...
With the twin blows of the Saudi-Russian oil production increases and the worldwide coronavirus pandemic causing a historic drop in… The post China Capitalizes on the Ultra-Low Oil Prices Caused ...
16. Oil Production Forecasts Lowered due to Coronavirus Outbreak
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) revised its oil production forecasts in its April Short Term Energy Outlook due to the… The post Oil Production Forecasts Lowered due to Coronavirus Outbreak ...
17. Saudi-Russian Oil Price War
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
In early March, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and other big OPEC countries gathered in Vienna to plan production cuts that could… The post Saudi-Russian Oil Price War appeared first on IER.
18. U.S. Oil Production Breaks a New Record; Saudi Arabia Initiates Price Cuts
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. oil production broke another record in 2019, surpassing 12 million barrels per… The post U.S. Oil Production Breaks a New Record; Saudi ...
New Mexico is benefiting economically from the oil production boom in the state due to hydraulic fracturing. New Mexico’s oil… The post New Mexico’s Oil Production Is Soaring and Its Natural Gas ...
In fiscal year 2019, oil production from U.S.-managed lands and waters topped a record 1 billion barrels due to technological… The post Oil Production from U.S.-Managed Lands and Waters Tops a Record ...
21. Texas is the United States’ Number One Natural Gas Producer
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Texas’ energy efficiency in oil production is well known, but it is also a major natural gas player, outproducing Pennsylvania… The post Texas is the United States’ Number One Natural Gas Producer ...
22. #41: Kenny Stein on the Transparency in Energy Production Act
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Kenny Stein, IER’s Policy Director, provided testimony before the Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives… The post #41: Kenny Stein on the Transparency ...
23. Production on Federal Lands Boosts Jobs and Revenues in Several Key States
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Oil and gas production on public lands has increased significantly since President Trump took office. President Trump has opened up millions… The post Production on Federal Lands Boosts Jobs and ...
24. Trump Administration Scores Big on Energy from Public Lands
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Democratic candidates for president in 2020 are proposing to ban oil and gas production on federal lands in contrast to… The post Trump Administration Scores Big on Energy from Public Lands appeared ...
25. Oil Rig Count Down; Oil Production Up
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. oil production for the first nine months of 2019 averaged over 12… The post Oil Rig Count Down; Oil Production Up appeared first on ...
California has some of the most aggressive mandates for renewable energy production in the country. The state has a 100… The post California’s Aggressive Renewable Mandates Are Not Having the Desired ...
27. More Global Oil Production Is Expected to Lower World Oil Prices
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
Four countries are estimated to increase their combined oil production by almost one million barrels per day each in 2020… The post More Global Oil Production Is Expected to Lower World Oil Prices ...
28. U.S. Oil Production Booming
(Feed Articles / Institute for Energy Research)
U.S. crude oil production has increased by 3.3 million barrels per day since the end of 2016, an increase of… The post U.S. Oil Production Booming appeared first on IER.
29. Wind Energy Is Behind A Historic Shift in US Electricity Production
(Feed Articles / NewsVine - Alternative Energy Feed)
Wind generation has grown by more than 11 million megawatt-hours (MWh) in just a year in the huge ERCOT market of Texas.
30. Is This The Beginning Of The End For U.S. Nuclear Power?
(Feed Articles / NewsVine - Alternative Energy Feed)
Energy companies are shutting down their nuclear power plants and resorting to other forms of production. This is primarily due to the lack of funding and cheaper alternatives such as oil. With shale production ...
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