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Monthly Energy Review

March 2020 PDF|previous editions
Release Date: March 26, 2020 Next Release Date: April 27, 2020

a publication of recent and historical energy statistics. this publication includes total energy production, consumption, stocks, and trade; energy prices; overviews of petroleum, natural gas, coal, electricity, nuclear energy, renewable energy, and carbon dioxide emissions; and data unit conversions values.

Each month, most MER tables and figures present data for a new month. These data are usually preliminary (and sometimes estimated or forecasted) and likely to be revised the following month. The first dissemination of most annual data is also preliminary. It is often based on monthly estimates and is likely to be revised later that year after final data are published from sources, according to source data revision policies and publication schedules. In addition, EIA may revise historical data when a major revision in a source publication is needed, when new data sources become available, or when estimation methodologies are improved. A record of current and historical changes to MER data is available on the What's New in the Monthly Energy Review—Content Changes webpage.

Data categories

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Energy overview

  • 1.11aNon-Combustion Use of Fossil Fuels in Physical Units
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  • 1.11bHeat Content of Non-Combustion Use of Fossil Fuels
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  • Section notes
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Energy consumption by sector

  • 2.7U.S. government energy consumption by agency, fiscal years
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  • 2.8U.S. government energy consumption by source, fiscal years
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  • Section notes
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Petroleum

  • 3.3Trade
  • 3.7Petroleum consumption by sector:
  • 3.8Heat content of petroleum consumption by sector:
  • Section notes
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Natural gas

  • Section notes
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Crude oil and natural gas resource development

  • Section notes
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Coal

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Electricity

  • 7.2Electricity net generation:
  • 7.3Consumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation:
  • 7.4Consumption of combustible fuels for electricity generation and useful thermal output:
  • Section notes
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  • Other notes:
  • Notes on estimated monthly data (1989-2000)
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  • Estimating power sector fuel use
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  • Allocating municipal solid waste to biogenic and nonbiogenic energy
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Nuclear energy

  • Section notes
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Energy prices

  • 9.2F.O.B. costs of crude oil imports from selected countries
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  • 9.3Landed costs of crude oil imports from selected countries
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  • 9.4Retail motor gasoline and on-highway diesel fuel prices
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  • Section notes
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Renewable energy

  • Notes:
  • Section notes
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  • Allocating municipal solid waste to biogenic and non-biogenic energy
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Environment

  • Carbon dioxide emissions from energy consumption:
  • Section notes
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Appendices (heat rates, conversion factors, and more)

  • Appendix A
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  • Approximate heat content of:
  • A1Petroleum and other liquids
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  • A6Approximate heat rates for electricity, and heat content of electricity
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  • Appendix A documentation
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  • Appendix B
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  • B1Metric conversion factors
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  • B2Metric prefixes
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  • B3Other physical conversion factors
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  • Appendix C
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  • C1Population, U.S. gross domestic product, and U.S. gross output
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  • Appendix D
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  • D1Estimated primary energy consumption in the United States, selected years, 1635-1945
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  • Appendix D section notes
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  • Appendix E
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  • E1aNoncombustible renewable primary energy consumption: conventional hydroelectric power, geothermal, and wind
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  • E1bNoncombustible renewable primary energy consumption: solar and total
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  • Appendix E documentation
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Glossary

  • Glossary
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  • Changes this month

    • Primary energy exports by source (Table 1.4b) was modified to move the column for total net imports to new Table 1.4c.
    • New Table Table 1.4c, Primary energy net imports by source, presents data on the net imports of coal, coal coke, natural gas, crude oil, petroleum products, total petroleum, biomass, electricity, and total energy.
    • Petroleum consumption by sector (Tables 3.7a, 3.7b, and 3.7c) and Heat content of petroleum consumption by sector (Tables 3.8a, 3.8b, and 3.8c) have revised sector allocations for distillate and residual fuel oil for 2018–2019. The revisions affect data in Energy consumption by sector and Environment.
    • Updated 2019 petroleum and natural gas heat contents for Approximate Heat Content tables (A2, A3, and A4) have been incorporated. Revisions affect data presented in British thermal units in Energy overview, Energy consumption by sector, Petroleum, Renewable energy, and Environment. The revised 2019 heat contents are used as estimated 2020 heat contents.
    • Noncombustible renewable primary energy consumption tables E1a and E1b include preliminary 2019 statistics for noncombustible renewable energy consumption using the captured energy and fossil fuel equivalency approaches.
    • Data updates
    • See list of previous changes
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