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The price effects on crude global market remained unchanged, despite US Energy Information Administration releasing a report on Thursday that showed growth to US crude reserves, including reports by OPEC which expected an increase in consumer energy this year of 800 thousands pb a day.
Gasoline prices, on average, are up 80 cents from this time last year, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
91 a gallon [depending on what part of the country you're in], according to the most recent Energy Information Administration figures.
00 Hardcover HD9502 This volume reproduces the text of Annual Energy Outlook 2007, a report produced by the Energy Information Administration, the independent statistical agency within the US Department of Energy.
However, according to the Energy Information Administration, it's a solution that won't make up a substantial portion of our energy use until 20 years from now.
Though a relief after several rocky months, federal Energy Information Administration senior analyst Joanne Shore noted that crude still costs more than $10 a barrel more than it did a year ago.
Department of Energy EIA Energy Information Administration, U.
the Energy Information Administration reported that the national average retail price for gasoline set a record of $1.