Tag Archives: transportation

Nonpetroleum share of transportation energy at highest level since 1954

May 18, 2015 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review Republished May 18, 2015, 9:30 a.m. to correct an error in the graph In the United States, petroleum is by far the most-consumed transportation fuel. But recently the share of fuels other than petroleum for U.S. transportation has increased to its highest level since […]

Nigerians want FG to partner South Korea on electricity, transportation

Seoul – Nigerian civil servants had urged the Federal Government to partner with South Korea on electricity and transportation to ensure effective and efficient power supply and transport system in the country. Some of the 30 Nigerian civil servants undergoing E-Government capacity development training in South Korea made the call in an interview  on Tuedasy […]

Light-duty vehicles’ share of transportation energy use is projected to fall

July 18, 2014 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2014 Transportation energy consumption, including energy demand from light-duty vehicles, heavy-duty vehicles, aircraft, marine vessels, rail, and other sources, reached 13.8 million barrels per day oil equivalent (boe/d) in 2012 (28% of all energy consumption in the United States), down from a peak of […]

Energy Talk – without Cellulosic Ethanol where will transportation fuel come from?


There are some ominous signs that we are beginning to reach a point where it is less economic to look for and develop new supplies of oil, as costs rise, return on investment becomes less certain, and alternate opportunities exist for the funds that promise a better return with a lower initial investment. The problem, […]

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