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Introduction
Petroleum Consumption, Supply, and Imports
Table 3. Petroleum Consumption by Sector, 1950-2009
Table 4. U.S. Petroleum Production, 1950-2009
Petroleum and Transportation
Table 5. Transportation Use of Petroleum, 1950-2009
Petroleum Prices: Historical Trends
Figure 8. Nominal and Real Price of Gasoline, 1950-2010
Petroleum Prices: The 2004-2008 Bubble and Back Up Again
Figure 10. Crude Oil Futures Prices January 2000 to June 2011
Figure 12. U.S. Gasoline Consumption, January 2000-June 2011
Why Are Oil Prices So High?
Gasoline Taxes
Electricity
Figure 14. Changes in Generating Capacity, 1995-2009
Table 6. Electricity Generation by Region and Fuel, 2008
Other Conventional Energy Resources
Natural Gas
Table 7. Natural Gas Consumption by Sector, 1950-2009
Coal
Table 8. Coal Consumption by Sector, 1950-2008
Renewables
Conservation and Energy Efficiency
Vehicle Fuel Economy
Energy Consumption and GDP
Major Statistical Resources
Energy Information Administration (EIA)
Other Sources
Author Contact Information
Key Policy Staff
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