Guest “Frac On!” by David Middleton
JANUARY 21, 2022
EIA expects U.S. fossil gas manufacturing to achieve new highs in 2023
After declining in 2020, the mixed manufacturing of U.S. fossil fuels (together with pure gasoline, crude oil, and coal) elevated by 2% in 2021 to 77.14 quadrillion British thermal items. Based on forecasts in our newest Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), we count on U.S. fossil gas manufacturing to proceed rising in each 2022 and 2023, surpassing manufacturing in 2019, to achieve a brand new file in 2023.
Of the overall U.S. fossil gas manufacturing in 2021, dry pure gasoline accounted for 46%, the most important share. Crude oil accounted for 30%, coal for 15%, and pure gasoline plant liquids (NGPLs) for 9%. We count on these shares to stay comparable by 2023.
Principal contributor: Ornella Kaze
Tags: manufacturing/provide, coal, pure gasoline, STEO (Short-Term Energy Outlook), liquid fuels, crude oil, oil/petroleum
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