Answered By: Barbara Coffey
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2019     Views: 12

‚ÄčThere are a number of energy resources

Go to the Energy Information Administration from the U.S. Dept. of Energy

The EIA website also contains great data on power plants.

  • Within the Sources & Uses tab, select Electricity from that site.
  • Then, scroll over the Data tab to browse by topic.
  • Take a look at OECD iLibrary for IEA data which provides prices and more.

  • Click on the Statistics tab and look for IEA data under Databases.
  • You also can access IEA's annual World Energy Outlook publication. Search for world energy outlook
  • Go to Data-Planet to find data on prices, production, fuel commodities, and more.

  • Drill down through Browse by Subject - Energy Resources and Demand - Energy Information Administration (DOE).
  • Click any topics of interest to expand, then select one or more data sets.



Use Bloomberg,

  • Type NRG for the Bloomberg Energy Service.
  • For location and fuel type of power plants, type Ticker  <EQUITY> key, type NRGA.
  • To pinpoint energy facilities by type on a map, type BMAP and hit <GO>; then, to see those facilities in list form, click on the Energy tab underneath the map.
  • For OPEC prices and production, type OPEC and hit <GO>.
  • For crude oil, type CRUD and hit <GO>.
  • For Proved Oil Reserves, type WOR and hit <GO>.
  • For natural gas prices, type NGHB and hit <GO>.
  • For gasoline futures, type XBA then hit the CMDTY key, then type CT and hit <GO>.
  • For biofuels, type BIOF and hit <GO>.

Use DataStream,

Go to Data.

Go to EconStats.

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