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PeM is an interactive and mobile-friendly virtual museum that can be accessed globally by any smart device or Laptop with internet connectivity.

Features of petroleum eMuseum

History & Development of subject matters

Get quick access to historical information about your choice topic

Notable Timelines/Evolutions of Technology

Search for chronological arrangements and notable evolution of technology-related topics.

Inventors, Notable Names & Profiles

Check up profiles of note-worthy technological innovators

Professional Bodies & Certifications

Get information about bodies that practice science and technology-based professions. Find Institutions that offer credentials/certifications after study.
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Petroleum eMuseum

  1. An interactive and mobile-friendly virtual museum that can be accessed globally by any smart device or Laptop with internet connectivity.

  2. An online hosted web application with customized online resource gallery for comparative history and for research in key topics in Petroleum.

  3. Fully configurable layouts for dynamic digital exhibitions of Petroleum tools, inventions and technologies.

  4. Automated specific-search hyper-media database with Access to Videos, Slides and other Multimedia tools for learning.

  5. Multilingual Feature to serve our non-English Speaking Audience

  6. e-Souvenir and Quiz for e-museum visitors
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Notification of new EIA products as they are released.

  • Wholesale Electricity Market Data

    (Thu, 11 Jul 2024) This site contains spreadsheets with wholesale electricity and natural gas data from seven major trading hubs that cover most regions of the United States. The data are through July 9, 2024, republished, with permission, from the Intercontinental Exchange.

  • Short-Term Energy Outlook

    (Tue, 09 Jul 2024) <strong>Hurricane Beryl.</strong> We completed modeling and analysis for this report on July 3, and it does not include any potential effects from Hurricane Beryl. The hurricane hit the Texas Gulf Coast, a major hub for the U.S. energy industry, on July 8. EIA will […]

Today in Energy

Short, timely articles with graphics on energy facts, issues, and trends.

  • Global trade in liquefied natural gas continued to grow in 2023

    Liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade increased 3.1% globally in 2023 to average 52.9 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), an increase of 1.6 Bcf/d from 2022, according to a recently released report from the International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL). Expanded export and import […]

  • West Coast summer refinery margins decline despite reduced capacity

    This spring, California refinery crack spreads for gasoline and diesel dipped below average despite shrinking refinery capacity on the West Coast (PADD 5). Crack spreads are the difference between refined product prices and an equivalent volume of crude oil. We use them as a measure to estimate […]

  • Cancellations reduce expected U.S. capacity of offshore wind facilities

    The amount of offshore wind generating capacity that is under construction or planned in the United States is in flux after two projects in New Jersey were canceled last year. Of the 7,200 megawatts (MW) of capacity reported in May in EIA’s latest Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory, […]

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