These links provide access to freely available sources of U.S. and International energy data, future projections, and basic energy concepts and issues:

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U.S. Energy Data

Annual Energy Review - US Energy Information Administration
Renewable Energy Data Book - US Department of Energy
Transportation Energy Data Book - US Department of Energy

International Energy Data

International Energy Statistics - US Energy Information Administration
International Energy Statistics – International Energy Agency
Statistical Review of World Energy - BP

Future Energy Projections

Annual Energy Outlook (US-focused) - US Energy Information Administration
Short-Term Energy Outlook (US-focused) - US Energy Information Administration
International Energy Outlook - US Energy Information Administration
World Energy Outlook – International Energy Agency (available for free using your Duke Netid through OECD iLibrary)
The Outlook for Energy: A View to 2040 - ExxonMobil
BP Energy Outlook 2035 - BP
Shell Scenarios – Shell

Energy Basics

Energy Explained - US Energy Information Administration
Energy Literacy - US Department of Energy
What You Need to Know About Energy - National Academy of Sciences

Energy MOOC's (Massive Open Online Courses)

Oil and Gas Industry Operations and Markets - Coursera​
 

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Duke University Energy Initiative
Box 90467
Durham, NC 27708

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