Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Definition - What does Energy Information Administration (EIA) mean?

Energy Information Administration is an analytical and statistical agency under the U.S. Department. The agency aims at collecting, analyzing and disseminating impartial and independent energy for promoting efficient markets, policy making and public understanding of energy. The agency conducts data collection that covers the complete spectrum of all energy sources, energy flows and end uses. Energy Information Administration (EIA) was established by the Department of Energy Organization Act in 1977 for energy analyses and statistics.

Petropedia explains Energy Information Administration (EIA)

The Energy Information Administration provides complete information on energy production, demand, exports, imports and prices. It is the nation’s first source to provide energy information. The information is published in web products, reports, data browsers, press releases, maps and API’s. The information is published periodically, annually, monthly, weekly and daily as requested or needed. The data, forecasts and analysis of the Energy Information Administration are independent of getting approval from any officer or employee of the U.S. Government. An integrated view over several fuels and energy uses are presented by the EIA.

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