Below you will find a selection of links relating to fuel price and supply. The Department welcomes suggestions for other links of a similar nature which will be posted at the Department's sole discretion.
This web site is a rich resource for news, historical and current data, and analysis on all energy sources and uses. This can be the first place to check for energy information. The Annual Energy Report webpage is a good resource for historical data.
Iso New England offers real time maps and historical data and reports.
The DOL maintains a wide range of data sets on employment, prices and living conditions (including the Consumer Price Index), compensation and working conditions, and productivity and technology.
Long Term World Oil Supply is one of many analyses offered by the EIA.
The USGS World Petroleum Assessment (2000) offers a sophisticated and detailed statistical analysis.
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Commodity Market Information
This webpage features frequently updated futures prices of crude oil, heating oil, and natural gas as well as other commodities. They also offer energy news briefs.
This webpage starts off with energy futures and provides information on a variety of commodity exchanges.
IEA offers energy statistics, data, and news.