Thank you for following along with me through my journey exploring the energies markets and the EIA. If you haven’t read my previous articles, you can use the links below.
Over the past few weeks, we took a look at exactly what the EIA provides for the energy market and dove into a few of the specific reports that are conducted by the EIA. We learned that the EIA (The United States Energy Information Administration) is responsible for collecting data on energy around the world and organizing it so it can be distributed and understood by those interested in the market. We looked in depth at the weekly reports the EIA produces and found out exactly how they look at working gas and how they organize that data into a report that can be read and understood. In addition, the Weekly Petroleum Status Report gave us a detailed presentation of energy prices on a week to week basis and even compared them to past prices. We briefly explored some of the additional longer term reports the EIA puts out, such as the STEO and the Annual Energy Outlook, and how they interpret the energy data to convert it into future price estimates.
Understanding these reports that the EIA makes available is essential if you’re going to understand the energy market and know how to get a feel for future prices. Traders and producers alike read through these reports and plan their future actions accordingly, and if you’re aspiring to be a successful energy trader you’ll learn to utilize everything the EIA has to offer as well.
- Exploring Energies and the EIA: Introducing Jake Swart
- Exploring Energies and the EIA: What is the EIA?
- Exploring Energies and the EIA: Weekly Reports
- Exploring Energies and the EIA: Seasonality
- Exploring Energies and the EIA: STEO
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