Section 1. Energy Overview

May 2002
Monthly Energy Review;May2002, p1
Presents an overview of energy production and consumption in the U.S. in February 2002. Increase in the production of natural gas plant liquids; Fossil fuels included in energy imports; Renewable energy included in energy exports; Details on merchandise trade value.


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