Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Aug 03, 2016 Views: 38
Start with our Energy Industry Research Guide.
Go to the Energy Information Administration from the U.S. Dept. of Energy
The EIA website also contains great data on power plants.
Select Electricity from that site, then scroll down and click on Electricity Databases, then click More.
Take a look at OECD iLibrary for IEA data which provides prices and more. Click on the Statistics tab and look for IEA data under Databases. You also can access IEA's annual World Energy Outlook publication. Search for world energy outlook
Use Bloomberg, available in Lippincott Library and in Huntsman Hall.
Type NRG for the Bloomberg Energy Service.
For location and fuel type of power plants, type the company's ticker symbol, hit the EQUITY key, type NRGA
To pinpoint energy facilities by type on a map, type BMAP and hit GO; then, to see those facilities in list form, click on the Energy tab underneath the map.
For OPEC prices and production, type OPEC and hit GO
For crude oil, type CRUD and hit GO
For Proved Oil Reserves, type WOR and hit GO
For natural gas prices, type NGHB and hit GO
For gasoline futures, type XBA then hit the CMDTY key, then type CT and hit GO
For biofuels, type BIOF and hit GO
Use DataStream, a database available in Lippincott Library.
Go to WorldOil.com Statistics and Tables
Go to EconStats
Use the Oil & Gas Journal Data Book available in the Lippincott Library Reference Stacks at call number HD9560.1 O34
Go to the Oil and Gas Journal