Country Energy Reports



Economics, politics, infrastructure and the availability of natural resources are some of the many elements that shape a country’s energy market. Keeping track of a country’s energy price trends, regulatory updates, and carbon reporting requirements is a resource intensive endeavor. Consequently, NUS publishes monthly country-specific energy reports to keep businesses informed of energy market developments at the national level.



US Weekly Energy Report - 15 June 2017

Market Commentary The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced on Friday an order authorized Sabel Trail Transmission to place into service about 482 miles of mainline between an interconnect...

US Weekly Energy Report - 8 June 2017

Market Commentary The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported on Thursday a natural gas storage injection of 106 Bcf for the week ending June 2. After failing to add more than 82...

US Weekly Energy Report - 1 June 2017

Market Commentary President Donald Trump announced on Thursday that he will withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, citing negative impacts to the economy and energy independence. The...

US Weekly Energy Report - 18 May 2017

Market Commentary As part of the U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue - an effort between the two nations to address issues including agricultural trade, financial services, and energy -...

US Energy Market Report - 5 May 2017

Market Commentary The U.S. Senate on Wednesday unexpectedly rejected a bid to repeal a rule restricting methane emissions from drilling operations on public land. The 51-to-49 vote marked the...

US Weekly Energy Report - 4 May 2017

Market Commentary Crude oil futures tumbled more than $2.00 per barrel on Thursday and traded to the lowest levels in over six months, as member nations from the Organization of Petroleum...