This article explains the sub-layers under the Energy layer in the Data > Public info tool. Topics covered in this article are:
These are average residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation, and total average electricity prices, by state, for the year 2012 (released Dec 2013). The source is the US Energy Information Administration Electric Power Annual 2012, Table 2.10.
Based on United States Energy Information Administration data. Click here for the US EIA Electric Power Annual 2012.
This emissions data is from the Environmental Protection Agency’s eGRID (Emissions & Generated Resource Integrated Database). The data are for the year 2010 (released Feb 2014) found in the US EPA eGRID 9th edition Version 1.0 Year 2010.
Based on United States Environmental Protection Agency data. Click here for more information at the US EPA website.
County-level data from oil and/or natural gas producing States—for onshore production in the lower 48 States only—are compiled on a State-by-State basis. Most States have production statistics available by county, field, or well, and these data were compiled at the county level to create a database of county-level production, annually for 2000 through 2011. Raw data for natural gas is for gross withdrawals, and oil data almost always include natural gas liquids. Note that State-provided natural gas withdrawals were not available for Illinois or Indiana; those estimates were produced using geocoded wells and State total production reported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Information Agency.
Based on United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service data. Click here for more information at the USDA ERS website.