EIA Launches New Short-Term Energy Outlook Data Browser
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) launched an improved interactive, online Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO) Data Browser that provides enhanced capabilities for analysis and visualization of the historical and forecasted data in EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook.
The STEO Data Browser works with all types of mobile devices and tablets to provide easy access to STEO data and forecasts covering everything from U.S. energy production, consumption, inventories, imports, exports and prices to international petroleum supply and demand.
STEO Data Browser users can:
- Select individual data series that can easily be displayed as graphs to assist in analytical interpretation of the data, or use EIA’s preselected data tables.
- Save in Excel the source data used to create the graphic for their own analysis, or save the graphic directly to their computers.
- Graph and compare multiple data series using up to four different units of measure on the same graph.
Launched on EIA’s beta site to solicit customer feedback and incorporate this feedback into the final release, the new tool represents EIA’s latest step in making energy data more accessible, understandable, relevant and responsive to users’ needs.
The STEO Data Browser can be found at: http://www.eia.gov/beta/steo/.