Natural gas is crushing wind and solar power — Why isn’t anyone talking about it? | Fox Business

Natural gas is crushing wind and solar power — Why isn’t anyone talking about it? | Fox Business The U.S. Energy Information Administration just announced some spectacular news that should be banner headlines across the country: The price of natural gas has fallen to its lowest February level in 20 years. The data shows that […]

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North America To Lead New Non-OPEC Oil Supply  | Rigzone

By 2040, even OPEC, which has long underestimated North American shale, has U.S. crude output going above 17 million b/d. — Read on http://www.rigzone.com/news/north_america_to_lead_new_nonopec_oil_supply-04-feb-2020-160976-article/

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U.S. Federal Gulf of Mexico crude oil production to continue to set records through 2020 – Today in Energy – U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

U.S. Federal Gulf of Mexico crude oil production to continue to set records through 2020 – Today in Energy – U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) — Read on http://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php

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Alaska Snow Cover Is Thinning and May Cause Problems for Drilling – Bloomberg

Snow depths on Alaska’s North Slope have thinned this year, the University of Alaska Fairbanks said in a study, creating a possible obstacle for exploration in part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge thought to harbor more than 7 billion barrels of oil. — Read on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-07/alaska-snow-cover-thinning-may-pose-hurdle-for-refuge-drilling

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Trump touts environmental policies, but says nothing of climate change | TheHill

President Trump touted his environmental successes in a speech from the White House on Monday that focused heavily on his steering of the economy and help for the nation’s energy sector, and that didn’t include the phrase “climate change” once. Flanked by Cabinet heads from the Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Interior Department, […]

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U.S. Oil, Gas Output Surges the Most Ever for a Single Country – Bloomberg

U.S. natural gas and crude oil production increased last year at the fastest pace ever for a single country. — Read on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-11/u-s-oil-gas-output-surges-the-most-ever-for-a-single-country

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Latest Permian Basin Oil Supply Surge to Feed Global Markets – Bloomberg

•U.S. refiners may not have much room to take more lighter oil Exports of the Permian Basin’s newest kind of oil are set to jump as production surges, exceeding the appetite of U.S. refiners. Sales of the new grade, known as West Texas Light, began in September, as explorers sought to separate out increasingly lighter […]

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Why Chevron Bought Anadarko

Here’s why Chevron agreed to acquire Anadarko in a deal valued at $50 billion. — Read on http://www.forbes.com/sites/rrapier/2019/04/14/why-chevron-bought-anadarko/

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The Permian Basin Is Now the Highest Producing Oilfield in the World

The Permian Basin Is Now the Highest Producing Oilfield in the World — Read on http://www.energyindepth.org/the-permian-basin-is-now-the-highest-producing-oilfield-in-the-world/

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Oil drifts lower in choppy trade after unexpected jump in U.S. crude inventories – MarketWatch

Oil futures saw choppy trade Wednesday after data showed a larger-than-expected jump in U.S. crude inventories. The Energy Information Administration said crude inventories rose 7.2 million barrels to 449.5 million barrels in the week ended March 29, leaving them at the five-year average. Analysts surveyed by S&P Global Platts had produced a consensus forecast for […]

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