US OIL INDUSTRY’s Outlook for 2018

This story from reuters.com features the truth about the U.S. oil output record .

The economic and political impacts of soaring U.S. output are breathtaking:

  • Cutting the nation’s oil imports by a fifth over a decade
  • Providing high-paying jobs in rural communities
  • Lowering consumer prices for domestic gasoline by 37% percent from a 2008 peak.

Read the article:

HOUSTON (Reuters) – Surging shale production is poised to push U.S. oil output to more than 10 million barrels per day – toppling a record set in 1970 and crossing a threshold few could have imagined even a decade ago. And this new record, expected within days, likely won’t last long. The U.S. government forecasts that the nation’s production will climb to 11 million barrels a day by late 2019, a level that would rival Russia, the world’s top producer. The economic and political impacts of soaring U.S. output are breathtaking, cutting the nation’s oil imports by a fifth over a decade, providing high-paying jobs in rural communities and lowering consumer prices for domestic gasoline by 37 percent from a 2008 peak. Fears of dire energy shortages that gripped the country in the 1970s have been replaced by a presidential policy of global “energy dominance.” “It has had incredibly positive impacts for the U.S. economy, for the workforce and even our reduced carbon footprint” as shale natural gas has displaced coal at power plants, said John England, head of consultancy Deloitte’s U.S. energy and resources practice. U.S. energy exports now compete with Middle East oil for buyers in Asia. US oil industry set to break record, upend global trade

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