U.S. Energy Production at Highest Level in 25 Years

by Marilou Moursund on January 16, 2014

in Energy,Geopolitical

From this linked article from the American Enterprise Institute: The Department of Energy reported today that US oil production during the week ending January 10 averaged 8.16 million barrels per day (bpd), the highest average output of crude oil in the

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US in any single week since late July 1989, more than 25 years ago (see chart above). Compared to a year ago, US oil production during the second week of January increased by more than one million bpd and by almost 16%.  

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