Tag Archives: United States of America

The U.S. Shale Boom is Officially over

The days of explosive growth in U.S. shale oil production are over. American oil production is rising, but at a much slower pace than it did before the 2020 crash, and at lower rates than expected a few months ago. The new priorities of the shale patch – capital discipline …

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API Reports another Larger-Than-Expected Crude Draw

Crude oil inventories sagged by another 4.8 million barrels, American Petroleum Institute (API) data showed on Tuesday, after dropping 5.8 million barrels in the week prior. Analysts anticipated a smaller 2.2 million barrel draw. U.S. crude inventories may have grown by roughly 21 million barrels so far this year, according …

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WoodMac: U.S. to Triple LNG Exports by 2033

Surging global demand for liquefied natural gas is set to nearly triple U.S. LNG exports over the next decade, as LNG buyers seek diversification and reliable, low-cost supply, energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie said in a new report this week. LNG exports are already outpacing U.S. exports to Mexico—compared to lower-than-Mexico …

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