Monthly Archives: May 2014

Investing in US Oil and Gas Production Helps Narrow Trade Deficit

Many economists expect the trade deficit will continue to narrow as exports, helped by the U.S. energy production boom, are growing faster then imports.  Our domestic energy boom has boosted exports while reducing America’s dependence on foreign oil.  U.S. petroleum … Continue reading

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Will Oil Production From Tight Sources Remain Profitable?

US oil production from shale has propelled US oil production to over 7.8 million barrels per day, which is 10% of the world’s crude production. Some fear that this is only possible because of higher crude prices. However, a new study indicates … Continue reading

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