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US Petroleum Output Rocks Global Economic Calculus

Unleashing U.S. energy exports has the potential to upset longstanding geopolitical and economic arrangements across the world. __ US Poised to Shatter Production Records This Wasn’t Supposed to Happen According to the conventional wisdom of energy economists, US petroleum production … Continue reading

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Zeihan: The US Shale Patch Has Not Drilled a Dry Well in 3 Years!

No dry wells for the last 3 years and no low-productivity well for the last 2 years. The reason for this long string of good luck in the US shale oil patch — according to Austin-based geopolitical analyst Peter Zeihan … Continue reading

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North American Oil Boom Spectacular — Best is Yet to Come

The North American oil & gas boom has taken the world by surprise. As US oil production pushes ever upward toward the magic number of 10 million barrels per day (US peak production in November 1970), peak oil prognosticators and … Continue reading

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