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Leaders in Oil and Natural Gas Production Since 2005
Leaders in Oil and Natural Gas Production Since 2005

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Texas #crude oil production reached a 33-year high in November and was 36% of all US crude #oil: http://bit.ly/1ftOqoK
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Families in the bottom fifth of income earners spent nearly 33% more of their budget on #energy costs than average $2,500 a year or 12% of their annual budget. http://bit.ly/1b9a68n
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For the second time since January 2000, U.S.  crude oil imports fell below 7.0 million barrels per day during the week ending January 10. http://1.usa.gov/LQBLRL   #oilimports  
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The United States’ average daily oil production is on track to surge by 1 million barrels per day this year, the biggest one-year jump in the nation’s history.  

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The United States is also projected to become a net exporter of natural gas by 2018. http://1.usa.gov/1hiUobx
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With the U.S. economy relying less on oil and gas imports than at any time in two decades, energy expenses for Americans have fallen and cut into inflation more than any other living cost in the past year.

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US  #oil production surged last week to the highest level in over 25 years.  http://bit.ly/19wOqUY 
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#Oil and #natgas activity in the Oklahoma has nearly doubled over the past decade.

The state is as dependent on the oil and gas industry today as it was in 1982, with 13.5% of the state's total earnings deriving from the industry.

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#Energy companies are set to spend close to $1 trillion on #oil and #gas storage, processing and transportation upgrades over the next decade, investments that will support more than 900,000 jobs nationwide. 

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Domestic crude #oil production increased 1.0 million barrels per day—rising more than the combined increases in the rest of the world—to reach its highest level in 24 years.

This increase marked the largest observed annual increase in U.S. history: http://1.usa.gov/KCMRJs
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