The Evolution Of Energy In The U.S.

| August 29, 2015

Who’s the odd man out here? An Educated guess might surmise it’s coal!   Source: Visual Capitalist The early settlers to North America relied on organic materials on the surface of land for the vast majority of their energy needs. Wood, brush, and other biomass fuels were burned to warm homes, and eventually to power […]

New Technologies Set To Make U.S. The Worlds Largest Oil Producer By 2017

| November 13, 2012

This will change everything folks…….Growing supplies of crude oil extracted through new technologies including hydraulic fracturing of underground rock formations will transform the U.S. into the worlds largest producer of oil starting as early as 2017, the Paris-based adviser to 28 nations said in its annual World Energy Outlook. The U.S. met 83 percent of its energy needs […]

Energy: Gasoline Refineries, Not An Oil Shortage Is The Problem

| April 10, 2012

Oil refineries are closing all accross the United States with nearly half the refining capacity on the U.S. east coast set to disappear …so of course it’s no wonder gasoline prices are pushing all time record prices. Chart Courtesy Inteldaily.com (Added by EconMatters) We now have half the refining capacity on the U.S. east coast set to […]

U.S. Oil And Gas Production Is Rising

| March 12, 2012

We’re on the right track….but have a long way to go. U.S. crude oil production came in at 5.6 million barrels a day for 2011 vs. 5.48 million barrels a day in 2010. It’s the highest U.S. oil production since 2003. And… The U.S. has been the world’s largest producer of natural gas since 2009, the report says. […]

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