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Pic-of-the-Week: The Energy States are Flying High – Almost Like 1982? (11/24/2014)

The Energy States are Flying High – Almost Like 1982? The ongoing resurgence in the oil and gas industry is once again driving overall activity in the key energy-producing states. Our pic-of-the-week details the share of total state earnings derived from the oil and gas industry. Oklahoma currently leads the way with 12.7% of total state earnings derived from the sector. Remarkably, the massive state of Texas

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U.S. Marketed Natural Gas Production By Region

Pic-of-the-Week: Like Crude, U.S. Natural Gas Gains are Highly Concentrated (06/02/2014)

Natural Gas Production Gains Since 2005 are Highly Concentrated in Only a Few States – U.S. natural gas production has increased by nearly 50% since 2005, from about 18 trillion cubic feet to nearly 27 trillion cubic feet annually.
Domestic crude oil production is similarly up about 50% since 2009.

Texas remains the largest player, with production up 50% the 

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Pic-of-the-Week: U.S. Crude Gains Concentrated in Few States (05/27/2014)

The Ongoing Surge in U.S. Crude Production is Highly Concentrated in Only a Few States – U.S. crude production has surged by more than 50% since 2009, from about 1.8 billion barrels to 2.8 billion barrels annually.

The geography underlying the oil produced in the U.S. each year is now roughly 1 billion barrels from Texas; 700 million barrels combined from 

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