U.S. Oil Production Is 23 Years Ahead of Schedule
The Kobe Chouest platform supply vessel sits anchored next to the Chevron Corp. Jack/St. Malo deepwater oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico in the aerial photograph taken off the coast of Louisiana, U.S. (Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg)

U.S. Oil Production Is 23 Years Ahead of Schedule

(Bloomberg) -- A year ago, the U.S. government saw American crude production averaging 11.95 million barrels a day in 2042. Shale drillers are set to exceed that this year.
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