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Energy Today June 12 2013

Mary Leshper

Mary Schaper
Posted June 12, 2013

Fuel Fix BlogU.S. Led World in Oil Growth in 2012

According to a new BP report, U.S. oil production growth,  the largest in the country’s history, helped keep global crude prices from rising sharply. Shale development had the biggest impact on this increase in oil production.

Washington TimesU.S. Gains Global Competition as Shale Revolution Heats Up

While the U.S.  has been “the dominant player in the shale revolution until now,” the newspaper cites new estimates showing that Russia and China have potential to rise in the global market by exploiting their own shale resources.

Forbes International Investment Could Be Coming to Oil and Natural Gas Midstream Sector

Thanks to the surge in U.S. shale production, investments from international companies could be making its way to American industries, writes Mark Druskoff – a “win-win for everyone.”

Bloomberg Natural Gas Production to Increase in 2013

U.S. natural gas production will top 70 billion cubic feet (bcf) per day, according to an EIA report. Production in the lower 48 states will average 64.96 bcf  a day, up from last month’s estimate of 64.77 bcf/day.

Exxon Mobil PerspectivesInvesting in the American Workforce of the Future

Ken P. Cohen highlights a grant from the company for a technology job-training program in Houston. The program will help train workers for the rapidly expanding petrochemical industry, which has gotten a boost from increased natural gas development.

- See more at: http://energytomorrow.org/blog/energy-today-june-12-2013/#/type/all

Fuel Fix BlogU.S. Led World in Oil Growth in 2012

According to a new BP report, U.S. oil production growth,  the largest in the country’s history, helped keep global crude prices from rising sharply. Shale development had the biggest impact on this increase in oil production.

Washington TimesU.S. Gains Global Competition as Shale Revolution Heats Up

While the U.S.  has been “the dominant player in the shale revolution until now,” the newspaper cites new estimates showing that Russia and China have potential to rise in the global market by exploiting their own shale resources.

Forbes International Investment Could Be Coming to Oil and Natural Gas Midstream Sector

Thanks to the surge in U.S. shale production, investments from international companies could be making its way to American industries, writes Mark Druskoff – a “win-win for everyone.”

Bloomberg Natural Gas Production to Increase in 2013

U.S. natural gas production will top 70 billion cubic feet (bcf) per day, according to an EIA report. Production in the lower 48 states will average 64.96 bcf  a day, up from last month’s estimate of 64.77 bcf/day.

Exxon Mobil PerspectivesInvesting in the American Workforce of the Future

Ken P. Cohen highlights a grant from the company for a technology job-training program in Houston. The program will help train workers for the rapidly expanding petrochemical industry, which has gotten a boost from increased natural gas development.

- See more at: http://energytomorrow.org/blog/energy-today-june-12-2013/#/type/all

Fuel Fix BlogU.S. Led World in Oil Growth in 2012

According to a new BP report, U.S. oil production growth,  the largest in the country’s history, helped keep global crude prices from rising sharply. Shale development had the biggest impact on this increase in oil production.

Washington TimesU.S. Gains Global Competition as Shale Revolution Heats Up

While the U.S.  has been “the dominant player in the shale revolution until now,” the newspaper cites new estimates showing that Russia and China have potential to rise in the global market by exploiting their own shale resources.

Forbes International Investment Could Be Coming to Oil and Natural Gas Midstream Sector

Thanks to the surge in U.S. shale production, investments from international companies could be making its way to American industries, writes Mark Druskoff – a “win-win for everyone.”

Bloomberg Natural Gas Production to Increase in 2013

U.S. natural gas production will top 70 billion cubic feet (bcf) per day, according to an EIA report. Production in the lower 48 states will average 64.96 bcf  a day, up from last month’s estimate of 64.77 bcf/day.

Exxon Mobil PerspectivesInvesting in the American Workforce of the Future

Ken P. Cohen highlights a grant from the company for a technology job-training program in Houston. The program will help train workers for the rapidly expanding petrochemical industry, which has gotten a boost from increased natural gas development.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mary Schaper is a Digital Communications Manager for the American Petroleum Institute. She previously worked on Capitol Hill for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee as Digital Director and for Senator Lisa Murkowski. Before coming to D.C., she spearheaded digital strategy for Murkowski's successful Senate write-in campaign in 2010. Schaper enjoys traveling and taking in the local culture alongside her husband, their son and loyal springer spaniel.