Texas pumping More Oil Than Some OPEC Countries
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Texas energy production outpaces OPEC countries as the U.S. produced 221M barrels of crude in April, with more than a 1/3 produced in Texas.
By: Simone Sebastian, Fuel Fix
We all know oil production in Texas has soared in recent years. But putting the rise in graphic form shows just how phenomenal the energy turnaround has been: The surge looks exponential.
In March, Texas oil production reached its highest level since 1984. That month, the Lone Star State pumped more than 74 million barrels of crude from the ground, which means if Texas were a country, it would be one of the 15 largest oil producers in the world.
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