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"The world will increasingly depend on U.S. shale production to supply the crude oil needed to meet modest global demand growth, the International Energy Agency said in a new report...As much as 75 percent of global oil production growth could come from the U.S. in the years ahead, meaning increasing volumes of crude would be exported around the world from port hubs in the Houston and Corpus Christi areas." https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/energy/article/IEA-Shale-13385734.php
"As much as 75 percent of global oil production growth could come from the U.S. in the years ahead, meaning increas… https://t.co/QHKKBL69aC
"The interconnected trade relationship between the United States, Mexico and Canada must be preserved, especially for the continued success of the energy sector. Keeping energy markets fully integrated not only helps attract investors, lowers capital costs and keeps prices lower for U.S. consumers and businesses, but it also bolsters America’s energy and national security by strengthening export markets with two of our largest trading partners. There’s no reason to drag this out any further — Congress should approve the USMCA without delay." https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/415803-approving-new-nafta-a-no-brainer-for-new-congress
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International Energy Security Risk Index
In 2012, the Energy Institute launched the International Index of Energy Security Risk, a new tool designed to facilitate a better understanding of global energy markets. The 2015 International Index applies the same quantitative analysis used in the US Index to rank the top global energy users in 29 metrics.Read More