2013 is in the books as one of the most productive years in E&P history, and the United States is soaking up the flowing oil from the country’s prolific shales. According to the Energy Information Association (EIA), U.S. oil demand in October 2013 totaled 19.3 MMBOPD, an increase of roughly 3% from October 2012 levels. Crude oil production is up 12% from the same period, and the country continues to be the greatest natural gas developer in the world. The Energy Information Association’s (EIA) early release of the 2014 Annual Energy Outlook ...

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