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Source: Forbes

What will an American carbon tax cost you?

Forbes


How much are you willing to spend to save the earth? How about an extra 89 cents per gallon? That’s about how much a nationwide carbon tax would cost every time you stop for a gasoline fill up. Whether …

What Energy Security Looks Like: 90% of Natural Gas Used in U.S. Is Produced Domestically

What Energy Security Looks Like: 90% of Natural Gas Used in U.S. Is Produced Domestically

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360


The United States has been a net exporter of natural gas since 2017

In the United States, natural gas is one of the most prevalent sources of energy, and according to

U.S. Liquid Fuel Production Increases 6th Consecutive Year

U.S. Liquid Fuel Production Increases 6th Consecutive Year

Total 2015 U.S. energy production was 89 quadrillion BTUs, 91% of consumption

The United States total energy production saw an increase for the sixth consecutive year. Data collected from EIA’s Monthly Energy Review stated that energy production in the U.S. …

Highlights of BP’s 2015 Statistical Review of World Energy

Highlights of BP’s 2015 Statistical Review of World Energy

China consumes more energy than all of North America combined: BP

The United States was awarded the banner of “Greatest Hydrocarbon Producer” in BP plc’s (ticker: BP) latest Statistical Review of World Energy. The achievement is considerable, but BP’s …

Graph of the Week:  Coal is Back

Graph of the Week: Coal is Back

Surprise: The EIA predicts more coal will be used to generate electricity this year than in 2013. But they believe coal’s downtrend will resume in 2015. In 2013, 39.1% of U.S. power was generated by burning coal. In 2014 that …

October 16, 2014 - 3:06 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles