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03.05.18

US oil expected to meet most of world's growth in demand

A global energy group says booming production in the United States will meet most of the world's growth in demand for oil in the next few years.

 

03.05.18

U.S. Will Be the World's Largest Oil Producer by 2023, Says IEA

The No. 1 overall message, non-OPEC supply growth is very, very strong, which could change the parameters for the oil markets in the years to come, led by the United States...

 

03.05.18

Shale oil growth to overwhelm U.S. refiners, fuel exports: study

Rising U.S. shale oil production will overwhelm the nation's refining capacity, with three-quarters of the additional oil produced in the United States by 2023 shipped to Europe and Asia, according to a new study by consultancy Wood Mackenzie.

 

03.01.18

Dominion Energy's newest natural gas infrastructure project meets growing energy need in South Carolina

Largest expansion in history of Dominion Energy Carolina Gas Transmission meets growing need for clean and reliable natural gas in state

 

02.20.18

PRO: North American energy trade boosts our economic and energy security

The job-creating, economy-boosting resurgence in U.S. natural gas and oil production shows no signs of slowing down.

 

02.20.18

North American energy trade boosts our economic and energy security

Canada is both our No. 1 source of crude oil imports and the No. 1 market for our crude exports. Mexico is our largest outlet for natural gas exports and the No. 1 export market for U.S. finished motor gasoline...

 

02.16.18

Interior Announces Date for Largest Oil and Gas Lease Sale in U.S. History

Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced that the Department will offer 77.3 million acres offshore Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida for oil and gas exploration and development.

 

02.16.18

EIA: US gas reserves increase at yearend 2016, crude remains flat

The US Energy Information Administration said average first-of-the-month prices used to calculate US reserves dropped in 2016 compared with 2015. Natural gas and crude oil decreased by a respective 6% and 15% during the period.

 

02.13.18

Veterans, Business Leaders and Consumers in Favor of Offshore Energy Development

Business groups, energy consumers, policy leaders and veterans organizations let their voices be heard that energy exploration and long range planning is critically important to the nation's energy security and will be a huge economic boost to South Carolina.

 

02.13.18

Drill or no drill? SC environmental groups to rally against offshore drilling

Environmental groups opposed to offshore drilling in our state will hold a rally at the State House on Tuesday.