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We Just Beat Russia and Saudi Arabia

by | published September 15th, 2018

Each year on September 1, the countdown begins.

Each year, we’re one year further from an event that has defined U.S. policy for nearly two decades.

Each year, we recite the litany of names.

September 11 has the unfortunate distinction of being a day where anyone you ask recalls exactly what they were doing that morning.

Something I’ve noticed is how everyone recalls how beautiful a day it was.

The calm before the storm, I suppose.

And now, every year we find ourselves bowing our heads and taking a moment of silence for those we lost on September 11, 2001.

Beyond being a terrible tragedy, 9/11 flipped a switch.

One moment we’re a country at the top of the world, with no worries or fears.

The next, everyone is looking over their shoulder, wondering where the next attack will come from.

And the War on Terror began.

This week marked the 17th anniversary of 9/11, and certain things have scarcely changed from that turbulent time.

But others certainly have.

For one thing, far from being scared of our own shadow, we have embodied a new world of increased security and deployed troops.

Patriotism surges at this time each year, as America achieves goals in a way that’s a slap in the face to the terrorists who wanted to demoralize us.

Far from being demoralized, America has emerged victorious in many ways.

Of interest to me, however, is how America has gone from relatively low down on the oil and energy totem pole, to becoming a major player in the global energy sector.

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Another Hurrah for America

It wasn’t so long ago that the U.S. was importing more oil for domestic energy demand than it was producing and exporting to other countries.

However, times have certainly changed.

Earlier this year, the U.S. achieved a production level of over 10 million barrels per day (bpd) for the first time ever.

And now we’ve achieved something even greater than that.

Global tensions have been running high, and feelings about America are mixed to negative. However, despite that, we’re still managing to keep on top of things in our spare time.

I’ve discussed recently about Russia and China teaming up for military exercises, which to say is causing concern would be a colossal understatement. So, with tensions like that going on, it’s nice to get a step up in something.

Which is exactly what we did.

It has just been reported that the U.S. has officially surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia to become the largest crude oil producer in the world.

Since June, the U.S. has increased production by 120,000 barrels per day to reach 10.9 million bpd. On average, U.S. production rate for 2018 has been higher than both of these oil countries.

Better yet, this production growth is set to continue. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) has already estimated that crude oil production in the U.S. is going to grow in 2019 to 11.5 million barrels of oil per day.

And we can congratulate one piece of land for pulling its weight far more than the rest of the country in oil production…

West Texas Has Even More to Offer Than We Thought

The report from the EIA highlights the oil fields in the U.S. that are shining particularly bright.

And it comes as no surprise to me to learn that the Permian Basin in West Texas is the number one producer in the country – production in the Permian will end up contributing 7.5 million bpd to the national total by the end of this month.

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But the story keeps getting better for the oil-saturated Permian, if you could believe it.

An oilfield in the same region was discovered by the USGS, and has become the biggest oil find in U.S. history, and it’s just ripe for the picking.

In fact, this one oilfield could ensure that we stay ahead of Russia and Saudi Arabia in this fierce competition.

And with oil comes opportunity.

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Sincerely,


Kent

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