Forbes | David Blackmon
The US was ranked the 7th largest crude exporting country as of February 2018, and is projected to double the volume of exports by 2020.
With U.S. production growth for oil and natural gas out-pacing refining capacity and domestic demand, respectively, the United States is on a path to assume a position among the largest global exporters of both commodities over the next few years. These are among the findings of a new report previewed this week by DrillingInfo, a Texas-based provider of oilfield data and services.
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