Bloomberg | Sheela Tobben
Texas is leading the U.S. in oil production which in turn is influencing the overall growth of U.S. oil production.
Oil drillers are working extra hard with crude prices rising near $70 a barrel. Texas oil production jumped to 4.01 million barrels a day in February, almost 21 percent higher from a year earlier, according to the Energy Information Administration, the highest in EIA data since 1981. That helped push total U.S. crude output in February up 2.6 percent to a fresh record of 10.3 million.
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