Peering in the energy crystal ball
EIA outlook sees US oil production climbing further, then falling; expects abundant natural gas to spur manufacturing industry
As evidenced by those who attempted to predict the future of the U.S. oil and gas industry prior to the start of the shale oil and gas revolution a few years ago, forecasting energy production and consumption can be a dodgy business. But, in the interests of providing some comprehensively researched....
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