“With respect to LNG exports, time is of the essence.”
Call it the million-barrel milestone. In April, according to North Dakota’s Department of Mineral Resources, the state’s oilfields pumped more than one million barrels of oil per day.
ICF’s study demonstrates that the higher the level of LNG exports, the greater the economic benefits would be for the United States.
Twenty years of experience with the North American Free Trade Act show that everyone benefits from increased trade.
For a company like ExxonMobil, hurricane season isn’t a five-month stretch from June to November. It’s year-round.
Is oil produced from the Canadian oil sands inherently different from other crude oils?