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Should the U.S. Allow Increased Domestic Crude Oil Exports?

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

U.S. domestic crude oil production has increased significantly in recent years. Would exporting some of this new domestically-produced crude oil be in the best interests of the U.S. overall?

Regional Refinery Trends Evolve to Accommodate Increased Domestic Crude Oil Production

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Recent rapid growth in United States production of light tight oil has raised interest in understanding how U.S. refineries, many of which are configured to process heavier crude oil, might accommodate increased volumes of domestic ...

Friday Energy Facts: U.S. Refinery Capacity Reaches 18 Million Barrels Per Day

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Increased refinery runs—based on increases in both capacity and utilization—have helped accommodate increases in U.S. crude oil production. The United States' capacity to refine crude oil into petroleum products increased by 0.2% in...

U.S. Crude Oil Exports Are Increasing and Reaching More Destinations

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

The number of countries receiving exported U.S. crude oil has risen since the removal of restrictions on exporting U.S. crude oil in December 2015. U.S. crude oil exports have occurred despite relatively small price spreads between ...

Drumbeat: January 12, 2013

Utilities / Energy : The Oil Drum

New Saudi refineries to reduce crude oil export cushion DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s drive to build new refineries means its maximum capacity to export crude, the big gun it aims at other producers wanting higher oil prices, is set to decl...


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