Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: API, Canada, consumption, energy, fracking, imports, oil imports, oil sands, peak oil, petroleum, tar sands
…show US, though producing more and consuming less, still importing over 11 mbd in 2011, with just over 2 mbd from Canada.
Via Oil & Gas Journal.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: consumption, England, fuel costs, gas prices, Great Britain, imports, petrol, Vmt
The headline of the article (concerning ‘the Why’) is an editorialization not entirely supported by the facts within it. Interesting.
Filed under: maps | Tags: energy, Europe, exports, imports, LNG, Natural gas, pipelines, trade
According to BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2011 Review.
Companies working in the US want to put another LNG line from here to Euro. Domestic nat gas price probably too low to make much dough.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Cantarell, crude oil, exports, imports, Mexico, oil production, peak oil, Pemex, refining capacity
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bakken, Bakken Shale, consumption, exports, fracking, hydraulic fracturing, imports, North Dakota, peak oil, production
Louise Basinese, Wall Street Daily. The confusion about refinery product exports is getting brutal.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: confusion, Curtis Robinson, energy, exports, imports, Portland Daily Sun
Portland Daily Sun founding editor Curtis Robinson is also badly confused about the significance of the refinery products exporting “milestone.” What happens when your editor needs an editor? That WSJ article has spread absolute carnage through the newsrooms of America…
Trick question indeed.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: energy, energy illiteracy, exports, fracking, imports, Nestlerode, peak oil, production, State College
From statecollege.com, Dec. 4, 2011.
…very quietly, I guess.
The author Dan Nestlerode is apparently the Director of Research at his firm. Ouch Dan!
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: EIA, energy balance, energy independence, exports, imports, primary energy, total BTUs
For the people (especially journalists) who have written that the US is now a “net energy exporter.”
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Christiophe de Margerie, energy, energy balance, Exxon Mobil, imports, media lies, peak oil, Tillerson, Total
“For the first time in a long time, the United States is a net energy exporter.”
Ah no. Not by a long shot. The US is now a net exporter of refinery products. Still a massive importer of petroleum and ‘energy.’
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Notice how the price in the US is about half the average German import price for 2010.