U.S. domestic crude oil production exceeded imports last week for the first time in 16 years, according to the EIA's latest data. Since Jan. 1997, weekly U.S. crude imports averaged ~9.2M bbl/day, topping domestic output by 3.5M bbl/day. But by late 2014, U.S. crude oil output should top imports by nearly 2.5M bbl/day. A slow shift, 16 years in the making, is set to become a flood in little more than 16 months.
U.S. domestic crude oil production exceeded imports last week for the first time in 16 years,...
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