U.S. oil production grew more in 2012 - up 779K bbl/day from 2011 - than in any year since 1859...
U.S. oil production grew more in 2012 - up 779K bbl/day from 2011 - than in any year since 1859 when the country's petroleum age began, and the Energy Information Administration predicts a jump of another 900K bbl/day in 2013. It's a surge that's "creating jobs and wealth that didn't exist before," and as this week's events show, more security against overseas turmoil that can disrupt energy supplies.
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