Last quote by Adam Sieminski
The general decline in U.S. crude oil production that began almost two years ago is likely over, as higher average oil prices and improvements in drilling efficiency are giving a boost to output.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Adam Sieminski is associated, including U.S., Mexico, and decline. Most recently, Adam Sieminski has been quoted saying: “The U.S. could be completely, and the phrase that was used at one time, energy independent.” in the article U.S. set to become energy exporter by 2026 - EIA. An other article where Adam Sieminski has been quoted is U.S. crude output in 2016, 2017 to fall less than expected - EIA.
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Quotes by Adam Sieminski
Jan 05 2017
The U.S. could be completely, and the phrase that was used at one time, energy independent.feedback
Nov 08 2016
Although average annual U.S. crude oil production is expected to be slightly below this year's level in 2017, increased drilling activity in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico, along with rising oil output in the Gulf of Mexico, are expected to partially offset lower production in other areas of the country and make the decline smaller than previously forecast.feedback
Aug 09 2016
After a steep drop over the past year in U.S. oil production, a recent uptick in the number of rigs drilling for oil is expected to contribute to more steady monthly oil output starting this fall.feedback
Jul 12 2016
EIA expects U.S. drivers will see gasoline prices gradually decline from their June level through the end of this year. A combination of lower crude oil prices, high gasoline production, and rising gasoline inventories pushed gasoline prices down this year.feedback
Jan 12 2016
Our oil price forecast is still fairly modest. The process of rebalancing global prices is under way but it takes a while.feedback
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