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North American Energy Markets Will Benefit From USMCA

After more than a year of intense negotiations, the United States, Canada and Mexico reached an agreement to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, the 1994 pact that governs more than $1.2 trillion worth of trade among the three nations.



DOE Says Natural Gas Trade Between U.S., Canada Slowed in 1H2018

Natural gas trade slowed down in both directions across the border between Canada and the United States during the first six months of this year



New Report Highlights U.S. Natural Gas Industry's Leadership in Protecting America's Critical Infrastructure From Cyberattacks

The report describes the industry's resilience and preparedness to defend itself and energy consumers against malicious cyber threats...



Oil: Crude and Petroleum Products Explained (Offshore)

The U.S. border is actually 200 miles away from the coastline... Most states control the 3-mile area that extends off of their coasts...



New Poll Shows Majority Of Voters Are Concerned About Expanding The Sale Of E15 Gasoline

"These numbers reinforce the need for the administration to reconsider this decision to allow year-round sale of E15."



Baker Hughes: US rig count up 1 unit to 1,068

The US drilling rig count was up 1 unit to 1,068 rigs working for the week ended Oct. 26, according to Baker Hughes data. The count is up 159 units from the 909 rigs working this time a year ago.



U.S. Energy Production Up, Emissions Down

Just as remarkable is the fact the United States' world leadership in natural gas and oil production is accompanied by world leadership in cutting greenhouse gas emissions.



In Win for Trump, Merkel Changes Course on U.S. Gas Imports

Chancellor calls her decision to open Germany up to U.S. liquefied natural gas a 'strategic' move



U.S. Sets New Record for Oil Production in September Meeting Virtually All Global Demand Growth

The United States has continued to lead the world in oil production growth this year...



How The U.S. Could Transform Global Liquefied Natural Gas

By the end of next year, the U.S. will have tripled its LNG export capacity to ~10 Bcf/d, or some 25% of the current global market.