U.S Oil Production Expected To Increase

Current U.S. oil production is already its highest in 50 years at about ten million barrels a day.

But a new report from the International Energy Agency claims that oil production in the U.S. could reach 17 million barrels a day by 2023.

The report says the elevated volume of production would effectively cap worldwide oil prices at 65 dollars a barrel.

That would be bad news for OPEC and other major longtime oil-exporting nations. The report says the U.S., Canada, Brazil, and Norway could meet all the world’s oil needs by five years from now.



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