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The Benefits, Stability of American Energy

hydraulic fracturing  Economy  trade  colorado  california  keystone xl 

Mary Leshper

Mary Schaper
Posted October 9, 2013

Fracking the U.S. Trade Deficit

Christian Science Monitor: The US is slowly chipping away at its trade deficit, which should create more jobs, more economic growth, less unemployment, and a smaller federal deficit.

 

And the boom in domestic energy production is a key factor behind that narrowing trade deficit Over the past decade, oil and gas production has surged at vast shale formations in Texas, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere across the US. That has led to a rise in exports of petroleum products and a reduction in the amount of oil and gas the US imports from abroad.

 

It's one benefit of the domestic hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling revolution that has stirred passion on all sides of the debate over America's energy future.

 

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Advanced Drilling Technology Boosts CA Production

domestic energy  efficiency  exxon  exxonmobil  offshore drilling  offshore technology  technology innovation  offshore drilling in california  santa ynez 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 19, 2010

ExxonMobil reports that it has completed the world's longest well from an existing offshore fixed platform drilling rig. 

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Energy Tomorrow Radio: Episode 103 - Research Reveals Drilling has Positive Impact on California's C

california  domestic energy  offshore drilling  oil seeps  oil spills  santa barbara 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 23, 2010

In today's episode, I interview Bruce Allen, physicist and co-founder of SOS California, about his research on natural oil seeps and the positive impact oil and natural gas production has on California's coastal environment. Bruce says studies show Santa Barbara's offshore production reduces naturally occurring oil seeps, helping to decrease water pollution and improve air quality.

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Bruce Allen Says Offshore Production Is Good for the Environment

access  california  domestic energy  offshore drilling 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted February 26, 2010

Bruce Allen, a physicist from Santa Barbara, California, is a man on a mission. As co-founder of SOS California (Stop Oil Seeps California), he came to Washington this week to deliver a message that he believes could change the debate over offshore energy development

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Resource-Rich Real Estate

california  domestic energy  offshore drilling  technology innovation 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 25, 2009

Thursday was another gorgeous day in Long Beach, with blue skies and a pleasant breeze blowing along the harbor. At Lighthouse Point, children picnicked with their families while fishermen on a nearby pier caught croakers for supper. At the docks, you could hear seals barking at the Aquarium of the Pacific as tourists returned to shore on boats offering whale watching tours. 

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