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Energy D├ętente Current Issues    
Issue DateTitleSubjectsCAPTION
Jun 24 2021
Recession-Resistant Resource
U.S. SHALE OIL'S STAR IS STILL RISING
Production/Supply/Demand




Contrary to experts' expectations, U.S. shale oil production's 2020 decline was not deep, and it is recovering nicely in 2021. Shale oil is on track to enable the U.S., the world's largest producer, to set an all-time record high by 2022. The boom is still on.
Mar 29 2021
U.S. Gasoline a Very Unstable Factor in
WORLD OIL DEMAND 2021
Demand




Incipient trends point to world economic growth of 5.5% and petroleum demand of 4.5% in 2021 as virus vaccination and receding lockdowns progress. World recovery is handicapped by curtailed oil supply and flooded currency supply. Current prospects for a key component of global oil demand, that of U.S. gasoline demand, are presented in this report.
 

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