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Texas Now Produces More Natural Gas Than All of OPEC !


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June 1st 2015- API

Everything is bigger in Texas, especially natural gas production. The Lone Star State alone produces more natural gas than every country in the world, except Russia, and that includes every member state of OPEC.

The American Petroleum Institute has released a graphic showing that Texas produces 18.81 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day, well above any member of OPEC. The graphic is meant to show how hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling into shale formations has made the U.S. the world’s liquid fuels producer.

“This is what energy security looks like, Thanks to innovations in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, Texas  now outpaces all OPEC nations in natural gas production.” Tracee Bentley,  Petroleum Council,

Individual U.S. states now produce so much natural gas, they outrank whole countries when it comes to daily production. Iran, the largest OPEC gas producer, only produces 15.43 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day. Qatar, OPEC’s number two gas producer, produces 15.09 billion barrels per day.

Louisiana and Pennsylvania also rank among the world’s top 15 natural gas producers. Louisiana produces more gas major producing countries like the Netherlands and Indonesia, while Pennsylvania beats out Mexico and the United Arab Emirates.

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