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BNEF Brief: America’s domination in oil and gas

By Bloomberg
01 September 2019   |   11:44 am
The U.S. will account for for almost two-thirds of the world’s new oil and natural gas output in the decade ahead. And that makes it a critical obstacle to stopping climate pollution according to industry consultant Rystad Energy. We take a look at America's domination in new oil and gas with BloombergNEF's Anastacia Dialynas. We break down a new BloombergNEF analysis that looks at the economics of drilling and completing new wells in the U.S.

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