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Shale Will Power America for Decades to Come

Fracked crude will make up the majority of future production increases.

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Shale Sent US Natural Gas Prices to Lowest Levels this Millennium in 2016

Abundant shale gas brought natural gas prices to historic lows—and made the US a net exporter of the hydrocarbon.

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Shocker: Shale Supports American Families

Here in the U.S., households in shale-rich regions are $1,900 better off per year as a result of fracking.

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Population Density Is America’s Shale Success Secret

People generally don’t live near shale formations in the United States.

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America Is Flush with Shale Gas, Just in Time for Winter

Thank you, shale.

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Shale Gas Drags US Energy Emissions to 25-Year Low

Fracking is elbowing out coal and bringing U.S. energy-related emissions down in the process.

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Shale Is Hale in the American Northeast, Too

Natural gas is booming in the Appalachian basin.

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How Far Can American Shale Go?

Bargain crude dealt US shale a temporary setback, but the EIA expects output to climb 45 percent in the coming years.

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The World Is Gassing Up on US Shale

Shale gas supplies are going to have a field day over the next 25 years, and the United States is going to lead the way.

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America Will Lead Global Shale Growth

Global tight oil production will more than double by 2040, led by growth in the United States.

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Disunion

Trump voters were right that the nation needs change and that the “best and the brightest” are failing the nation the way they did during the Vietnam War.

Mullah Mismanagement

Many multi-ethnic states have broken down over the past 150 years, and Iran risks going the same way.

Presidents' Day

Presidents’ Day is a holiday about nobody that teaches nothing.

Crude Economics

They’re cutting consumption at home to keep exports up.

Infowar

Europe’s elections may not offer the fertile ground for “fake news” that is commonly assumed.

the trillion dollar question

A massive infrastructure package is high on the administration’s list of priorities, but actually bringing this idea to fruition will be harder than it looks.

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