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WTI is a light, sweet crude oil, which refers to its low density and low sulfur content, and is often used for conversion to gasoline and diesel fuel. Although WTI is priced out of Cushing, Oklahoma, this benchmark contract is tied to energy markets around the world.
The difference between WTI and Brent Brent crude oil is extracted from the North Sea and WTI is extracted in the US, primarily from Texas. Brent is a high-quality light, sweet blend of crude oil, which refers to its low density and low sulphur content.
Oil and Gas Production in Texas Currently (as of December 2018), 187,401 active oil wells and 98,709 active gas wells produce oil and natural gas in the state, according to the Railroad Commission of Texas.
Despite the ongoing impact the pandemic has had on U.S. oil production, the U.S. remained the world's top oil producer in 2021 at 11.2 million BPD.
Oil has been found across most of the state. Oil and natural gas are the most valuable minerals produced in Texas. They have been produced from most areas of Texas and from rocks of all geologic eras except the Precambrian. All of the major sedimentary basins of Texas have produced some oil or gas.
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Texas is one of the largest oil-producing states in the United States. The state is home to a number of different major oil and gas players, including BP, ConocoPhilips, Shell, and Valero Energy. Houston is the state's largest city and a key center for oil and gas companies.
VERIFY: There is enough oil in Texas and New Mexico to fuel the US for 200 years, but it's not easily accessible. Energy expert, Ed Hirs, says recovering oil from the Permian Basin would be expensive and would require more workers and materials.
Based on our research, we rate FALSE the claim the Midland and Delaware Basins of the Permian Basin have enough oil to fuel America for 200 years. Assessments from the U.S. Geological Survey estimate the areas in question contain about 66 billion barrels \u2013 the amount of oil Americans consume in about nine years.
VERIFY: There is enough oil in Texas and New Mexico to fuel the US for 200 years, but it's not easily accessible. Energy expert, Ed Hirs, says recovering oil from the Permian Basin would be expensive and would require more workers and materials.
Texas Now Produces More Oil Than Every Country in the World Besides Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq. This \u201cenergy miracle\u201d in the Lone Star State has to be one of the most remarkable energy success stories in history.

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