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(KUMV) - The oil boom is still active throughout northwest North Dakota, and Williston Economic Development Executive Director Shawn Wenko says a second boom could be coming in the form of value-added industries.
Data ReservesCrude Oil (as of Dec. 31)3,669 million barrels10.2%Expected Future Production of Dry Natural Gas (as of Dec. 31)7,133 billion cu ft1.6%Expected Future Production of Natural Gas Plant Liquids1,030 million barrels5.0%Recoverable Coal at Producing Mines922 million short tons7.0%6 more rows Jun 16, 2022
Nearly all accounts of Big Oil include ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP, Eni and TotalEnergies. All six of these companies are vertically-integrated within the industry and operate upstream, midstream, and downstream.
Demand fell temporarily due to Covid-19. Oil prices have since recovered to over $70 per barrel in 2021 due to increased demand linked to the Covid-19 recovery. North Dakota remains the state with the second highest oil production, after Texas.
#1 Saudi Arabian Oil Co. ( Saudi Aramco) (Tadawul: 2222) #2 PetroChina Co. Ltd. ( PTR) #3 China Petroleum Chemical Corp. ( SNP) #4 Exxon Mobil Corp. ( XOM) #5 TotalEnergies SE (TOT) #6 BP PLC (BP) #7 Chevron Corp. ( CVX) #8 Marathon Petroleum Corp. ( MPC)
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At 31 billion barrels, the Bakken can supply oil at a plateau rate of 2 million barrels per day all the way through approximately 2042 (I assume a straight-line decline thereafter over a 30-year period). At 48 billion barrels, the 2 million barrels per day rate can be sustained much longer, until approximately 2066.
Top five oil-producing countries across the Americas United States. With a production rate of 15.3 million bpd, the US is the leading oil producer in the Americas. Canada. Canada is the second-biggest producer of oil in the Americas, with a production rate of 5.2 million bpd. Brazil. Mexico. Venezuela.
The North Dakota oil industry took off in the 1950s. When oil prices dropped in the 1980s, that boom ended. Oil prices recovered by 1990, but the current boom didnt hit until the technology of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, came along in the 2000s.
At 31 billion barrels, the Bakken can supply oil at a plateau rate of 2 million barrels per day all the way through approximately 2042 (I assume a straight-line decline thereafter over a 30-year period). At 48 billion barrels, the 2 million barrels per day rate can be sustained much longer, until approximately 2066.
Data ReservesCrude Oil (as of Dec. 31)3,669 million barrels10.2%Expected Future Production of Dry Natural Gas (as of Dec. 31)7,133 billion cu ft1.6%Expected Future Production of Natural Gas Plant Liquids1,030 million barrels5.0%Recoverable Coal at Producing Mines922 million short tons7.0%6 more rows Jun 16, 2022

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