Hydraulic Fracturing Accounts For About Half Of Current U.S. Crude Oil ProductionGuest Post
Hydraulic Fracturing Accounts For About Half Of Current U.S. Crude Oil Production by Troy Cook, Jack Perrin - EIA
Even though hydraulic fracturing has been in use for more than six decades, it has only recently been used to produce a significant portion of crude oil in the United States. This technique, often used in combination with horizontal drilling, has allowed the United States to increase its oil production faster than at any time in its history. Based on the most recent available . . .
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