Tag: U.S. Oil Imports

Energy Economics

The Coronavirus Is Making The Energy Sector Ill But Ending The Trade War Would Heal It

March 18, 2020

Via: Forbes

With the threat of a worldwide pandemic, the Trump administration would be advised to quickly ease trade tensions with China. The coronavirus is disrupting global supply chains — a phenomenon that will likely continue for several months. China has promised […]

Chemical, Conventional Fuels, News and Policies, U.S.

The U.S. Still Imports A Lot Of Oil

February 12, 2020

Via: Forbes

The goal of U.S. “Energy Independence” continues to be pushed across the spectrum. It rests on lowering oil imports, seen as a bugaboo for us since the crisis of the 1970s. And on the surface, this makes sense. In the […]

Chemical, Conventional Fuels

The Good News About High U.S. Oil Imports

August 14, 2017

Via: Forbes

U.S. crude oil output is now closing in on 9.5 million b/d, the highest levels in two years and almost double what we were producing a decade ago. But, while our demand has basically been flat, oil is a global commodity and imports […]