U.S. Becomes World’s Largest Petroleum Exporter

Huzzah, huzzah.

New York (CNN Business)Move over, Saudi Arabia. America is about to steal the kingdom’s energy exporting crown.

The United States will surpass Saudi Arabia later this year in exports of oil, natural gas liquids and petroleum products, like gasoline, according to energy research firm Rystad Energy.
That milestone, driven by theĀ transformative shale boom, would make the United States the world’s leading exporter of oil and liquids. That has never happened since Saudi Arabia began selling oil overseas in the 1950s, Rystad said in a report Thursday.
“It’s nothing short of remarkable,” said Ryan Fitzmaurice, energy strategist at Rabobank. “Ten years ago, no one thought it could happen.”

2 Responses to U.S. Becomes World’s Largest Petroleum Exporter

  1. steveegg says:

    It could have happened quite a bit faster had the previous President not been so hostile to oil.

  2. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    What an awesome achievement!

    Capitalism wins again!!

    What a great thing this is!

    Love it!

    I liked it when we first became a net exporter, but never envisioned being largest exporter!

    Very Good Trump!!!!!

    USA! USA! USA!

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