Foreword by - Ciaran Baker – a personal view -
Even BBC News has to admit it, the US is awash with oil endlessly supplying the people with energy.
As the UK fights to leave the seemingly endless supply of abiotic (non-fosil fuel) oil in the ground the US oil output has beaten imports for the first time in 25 years. Good news for them. It would appear that safe fracturing is bringing the US back to greater self-sufficiency in energy and the US is even exporting gas from the fracturing bonanza.
Sadly it would also appear that the godsend of natural gas and oil is being demonised over here by the deluded and duped Green Mafia and their government-funded masters. It all fits in with the depopulation Agenda 21 – financial collapse, homegrown austerity, government terrorism by the back door, anti-fracturing – yet another attack on the general public as the traitors continue to dismantle our system block by block so they can build their own New World Order, we are expected to die of exposure in our hospitals and homes while the Josh Foxes, Matt Damons and Yoko Onos of this world luxuriate in plush oil-heated apartments in New York and train us to fight their battles for them, thus exterminating ourselves.
Thank you fracktivists, you must all be very proud of yourselves environmentally protecting us back into the dark ages. I take it back, you are just victims of vast bankster-funded propaganda.
BBC article below:
US oil output beats imports for first time in 25 years.
BBC News – Business.
US domestic crude oil production has exceeded oil imports for the first time since 1995, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
The EIA said petroleum imports were at their lowest since 1991, partially due to surging domestic oil production from hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
In October, US crude oil output averaged at 7.7 million barrels per day (bpd).
The EIA says it expects output to exceed 8.8 million bpd by 2014.
The domestic oil boom has been due mostly to fracking, a new technique used to get oil from shale deposits in locations like North Dakota and Texas.
The technology has come under fire by critics concerned about the environmental impacts of the procedure.
The EIA says imports now make up 40% of US oil consumption – significantly less than the 60% peak reached in 2005.
The organisation forecasts imports will make up only 28% of US oil consumption in 2014, which would be the lowest level since 1985.
In a statement, the White House welcomed the news, saying it is an example of how the administration’s energy policies are working.
This is “a result of both increased production and administration policies like increased fuel economy standards that cut oil consumption, cut carbon pollution, and cut consumer bills,” a White House statement said.