U.S. Drilling To Slump In '99 Despite Oil, Gas Demand Gains

01/25/1999
Robert J. Beck Associate Managing Editor-Economics U.S. Energy Demand [15,153 bytes] Forecast and Review [431,697 bytes] OGJ Forecast of U.S. Supply and Demand [20,665 bytes] U.S. Natural Gas Supply and Demand [29,245 bytes] Crude and Products Prices [32,328 bytes] U.S. Production of Crude Oil and Lease Condensate [67,248 bytes] Supply and Demand for Crude in the U.S. [33,920 bytes] U.S. Energy Consumption and Efficiency [79,751 bytes] Crude Imports by Country of Origin [46,699 bytes] Exports of Refined Products and Crude [21,487 bytes] Imports of R...
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