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Tuesday 27th July 2021 01:31 AM
Oil Exports on the Rise in Louisiana
The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port has grown a large world origin of exported crude oil.
The New Orleans Advocate reports the port, or LOOP, has above and beyond doubled the number of oil tankers loaded for crude export in the first six months of the year.
The main power behind the surge is the lifting of a 40-year ban on crude exports that ended in 2015. And following four decades of declines, U.S. crude production has raised from 5 million barrels per day in 2010 to 12.4 million per day in May.
LOOP President Terry Coleman says the similar commercial activity may perhaps improve LOOP's workforce.
Coleman says trade convulsion with China and India may create production volume inefficiencies but he believes the market will eventually rebalance.
This article is originally posted on manufacturing.net