With Production Revolution, U.S. is Quietly Breaking its Reliance on Foreign Oil

With Production Revolution, U.S. is Quietly Breaking its Reliance on Foreign Oil

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All along the highway that leads into this West Texas city, the rows of pump jacks seem endless, bobbing up and down as they pull crude oil from beneath the parched scrub desert. The pump jacks have long been here, in good times and bad, a symbol of the city’s…

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