Gulf Oil Less Crucial in Storms as Shale Grows: Chart of the DayMoming Zhou
Oil from the Gulf of Mexico as a proportion of U.S. output has fallen to a 14-year low as the shale boom shakes up traditional production patterns, reducing the impact of hurricanes on national supplies.
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