Texas Oil and Gas Production Rises

Texas Oil and Gas

Oil and gas production in Texas rose month on month. This is according to the latest preliminary figures from the Texas Railroad Commission (RRC).

The preliminary reported total volume of crude oil in Texas in March was 110.9 million barrels. This is equating to 3.57 million barrels per day, the RRC highlighted. The preliminary reported total volume of natural gas in March was 829.45 billion cubic feet. This is equating to 26.75 billion cubic feet per day, the RRC revealed.

Last month, the RRC outlined that the preliminary report. In line with it is a total volume of crude oil in Texas in February was 99 million barrels. This is equating to 3.53 million barrels per day. Now, the preliminary reports a total volume of natural gas in February was 718.31 billion cubic feet. This is equating to 25.65 billion cubic feet per day.

Back in April, the RRC revealed that the preliminary reported total volume of crude oil in Texas in January was 118 million barrels. This is equating to 3.8 million barrels per day. Then, the preliminary reported total volume of natural gas in January was 871.06 billion cubic feet. This is equating to 28.09 billion cubic feet per day.

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Source: RigZone

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