Today’s Prehistoric Beast is the Ulemosaurus, an omnivorous dinocephalian synapsid that lived during the middle Permian period. I specifically don’t explain some of the terms I use to describe these creatures to encourage everyone at home to hit up that search engine and get those answers, they are right at your fingertips haha.
Tags » Permian
In its Monthly Market Report released today, OPEC said it expects its share of the global oil market to shrink in 2015 for the third consecutive year, mainly because of the ongoing US shale revolution. 26 more words
Crude oil production from the Permian Basin has increased from 850 K/bd in 2007 to 1.35 M/bd in 2013.
As we prepare to celebrate our nation’s Declaration of Independence on Friday, it would also be appropriate to take a moment to celebrate those states who are currently leading our nation down the path towards energy independence. 193 more words
The Permian Basin in Texas and New Mexico is the nation’s most prolific oil producing area. Six formations within the basin have provided the bulk of Permian’s 60% increase in oil output since 2007. 147 more words
If you haven’t heard, America is up to its ears in domestically produced crude oil and natural gas liquids — thanks to the shale boom.This is good news for supporters of American energy independence. 243 more words