North Dakota oil production could nearly double again from 875000 barrels per day in July to 1.55 million barrels per day in 2015

Current projections for North Dakota oil production is to achieve about 1.55 million barrels per day in 2015.

The latest North Dakota production is at 874681 barrels per day.

This is roughly in line with a Harvard forecast where oil booms in North Dakota and Texas. Maugeri, author of a 2012 report forecasting rapid growth of global oil production and belying the notion that oil output has “peaked,” argues in his new paper that the boom in U.S. shale oil production is central to the overall U.S. oil surge. If oil prices remain close to today’s levels, total U.S. production of all forms of oil [all liquids includes natural gas liquids and ethanol] could grow from 11.3 12.3 million barrels per day in Sept, 2013 to 16 million barrels per day by 2017.

The latest September oil production numbers are 12.3 million barrels per day of all liquids oil production in the USA.

Older Monthly oil production numbers

North Dakota Oil production has more than doubled in the previous two years.

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