U.S. oil production climbed last year, agency says

03/24/2010 | Google

Output boosts in North Dakota and in the Gulf of Mexico have helped the U.S. post its first yearly increase in oil production since 1991, according to the Energy Information Administration. Production in 2009 averaged 5.32 million barrels a day, up from 4.95 million in 2008, the agency said.

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