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Manjit Singh Sahota statement on Oil and gas Production

    Manjit Singh Sahota
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    Manjit Singh Sahota statement on Oil and gas Production

    Manjit Singh Sahota states, Natural gas is extracted from oil in the United States, as is the case with infrastructure, and there is no economic incentive to transport it for sale from the well. Natural gas prices in the United States are low, and natural gas infrastructure can not keep up with the rapid expansion of oil production in the region, resulting in a 50% increase in torch prices in 2018 compared to the previous year.3 US producers make almost all of their money from oil in this case so the gas involved is not worth putting on the market.
    In addition to the challenges, oil and natural gas production in the US have soared over the last decade: US natural gas production was 34.4 trillion cubic feet (tcf) in 2020, the highest annual amount ever. The majority of the increase in production since 2005 is the result of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing techniques in shale, sandstone, carbonate, and other narrow geological formations. About 80-90% of the natural gas used in the United States is produced domestically.
    Natural gas is extracted from both onshore and offshore sources of natural gas, oil, and coal. US natural gas production decreased in 2020 due to a decline in drilling activity in exchange for lower natural gas (and oil) prices due to a decrease in demand resulting from the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, dry natural gas production in the United States was about 10% higher than total natural gas consumption in the US.
    The increased gas-oil ratio of gas basins is a major explanation for recent production growth. According to data from the Federal Association of Natural Gas, Petroleum and Geoenergy (BVEG), domestic natural gas production in Germany fell in 2020 by 16 percent year-on-year to 52 billion cubic meters, covering a good five percent of German natural gas consumption.

    Manjit Singh Sahota

    Manjit Singh Sahota

    Manjit Singh Sahota is the President of a multi-Million dollar realm that is intensely centered around shallow and deep onshore drilling.

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