For the first time since 1973, the US is the largest extractor of crude oil, show preliminary estimates from the US energy ministry according to CNN.
The US production of crude oil has more than doubled over the past decade, with Texas as the epicenter. In June and August, production increased to nearly 11 million barrels daily, and the US then overtook Saudi Arabia and Russia.
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