U.S. Gasoline Falls to Lowest Since 2010, Lundberg Says

U.S. Gasoline Falls to Lowest Since 2010, Lundberg Says

Bloomberg News | October 26, 2014 | by Jessica Summers and Dan Murtaugh

U.S. oil output was 8.95 million barrels a day the week of Oct. 10, the most since 1985. U.S. production has increased about 66 percent in the past five years as companies have used horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing to tap into hydrocarbon-rich layers of underground shale rock.

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