Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Dow Hits 22,000 -- August 2, 2017

I was barely able to get this screenshot -- almost missed it ... if you can't read it, the first bullet:

EOG is the largest US E&P company.

The screenshot, from CNBC, 8:43.07 a.m. Central Time:

Texas With Bragging Rights?

From the EIA today:
EIA’s State Energy Data System (SEDS) recently released 2015 data estimates for all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. The estimates include data on both total energy consumption and energy consumption per capita, which is calculated by dividing total consumption by population.

In 2015, Texas consumed a total of 13 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu), or about 13% of total U.S. energy consumption. Texas has consumed the most energy in every year since 1960, the earliest year for which EIA has data. 
Ranking second in energy use, California consumed a total of 8 quadrillion Btu, about 8% of U.S. total energy use. 
Louisiana, Florida, and Illinois round out the top five energy-consuming states, which together account for more than one-third of total U.S. total energy use.
Total energy consumption by the top 10 states exceeded the combined energy use of the other 41 states (including the District of Columbia). --- EIA
California would consume much more energy but high tech companies in California outsource much (most?) of their manufacturing to China, Taiwan, elsewhere. 

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