US oil production increased by 286 thousand barrels per day during...

Data from the US Energy Information Administration showed today that crude oil production in the United States increased by 286 thousand barrels per day in September to 10.86 million barrels per day with the increase in production in North Dakota and the US marine area in the Gulf of Mexico.
But crude production in Texas, the largest US oil producing state, fell over the month.
The Energy Information Administration revised US oil production in August, down by five thousand barrels per day to 10.574 million barrels per day.
According to Reuters, the administration said that US crude oil exports fell to 3.238 million barrels per day in September from 3.298 million barrels per day in the previous month.
It added that the total exports of refined oil products decreased to 2.723 million barrels per day from 2.821 million barrels per day in August.
It said total demand for oil in the United States in September fell 9.5 percent, or 1.9 million barrels per day, from its year-earlier level, to 18.307 million barrels per day.

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