EIA: US Oil Output Climbs to Highest Since March 2020

(Reuters) — U.S. oil output climbed 2.4% to 12.27 million barrels per day (MMbbl/d) in September, government figures showed on Wednesday, the highest since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In top oil producing states, monthly output in Texas rose 1.8% to 5.15 MMbbl/d, highest since March 2020. In New Mexico, it increased 4.7% to a record 1.68 MMbbl/d, and in North Dakota is gained 4.1% to 1.11 MMbbl/d, highest since March 2022.

Gross natural gas production in the U.S. Lower 48 states rose 0.8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) to a record 111.2 Bcf/d in September.

That topped the prior all-time high of 110.4 Bcf/d in August.

In top gas producing states, monthly output rose 0.1% to 31.2 Bcf/d in Texas and rose 0.3% to 20.5 Bcf/d in Pennsylvania.

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