The shale gas and tight oil boom: U.S. States’ economic gains and vulnerabilities

The shale gas and tight oil boom: U.S. States’ economic gains and vulnerabilities / Stephen P.A. Brown and Mine K. Yücel. Council of Foreign Relations, October 2013, 12 p. (Energy brief)

http://i.cfr.org/content/publications/attachments/Energy_Brief_Brown_Yucel.pdf

(…) in this paper Stephen Brown (UNLV and RFF) and Mine Yucel (Dallas Federal Reserve) present new state-by-state estimates of how the U.S. economy might react to future changes in oil prices – including ones stemming from geopolitical disruptions overseas. Their work updates previous estimates that they published nearly twenty years ago. Brown and Yucel find that most states have become less vulnerable to spiking oil prices. They also find that even oil-rich states are more diversified than they were in the past. The upshot is that they’ll be less vulnerable if oil prices plunge. But seven states retain the odd position of being vulnerable to oil price crashes even as the rest of the country would benefit from cheaper crude… read more on Energy, security and climate, Two New Looks at Energy and Security / Michael Levi , October 15, 2013)



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Danièle Revel (2013, 17 octobre). The shale gas and tight oil boom: U.S. States’ economic gains and vulnerabilities. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 18 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oamm

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