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$1B Per Day from New Energy Sources
November 24, 2013 | ExxonMobil Perspectives

“One billion dollars every single day.

That is the rough measure of the benefit the U.S. economy is estimated to receive by the end of this year thanks to the development of new supplies of oil and natural gas.” Quoted from ExxonMobil Perspectives.


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