Benefits of the U.S. Oil and Natural Gas Boom are Permanent, Says Citi.
Forbes: The return of the U.S. as an energy superpower will not be a short-term event with the economic benefits likely to last “at least two generations”, according to the latest research from Citi.
That is one of the key findings in a report from the commodities team at the New York-based bank.
Titled “Energy 2020 Out of America” the 96-page document paints a picture of significant change flowing from increased oil and gas production in the U.S. including a dramatic reduction in the country’s current account deficit and a sharp increase in the value of the dollar.
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By Mary Leschper
Originally posted November 10, 2014
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