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Here today, gone tomorrow

23 August 2018 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

Shale oil helped the U.S. state’s main ports become an exporter of oil for the first time in April. Producers are basking in prices up around 40 percent in a year, and profits that encourage pumping. Tariffs, rising costs and the ease of closing the spigots can quickly change that.

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