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What would domestic oil operators need to do to make the U.S. a swing producer?


    U.S. domestic crude oil output has soared in recent years, largely because of the development of unconventional oil fields. The rise has been rapid enough to raise the question of whether the U.S. is now in a position to act as a swing producer, capable of ramping up production quickly in response to new threats that might lead to supply disruptions.

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    Posted by Jennifer Delay Iacullo
    Jennifer DeLay Iacullo is a freelance writer specializing in global oil, gas, and power engineering topics. She has covered the energy industry of the former Soviet Union, China, Africa, Latin America and North America for more than 20 years. She lives in Atlanta with her family.