The United States continues to be the world’s biggest exporter of crude oil and natural gas.
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, crude oil production in the United States rose by over 700,000 barrels per day in May, which was up by over 200,000 from the same month last year.
But the U.S. economy also saw the sharpest increase in oil production since January 2020.
It also grew by more than 1 million barrels per hour during the month, an increase of 1.8 million barrels a day.
As a result, the country’s total crude oil output in May rose by more over 1.6 million barrels.
The U.K. has the world record for the highest total production of crude, according to the BLS.
In May, the U and U.N. reported that the world exported about 6,500,000 metric tons of crude.
The production in May was a little over 2.7 million metric tons.
The largest export of crude was Russia, which exported 2.1 million metric ton in May.
The rest of the world also exported a bit more, but less than 2 million metric to the United Kingdom.
While the U, United Kingdom, and Canada have seen the biggest increases in production, the world overall has seen a decline in oil consumption.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recently reported that total consumption of oil decreased by 0.9% in May from the month before.
The OPEC member countries are all producing more oil than they consumed during the previous year.
However, OPEC countries have also been trying to diversify their oil supplies.
The Saudi Arabian Oil Company (SACOM) said in May that it will diversify its oil supply to include oil from non-OPEC sources.
According the SACOM, it is also looking to acquire oil from a variety of sources, including shale, unconventional, and unconventional oil sands.
The move has caused some concerns among some analysts that the U.-S.
partnership will hurt the U-S.
Oil prices rose in May as the U of S and the U’s allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar pumped more crude into the market.
However the price of oil has also been rising in recent months.
In recent weeks, prices have risen in the U., and China, which has been pushing for a reduction in its oil imports, has also increased its prices.
In a recent report, the International Monetary Fund predicted that by 2020, the global oil demand would be down about 2.2 million barrels, from 3.1m barrels in 2020.
The IMF noted that this is due to oil prices going down, but that the global economic downturn could have a negative impact on the supply of oil.
Still, experts predict that the United Sates economy will grow in the near term and oil demand will continue to grow.
Oil production in 2020 will likely continue to rise.
According data from IHS, oil production reached 2.45 million barrels in May and is expected to increase by about 1.1 to 2.5 million barrels by 2020.
However that is less than the 2.8-million-barrel increase forecast by the UBS.
Oil is currently trading at a price of about $80 per barrel.