Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
The surge of oil in Texas has never been stronger; in fact, daily production recently hit its highest level since 1984. The rise of "Texas Tea" has pumped millions of barrels of crude oil from the ground (around 200 million barrels a month), which means that if Texas were its own country, it would be one of the 15 largest oil producers in the world (source: FuelFix.com, July 10th, 2013, http://www.Ez.com/FuelFixJuly2013).
Since Texas oil output has doubled in less than three years alone, housing shortages have been on the rise, and the major cities of Dallas, Houston, and Austin are booming . According to Fuel Fix, an energy news source, a contributing factor to this housing shortage is due to the spike in oil production levels: "Statistics from the U.S. Energy Information Administration show onshore oil production increased nationally by more than 2 million barrels a day — or nearly two-thirds — between February 2010 and February 2013."(source: FuelFix.com, July 6th, 2013 http://www.Ez.com/FuelFixHS)
While the numbers of crude oil production continue to fly off the charts, many individuals have looked to the United States' oil fields to grow their portfolios (source: Investor Place, July 10, 2013 http://www.Ez.com/InvestorPlace). One company that is helping individuals take advantage of this exciting time is Carson Energy, which works with their partners to provide joint-venture opportunities across the United States.
Based in Austin, TX, Carson Energy provides insight into new oil and natural gas fields popping up in Texas and across the nation. The company's website has built-in modules that feed in data from the field, keeping clients informed every day. As Carson Senior Executive Officer Steve Owen notes, "Our clients receive constant reports on what's happening in the field on their particular project, ensuring that our company keeps partners informed."
To learn more about the Texas oil revolution, visit http://www.CarsonEnergy.com.