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The United States uses about 100 quads (quadrillion BTUs) of energy annually, about twenty percent of total world consumption. Much of this consumption powers US production of over a quarter of the world's gross domestic product (GDP). So the sources and uses of this energy are a high-stakes challenge.
Finding the most efficient, reliable, and economical means of producing energy is key. Tax policies and environmental issues shape decisions about energy production and consumption. National security is a critical factor. An exciting development in meeting these needs are the discovery and production of vast reserves of natural gas and oil right here in the United States.
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Starks Energy Economics (SEE) is a consulting business led by Laura Starks, CEO. Our focus is threefold: a) providing quarterly reports on energy segments ranging from North Dakota Bakken oil to electric utilities' natural gas use, b) supplying summary reports and financials each month to subscribing investors interested in discovering smaller energy companies such as south Texas drillers or MidContinent refiners; and c) speaking, often for continuing education credit, about energy economics to groups like the Project Management Institute (PMI), the Houston Chemical Association, Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (COPAS), Dallas Association for Financial Professionals, and Investment Network.
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