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Implications of a Biden administration for North America oil supply

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26 February 2021

Implications of a Biden administration for North America oil supply

Report summary

President Biden promised to take unprecedented executive actions to drive historic progress on a clean energy revolution. From day one, he signed a series of Executive Orders to tackle the issues he promised to address, including re-joining the Paris Climate Agreement, revoking the permit for Keystone XL pipeline, as well as reviewing onshore and offshore oil and gas permitting processes. Although the Executive Orders issued so far have had little impact, we examine the potential implications of the recent rules and regulations announced by the Biden Administration on the North American upstream industry.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Pre-election Biden Administration scenarios
  • Impact of scenarios on Gulf of Mexico production
  • Map of Alaska by jurisdiction
  • Impact of Scenarios on Alaska production
  • Map of all Lower 48 horizontal wells and federal lands
  • Biden Administration worst case scenarios for Lower 48 supply
  • Impact of scenarios on Lower 48 production
  • Impact of scenarios on Lower 48 production – shift to non-federal drilling sensitivity
  • Western Canada long-haul pipeline infrastructure

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    Onshore Lower 48 - Federal Leases And Permits How Much Could US Tight Oil Shrink

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    Implications of a Biden administration for North America oil supply

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