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Crude Oil Exports Unleash the Supply Chain
IHS study co-sponsored by EEIA documents the jobs and output gains that result with the lifting of the crude oil export ban by Congress in late 2015. Lifting the ban adds $26 billion to $47 billion to GDP and supports 124,000 to 240,000 jobs per year on average during the 2016-30 period. In the potential production case, 439,000 supply chain jobs are created by 2018 with the export ban lifted.

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Unconventional Oil and Gas Supply Chain Jobs to Grow to 757,000
Employment related to unconventional oil and gas production in these supply chain industries totaled 524,000 jobs in 2012 and is expected to grow 45 percent to 757,000 jobs in 2025, equal to 41 percent of total direct and indirect employment supported by unconventional oil and gas value chain activity.

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