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When the precursor to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) was established in 1976, people in this country, and elsewhere, lived in an “information-poor world.” If you wanted domestic oil production numbers, you might not have known where to look for answers. Even if you did know where to look, you might not have trusted the response you got.

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