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Economic Diversity: How Much Does Texas Rely on Energy?Economic Diversity: How Much Does Texas Rely on Energy?By Luis Torres2013-07-10T05:00:00Ztierra-grande
Oil and Gas
Texas has benefited in recent years from a rapid expansion in the production of oil and natural gas from unconventional sources, primarily oil and gas shale. This increase in the importance of the petroleum and natural gas industry in the state’s economy has had some initial effects on the structure and variability of the Texas economy, showing a tendency toward greater specialization and greater variance. Digital and Print2036https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/economic-diversity-how-much-does-texas-rely-on-energy

 

 

Economic Diversity: How Much Does Texas Rely on Energy?Economic Diversity: How Much Does Texas Rely on Energy?Oil and Gas
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