Transparency: How Much Oil Do We Get From Offshore Drilling?
As the Deepwater Horizon continues to leak oil at a rapid rate, many people are asking whether we should be drilling in the Gulf of Mexico at all, while others say offshore drilling in the Gulf is a necessary source of oil. To help settle this debate, this is a look at oil around the world, who is producing the most, and what we use it for in this country.
UPDATE TWO: We've updated the graphic. You can see the original here.
UPDATE: Thanks to the commenters for pointing it out, the graphic should indicate that the United States produces 1.5 million barrels a day from offshore drilling. We regret the error and the delay in correcting. We'll update the graphic shortly.
A collaboration between GOOD and Stanford Kay.
The First Clinton-Trump Debate Can Be Summed Up In These 4 Quotes Experts analyze the most revealing remarks from Monday night’s heated exchange
The GOP Arcade Is The Most Entertaining Video Game You Can’t Win Trying to get Trump’s taxes has never been so entertaining
11 International Foods You’re Probably Pronouncing Wrong You’ll never have to ask yourself “how the heck do I pronounce that?!” again
How Jose Fernandez’s Teammate Paid Perfect Tribute A Day After The Pitcher’s Death Dee Gordon was in tears after honoring his friend
Debate Descends Into Exchange Over Clinton’s Looks I don’t believe she has the stamina’’
The 7 Best Lines From Tonight’s Debate So Far ‘He started his career on this … racist lie’