Looking forward to next year, Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) appears to be set on a material growth trajectory. Because of efficiency gains in the Eagle Ford and Bakken fields, along with several international plays, Marathon expects to grow its production by 6%-8% over 2012. This growth won't be starting from scratch, either. Momentum has been building throughout 2012 across the board, and the expectations for 2013 are well-warranted as management continues to divest lower-grade assets in favor of a high-grade portfolio. Tune in below where energy analyst Taylor Muckerman discusses these growth prospects in more detail.
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