Tag Archives: Shale

Perspective In The Permian

For a bit of perspective, the entire state of California, which recently beat out the United Kingdom as the fifth biggest economy in the world, has around 10 active drilling rigs. The Permian Basin alone has nearly 500. Exxon Mobil … Continue reading

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COTD: U.S. Shale Breakeven Oil Prices

(COTD = Chart of the Day)                   Source:  World Bank-Global Monthly

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Has Opec’s strategy slowed US shale output? – FT

The price rout has led the leading energy forecasters to cut expectations for non-Opec crude output and increase their demand estimates for Opec oil. The FT’s Neil Hume and Anjli Raval discuss the outlook for oil production and the price … Continue reading

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Shale Plays

Great article and graphic in Monday’s Investor’s Business Daily about the country’s shale plays and how Texas is becoming a top oil producing region. Oil coaxed from the rapidly developing Eagle Ford and Permian Basin production areas recently lifted the … Continue reading

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