Shale ‘resetting’ American production
Unconventional plays such as the Bakken promise to bring production back to midcentury highs, but price impacts could follow
For Petroleum News Bakken
Unconventional oil is poised to “reset” energy markets, lifting U.S. production above its midcentury peak and upending global prices, according to an analyst with PFC Energy.
Calling it the “Great American Energy Reset,” Janak Mayer, manager of upstream issues for the global consulting firm, recent....
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