Tag: decline curves

  • US Shale Oil Dynamics in a Low Price Environment

    By: Trisha Curtis

    One of the biggest unanswered questions facing the market is whether or not relatively high-cost US shale oil production can survive in a relatively low oil price environment (sub $60 per barrel). This is the first economic test of the shale oil renaissance. While shale production has thus far proved resilient (due to a combination […]

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