High Acreage Costs Price Out Competition in Permian


The U.S.’ most saturated shale oil play has become too saturated with companies trying to squeeze out a profit. Land and asset prices are reaching for the sky and that new situation has many operators looking for “greener pastures.” The Permian bubble continues as land prices continue to climb. Acreage…

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Eissler, former editor-in- chief of Oil & Gas Engineering magazine, previously worked as an editor for Dubai-based The Oil & Gas Year Magazine.

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