Bakken shale registers drop in drilling activity amid substantial decline in oil prices

Bakken Shale Registers Drop in Drilling Activity Amid Substantial Decline in Oil Prices


The Bakken Shale play, the second largest oil producing region in the U.S. after the Permian Basin, has witnessed a considerable fall in drilling activity in 2020. The crude price crash was the main driver to the shut in of producing wells and decrease in drilling activity in this region,…

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