Higher U.S. Oil Drilling Has An Unexpected Effect

Higher U.S. Oil Drilling Has An Unexpected Effect

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Platts reported some unusual findings last week as part of a new study. Looking at oil versus natural gas drilling in the U.S. The analysts found that since 2008 there has been a concerted shift toward drilling of oil targets. Among companies that make up the Standard & Poor’s Oil &…

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