US shale supply badly hit by price war and forced to become more resilient

US Shale Supply Badly Hit by Price War and Forced to Become More Resilient


Following the WTI price fall to around US$30 per barrel due to an oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia; Adrian Lara, Oil and Gas Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view: “There is no doubt the outlook is now quite difficult for indebted…

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