The fallout of the collapse in oil prices has a lot of side effects apart from the decline of rig counts and oil flows.
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To get some understanding of what will drive future developments on Light Tight Oil (LTO) extraction in Bakken, it is helpful to look at individual companies.
Chris Nelder on why peak oil isn't dead.
With a new UK government in place much sooner than expected, what do the next five years hold?
When politics works properly, everyone gets something. Each side trades perceived value to get to an end result.
Irrespective of price, geology is trumping technology in the Bakken and Eagle Ford plays.
To separate the hype from reality on US shale oil, our podcast guest is Arthur Berman, a geological consultant with 34 years of experience in petroleum exploration and production.
Within a couple of years, those of us who have spent most of the past two decades warning about the approaching peak may see vindication by data, if not by public opinion.
This analysis shows that only around one quarter of a drop of 1.7 mb/d since 2005/06 can be explained by the tight oil boom.
Not long ago, I wrote Ten Reasons Why High Oil Prices are a Problem. If high oil prices can be a problem, how can low oil prices also be a problem? In particular, how can the steep drop in oil prices we have recently been experiencing also be a problem?