Shale growth or fiscal discipline – What’s ahead for US producers?
After a tumultuous 2020, the upstream oil and gas industry is steadily recovering from the global pandemic. Our upstream expert, Raoul LeBlanc, discusses the role US shale producers play in determining the global price of oil and our upstream outlook for the coming months. See his thoughts:
Posted 31 August 2021
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