Oil price boom expected following pandemic crash

From The Washington Examiner by Josh Siegel  | May 10, 2020 12:00 AM If history is a guide, an oil price boom is coming after the pandemic-generated crash. While the near-term demand picture is highly uncertain, as people reconsider their travel and work habits, this latest bust, the worst of them all, is unlikely to…

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Covid-19 and Russia collusion to kill shale! Film at 11.

Guest “Russia collusion” by David Middleton As the Democrat-media-fueled Covid-19 panic continues to batter the global economy, Russia thinks they see an opportunity to kill the evil capitalist “shale” players… Mar 7, 2020, 09:58am ESTRussia Yanks A Leg From U.S. Shale’s Three-Legged Stool David Blackmon ContributorEnergy For the last two-plus years, the U.S. shale industry…

Alpine High: Oil’s well that ends well… Except when it doesn’t.

Guest “you can’t win them all” by David Middleton Apache calls it quits on Alpine High after $3 billion chargeRachel Adams-Heard, Bloomberg, Thursday, February 27, 2020 Apache Corp. is officially calling it quits on a highly publicized but disappointing shale discovery in West Texas after vehemently defending the prospect for about three years. The Houston-based…

Vladimir Putin Endorses Elizabeth Warren… Sort of…

Guest “too fracking funny” by David Middleton Vlad the fractivist… Russia’s Putin says shale oil technologies are ‘barbaric’PUBLISHED WED, NOV 20 Sam Meredith Russian President Vladimir Putin has sharply criticized nations like the U.S. for ignoring the environmental impact of shale oil and gas production, describing it as a “barbaric” process that the Kremlin has no interest…

Another Ignorant Forecast of the Death of the Shale Boom

Guest “riiiight” by David Middleton From the perpetually wrong Nick Cunningham at Oil Price Dot Com… US Shale Production Is Set For A Steep DeclineBy Nick Cunningham – Oct 01, 2019 U.S. oil production fell in July, another worrying sign for the shale industry. The latest EIA data shows that oil output fell sharply in…

U.S. Set To Pump More Oil Than Russia And Saudis Combined

From Oilprice By Rystad Energy – Jan 24, 2019, 11:00 AM CST In a major shift, the United States is set to produce more oil and liquids than Russia and Saudi Arabia combined by 2025. In Rystad Energy’s base case oil price scenario, US liquids production is forecast to surpass 24 million barrels per day…