Resilient U.S. Shale Industry Squeezing Out More Oil Than Expected

HOUSTON – The nation’s oil production is set to drop less than expected this year as drillers in West Texas and Oklahoma find ways to pump crude faster, and for less money, Goldman Sachs says.
U.S. crude output should fall by 650,000 barrels a day this year, the investment bank said

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