The typical operating procedure in a shale play is to go full speed ahead, drill a bevy of wells, and deliver production to pipelines and rail cars, as quickly as possible. However, prominent shale player BHP Billiton, for one, believes that the long-term vitality of an asset may best be served by decelerating a bit and taking a more studied approach to development.
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