Oil, gas both reach production highs, but falling prices will drag output down
Crude oil and condensate. U.S. crude oil production surged broadly across different regions in 2014, particularly in the Bakken and Eagle Ford shale plays of North Dakota and Texas, respectively. Crude oil prices spent much of the summer of 2014 hovering above $100/bbl, which kept operators’ gaze firmly fixed on petroleum liquids. As prices declined modestly into the fall, production kept up a blistering pace, surpassing 9 MMbpd in October.
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