Technical gains continue, in spite of prices
The rapid downturn in oil prices has taken its toll on activity levels in major U.S. shale plays. And yet, in the mid- and long-term picture, these shale plays, and their counterparts across the globe, will be increasingly vital sources of production. Furthermore, it is the continuing, evolving progress in shale technology that drives these production gains.
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