Producing oil wells tick down as price begins to hit
The total number of active, producing oil wells in the U.S. dropped slightly during 2015, a trend that looks set to sharpen this year, as the oil price decline begins to exact its toll on the industry. According to World Oil’s forecast data, the total number of active oil wells declined to 594,436 from 597,281, a 0.5% decline.
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