Industry endures the Big Plunge ///

Not since the great price collapse of 1986 has the global upstream industry seen such a major downturn in oil prices and activity, particularly in North America, as has occurred from late 2014 forward. Initially, most analysts and company CEOs in the E&P sector were hopeful that the initial downturn in prices experienced in late 2014 would only last several quarters.

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