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U.S. energy firms descend on West Texas’ Permian Basin as oil recovers

In most U.S. shale oil regions, energy firms are making strategic but cautious bets as the price of oil holds above $50 a barrel. In the Permian Basin of West Texas, the largest U.S. oil patch, the industry poured more than $28 billion into land acquisitions last year – more than triple what they spent…

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US shale oil shifting to lower cost curve; more plays viable at $60 bbl: Wood Mac study

A price of $60 or less for a barrel of Brent crude should not hinder the commerciality of most new drilling projects in U.S. tight oil plays, according to the latest study unveiled by Wood Mackenzie, which said its global oil market analysis showed that 70% of such projects and conventional oil projects in the…

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