Low oil prices seen as positive for US shale

Global Trade Review | Melodie Michel

According to industry experts at this year’s US Exim conference, U.S. shale will being revolutionized by technology and efficiency, such that it stands to fare well despite the low-price environment.

Low oil prices will not have a negative impact on the US shale industry, but rather will help it consolidate, according to speakers at the US Exim conference. While many in the oil sector expect the price drop to prompt a production decline for US shale – which would in turn lead to a supply cut and push prices back up – experts speaking at the Washington event said the industry would be surprised by its resilience.

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