Shale Restraint Could Lift Oil to $80

Oil Price | Nick Cunningham

According to Goldman Sachs, if the U.S. oil and gas industry reduces service costs through productivity gains and increased efficiencies, and do not drill recklessly, oil prices should continue to rise.

Brent recently hit $70 per barrel and WTI surpassed $64.50, and oil executives from the Middle East to Texas no doubt popped some champagne. The big question is whether or not U.S. shale will spoil the party by ramping up production to extraordinary heights, setting off another downturn. The EIA made headlines a few days ago when it predicted that U.S. oil production would surge this year and next, topping 11 million barrels per day by the end of 2019.

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