Rockies

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September 2020
The catastrophic demand decline initiated by coronavirus lockdowns significantly damaged the U.S. oil industry, with oversupply, historically low storage capacity, and low prices. Operators responded by stacking rigs and shutting-in production.
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July 2019
Elected officials are doing their best to kill off the golden goose in two states that have benefitted mightily from the shale revolution.
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February 2018
Shale operators are increasing U.S. crude production in response to oil prices that are, so far, trending more favorably this year, due largely to decisions by OPEC and Russia to curb production.
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August 2017
Drilling activity is noticeably higher, as American drillers climb out from historically low levels.
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August 2016
Well, good luck with that
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March 2015
Capital shift squeezes unconventional prospects
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