• The US government’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) has revised down its expectations for the fall in crude output in both 2016 and 2017. It now forecasts 2016 output of 8.77mn b/d, down 650,000 b/d on 2015’s record 9.42mn b/d. For 2017 it forecasts 8.51mn b/d, down a further 260,000 b/d on 2016. These falls are markedly lower than those forecast earlier this year: in April – coming on the back of Q1 average WTI prices of $33/B – the EIA had...
US Output: Is The Bottom Near?
Published on Fri, 09 Sep 2016 - Volume: 59 Issue: 36Print
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