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Bottom of the barrel

12 November 2014 By Kevin Allison

Conventional wisdom holds that U.S. shale drillers will put a floor under world prices by pumping less if oil drops much below $80 a barrel. But committed costs and falling labor and equipment rates change the calculus. That could slow any response to falling prices.

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