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19 May 2017 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

As President Trump heads to Saudi Arabia, the oil cartel looks set to extend production cuts. It may buoy prices and keep drills running. But efficient U.S. wells in the Permian and elsewhere will benefit most, limiting increases. It’ll be hard for OPEC to regain the upper hand.

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