Month: March 2020

Jamie Keech

A Look Under the Hood of U.S. Shale Oil Production with Scott Lapierre

“We have always known that shale oil wells decline fast… but the reality is, they decline even faster than expected.” Scott Lapierre has spent the last 25 years working in the oil industry as a petrophysicist. He worked for Halliburton, ConocoPhillips, and Pioneer Natural Resources before going on to start

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Three Currencies, One’s Corrected and The Others….ooh boy!

I don’t know if you saw it but the Ruskies fell out of bed with the head choppers Saudis last week.  As my friend, Mike Alkin, recently mentioned on this chat (join if you dare). Interesting times, indeed. Here’s Occidental, a pretty good barometer for the US shale industry. Still,

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These Changes Promise to Completely Change Global Markets

While scenes of frowning people wearing face masks continue to capture and maintain the limelight there have been some very important shifts gaining momentum in the global political landscape. Wuhan Zombie flu I mean COVID-19 and the economic knock on effects of the virus will likely only exacerbate and accelerate

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