The United States expects to increase shale oil production by 20 thousand barrels per day in March

Increased recovery is expected in four of the seven oil-bearing regions where tight oil production is concentrated, the report indicates. The greatest growth is predicted in the Permian Basin, where average daily shale oil production in March should increase by 14 thousand b/d, to 6.085 million b/d. In addition, an increase in production by 1 thousand barrels is expected in the Niobrara formation – up to 712 thousand b/d. In the Eagle Ford formation, the figure will increase by 5 thousand b/d, to 1.145 million b/d, in the Bakken formation – by 3 thousand b/d, to 1.206 million b/d.

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