Shale Leader To Focus '16 Budget On Well Completion

November 2015
Investors Business Daily;11/6/2015, p00
The article focuses on Fortune 500 company EOG Resources which plans to have a high number of incomplete wells with focus on capital spending in 2016. Topics discussed include the unsustainability of oil prices, increase of oil production, and the stocks of several oil companies, which include Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron, and Royal Dutch Shell PLC.


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