A Failure Of OPEC+ Could Turn The U.S. Oil Boom Into Another Bust?


By David Blackmon

The prevailing conventional “wisdom” appears to be that they will take their medicine one more time, and agree to at least extend their agreement through the end of 2019, and possibly make further cuts to their export levels. One thing is certain: The U.S. industry, which has benefited greatly from the OPEC+ agreement, is holding its collective breath hoping that does happen. Because if it doesn’t, this great oil boom of the past few years could turn into another bust almost overnight. @ forbes.com

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