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EIA: U.S. shale output set to rise by 145,000 bpd in June

 

 

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Petroleumworld 05 15 2018

U.S. shale production for June is expected to rise by about 145,000 barrels per day to 7.18 million bpd, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Monday.

Bakken output is expected to rise by 20,000 bpd to 1.24 million bpd, while Eagle Ford production is set to rise by 33,000 bpd to 1.39 million bpd.

Oil production from the Permian Basin is expected to climb by 78,000 bpd to 3.28 million bpd, the EIA added in its monthly drilling productivity report here #tabs-summary-2.

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