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 “I’m confident that we can assume the Iranian barrels into the marketplace over time and then U.S. shale is no longer going to be a threat to OPEC and OPEC+.” 

                                                                            Scott Sheffield, PXD

EOG's next 5,500 shale oil wells in the US are going to be 2 times better than than the previous 6,000; just watch. Read about it on Forum Stuff. Its Dorado gas play in Webb County gets a look see on Chart Stuff 

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A complicated cased hole gravel pack and wash down screen and liner setting on a shallow GC well,

with drone footage.

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