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Very informative charts help illustrate the extent to which the Permian basin is outstripping its rivals in terms of investor interest and deal flow. Confidence is not only illustrated in merger and acquisitions activity but also in how much companies are currently willing to invest in their own future. Capital expenditure plans are lower and less bullish than a year before, but operators are still displaying a greater level of confidence in being able to fund robust capex spends.
SOURCE: evaluateenergy.com
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The Permian Outstripping Rival U.S. Oil Producing Regions




The Permian Outstripping Rival U.S. Oil Producing Regions





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