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  • The Scriptorium

    11/27/2014

    OPEC Policy Ensures U.S. Shale Crash, Russian Tycoon Says

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 9:43 am

    We need to produce MORE oil. More from shale, more from the pipeline Obama so hates, more from Alaska. We need multiple sources of oil so that OPEC can’t target us. Put OPEC out of business. We aren’t over a barrel here. We have plenty of resources to become completely independent of our oil overlords. We just need the right President to get in there and do it.

    OPEC policy on crude production will ensure a crash in the U.S. shale industry, a Russian oil tycoon said.

    The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries kept output targets unchanged at a meeting in Vienna today even after this year’s slump in the oil price caused by surging supply from U.S shale fields.

    American producers risk becoming victims of their own success. At today’s prices of just over $70 a barrel, drilling is close to becoming unprofitable for some explorers, Leonid Fedun, vice president and board member at OAO Lukoil (LKOD), said in an interview in London.

    “In 2016, when OPEC completes this objective of cleaning up the American marginal market, the oil price will start growing again,” said Fedun, who’s made a fortune of more than $4 billion in the oil business, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. “The shale boom is on a par with the dot-com boom. The strong players will remain, the weak ones will vanish.”

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