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Oil prices could be in for second crash

US storage fears may be overblown but shale drillers continue to churn more oil than the market demands.

Nathan Smith
Fri, 20 Mar 2015

Crude oil prices may be set for a second crash as US shale drillers continue churning out more oil as US storage tanks begin to fill up.

Although a double dip in global crude oil prices might help consumers, it will frustrate oil producers as some, like Italy’s ENI, are already slashing

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Nathan Smith
Fri, 20 Mar 2015
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