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Questions about shale production arise as U.S. oil production falls

by Scott Tong Oct 1, 2019
Analysts have raised questions about the limits of shale oil wells in the United States.
A high-pressure gas line crosses over a canal in an oil field over the Monterey Shale formation where fracking is used to extract oil and gas in Lost Hills, California, in 2014.
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It's not just big oil that's struggling

by Kai Ryssdal, Mukta Mohan, and Bridget Bodnar Sep 17, 2015
Smaller companies are getting by plugging wells for customers.
Small oil companies are feeling the squeeze of falling prices, too.
Courtesy Plants & Goodwin Inc.
The Crude Economy

How an oil rush made LA the city it is today

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 18, 2014
After first oil well was drilled in 1892, derricks became a symbol of Los Angeles.