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The rocking and rolling of US oil production and prices

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Listen: The rocking and rolling of US oil production and prices

Rusty Braziel, CEO of RBN Energy and author of "The Domino Effect," stops by to talk with Platts senior oil editor Brian Scheid about some of the biggest influences on US shale producers at the moment, as well as questions about the future of crude oil.

Would OPEC members or other big producers give up potential market share to US shale producers? Would a further fall in crude prices prompt a steeper decline of shale production? How much pain are producers really feeling at the moment? Are current market movements based on market fundamentals or sweet emotion? And looking to the past, can we learn about how the dominoes may be falling in this downturn?

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