Increasingly there arguments in favor of complete boom offshore oil - based on AMarkets.
Oil production in North Dakota dipped in September for the first time in 11 years. In September the mine site the size of 200 square miles (Bakken) produced 1.11 million barrels of crude, which is 1.1% lower than the same period in 2014. All because of sagging oil market - prices have fallen since July 2014 60%. Another indicator - the number of active drilling rigs (Baker Hughes) - decreased by 15% in October. Miners raw materials from North Dakota have closed about 67% of the towers in the region (data Bloomberg). Next - better not be exact. Earlier this week, oil mark WTI updated new price lows. It is expected that crude oil inventories in the US oil tankers will rise this week and it will be the ninth consecutive week of growth (forecast EIA).
The dynamics of oil production in North Dakota: