Adam Sieminski, the administrator of the US Energy Information Administration, said the agency predicts that as many as 13 million barrels per day of crude oil could be produced in the next decade.
Major expansion programs will help meet producers' capacity demands.
Could the Springer shale push the Sooner State’s output past Alaska and California?
Forecasts of an ever-increasing role for condensate are pouring out of the Eagle Ford.
Despite limited demand and large supply levels, NGL prices have been holding firm.
A new government report points to increased safety risks brought on by the shale gale.