US shale industry is on the brink of "survival"


The fall in world prices for black gold, caused by Russia's refusal to reduce production proposed by OPEC and the demarche of Saudi Arabia, has put shale companies in the United States on the brink of survival.


The economic publication Financial Times sounded the alarm instantly. Yesterday, it was suggested on its pages that the situation on the exchanges where the shares of "shale" oil companies in the United States are placed is "critically close to economic distress." We are talking about a fall to the pre-default level of bonds in the amount of about 110 billion dollars, which is at least 12% of the total number of securities issued by American oil and gas companies. Callon Petroleum and Oasis Petroleum, Continental Resources and Occidental Petroleum, Chesapeake Energy and Parsley - this is not a complete list of enterprises in the sector whose bonds literally lost half or more of their value in a day.

According to the Financial Times, the volume of bad debts of the “shale” almost instantly increased to an alarming amount of $ 175 billion and has a tendency to increase. Having gained huge amounts of loans, the “shale” industry has recently begun to cause deep disappointment to many investors who expected fast and stable profits from it. According to American financial analysts, the country's banking sector is increasingly refusing oil companies new loans - especially after, according to reports, last year they were forced to write off at least a billion "bad" debts.

Bloomberg analysts are even more categorical, calling what is happening "blood bath", "natural disaster" and "killing the shale sector." According to their forecasts, if the price of a barrel of “black gold” lasts below the level of $ 30 for any long time, oil companies will not even have to pay the rent of the areas where they are producing, not to mention dividends and other things. At the same time, many experts, analyzing the current situation, accuse the “shale workers” themselves, who are about to break out, who were infinitely increasing their production and did not think about what this could ultimately lead to.

For example, Pickering Energy Partners asset manager Dan Pickering believes that the industry “shot itself on its own foot”, taking OPEC countries to reduce their exports as an incentive to pump more and more barrels from the bowels of the earth. Now its representatives have every chance of being at a trough. However, not only they ... Already not political, but economic analysts today reflect on the fact that Donald Trump, perhaps, was in a hurry to thank Riyadh and Moscow "for cheap gasoline." Some of them predict that if the barrel by the time of the presidential election in the United States does not climb above the current $ 35, the current owner of the White House can completely forget about any chance of victory in the country's oil-producing regions (in Texas).

Well, perhaps the decision not to reduce the level of “black gold” production made by our country and already criticized several times both inside it and outside Russia was not so rash as it might seem at first glance.
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  1. snifer 11 March 2020 08: 06 New
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    Decay soon, America kirdyk, do not believe me, look at the TV. I went for felling!
    1. Malyuta 11 March 2020 08: 27 New
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      Quote: snifer
      Decay soon, America kirdyk, do not believe me, look at the TV. I went for felling!

      morels will go soon, well, and oak bark again.
      Scrapers now do not have to think about tinning, but how much the pills will go up.
      1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 08: 44 New
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        Yeah, and given that almost all of the wells are insured there, the oil industry of Zaluzhi will not suffer much loss.
        An article to moisten the dreams of scrapers.
        1. Malyuta 11 March 2020 09: 06 New
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          Quote: Honest Citizen
          An article to moisten the dreams of scrapers.

          That's right, Comrade! Carriers of highly spiritual bonds constantly dream of the near end of America, the explosion of Yellowstone, the agonizing geyrop, that even they have no reason to think, and who will they sell hydrocarbons to? By the way, alcohol has long been learned to make from natural gas ......
          1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 10: 02 New
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            When I hear about the death of America / dollar / capitalism, for some reason I always remember Misha Leontiev lol
            1. New Year day 11 March 2020 10: 24 New
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              Quote: Dante

              When I hear about the death of America / dollar / capitalism, for some reason I always remember Misha Leontiev


              highly paid buffoon and provocateur. Especially after satellite images of a Ukrainian plane near a Boeing
              1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 16: 17 New
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                jester and provocateur

                And are you talking about the creator of the main pillar of our society - the United Russia party? How is it possible? laughing lol
                1. bayard 12 March 2020 08: 01 New
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                  You don’t dare to Misha - he is smartly smart and hard-witted in his position. You can’t curtail it with simple crookedness. He now in his position (position in Rosneft) bends the hegemon tightly. So the panic on the exchanges drew up, the parasites incur losses. And they will bear it, for they deserve it.
                  What is your homeric sarcasm about?
                  About scrapes?
                  In vain.
                  Our braces are so intricate that everything is held together with us ... how many enemies do not bend us, and horseradish (useful plant) is bent ... because this is a Russian secret.
                  Here I am, for example, the great-nephew of the commander of the Chapaev’s division (the one commanded after his death was a friend of Vasily Ivanovich), and in childhood I was friends with the younger grandson of the same general Borodin that the Chapaev’s headquarters defeated ... and our friendship went on in the village of my grandfather mine, which bears the name of one of the sons of Genghis Khan (the Cossack village in the past) ... And nothing in our friendship bothered us, there was only one secret - the secret of his grandfather ... held together ...
                  Or, there’s another friend of mine, his great-grandfather fought in the army of Kolchak (officer), his grandfather heroed the Great Patriotic War (also an officer), his father is not one of the last in authority,
                  the uncle was generally the head of a special department of the district ... Everyone served the Fatherland in due time - such a cross.
                  Or here, in the Donbass ... wouldn’t it be possible for them to survive without them? Against the regular army, special services and national battalions?
                  Because they knew - She was behind her, and therefore rested against death. And what would we be able to do without our own brotherhood, with all the boundless? Without the North Wind? When helpers came to our aid even from America (including Latin) ...
                  Scraps!
                  They are like that - you don’t seem to see it, but you feel FEEL like trouble.
                  Feel like a brick in the masonry.

                  And without the braces, there it is, the tumbleweed rolled. Wherever the wind goes there, it swears cursed.

                  And on the topic topic ... so after all, according to the budget rule, more than $ 40. it’s impossible to get into the treasury from the barrels, no matter how much you don’t lift the price .... In order for such disgrace to happen, you need a constitution written by the Americans to correct, so that neither the International Bank, nor the World Bank, nor any commission (again international) could tell us.
                  But how to fix this disgrace, as we denounce the pig agreements, then we can start to live with our own mind.
                  And it’s what they piled up on - the President is the “guarantor of the constitution”. So it’s spelled out - go and guarantee the authors of this document all their rights ... to Russia.
                  That is why the Voting of the People’s Guarantor was instituted by Voting in order to save us all from this misfortune. And the right of the Russian Law, to put above all rights in Russia.
                  For that, Russia saved up strength for 20 years.
                  And for the right to live according to its Law, it is also necessary to fight, come on, it will have to ... Will - it is taken by force.

                  And in a war without Scrap - nowhere. wink
            2. bayard 12 March 2020 07: 00 New
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              Eco upset you from the brace.
              And what did Misha lie to?
              What is US bankrupt?
              Isn’t that so?
              What has plugged this American hole all these years with?
              By emission.
              And zeroing credit rates.
              By non-market - by force / deception, the dollar is imposed as a world currency ... but it has already been emitted so much that the whole world costs several times less.
              The bubble?
              He is .
              But while America is in force (military, financial, administrative), it holds the whole world under the dollar.
              And she, and the whole West, and many of their followers - all live in debt.
              How long can I borrow and not give?
              As long as your creditors are afraid of you and have no strength to claim theirs.
              And if the hegemonic forces are not the same?
              If there are boys in the area who themselves can give in the eye?
              Firstly, these guys will not lend you anymore.
              Secondly, they can start taking under their "roof" those who do not want to lend, but have no strength.
              And now the hegemon already ... problems - they give less and less debt.
              And others already strive to give in the face.
              With batons in front of the nose they start to wave ...
              And the hegemon begins to languish.
              After all, he used to behave like himself - only another bankruptcy is coming up, he is coming and robbing someone ... and life is getting better ...
              And now it’s scary - strong guys in the area wound up.
              And bargain with them - the rest will decide after all that the "king" is not real ...
              Strong such ...
              Where did they get the fortress from?
              It can be seen ... STAPLES ...
              Here are the guys on the street - it’s kind of not very rich ... but - strong - bondmen ... lol

              Or do you think that the hegemon is still CSO-GO?
              And he has nothing to repair ships with ...
              And the planes are falling apart ...
              And weapons-grade uranium / plutonium has forgotten how to mine, and the reserves ... have run out ...
              And his tanks, and other armored vehicles (and artillery) ... poop ...
              And now he has exported some raw materials, and agricultural products ... yes, weapons are expensive and not very high-quality jackals so far ... but more and more they are looking at the boys - they will buy from one, then from the other ...
              And it doesn’t seem either formidable or beautiful to the residents of the region ... as before ...
              And sadly and terribly to the hegemon ...
              Because without hegemony he is ... poop.
              And the boys, while they were gaining strength in the gyms, always said so ... like Misha just ... because they knew that their time would come, and his time would end.
              And meanwhile, the braces bent and bent ...
              Screaders - what to take from them ... request bully
          2. Alekseev 11 March 2020 11: 03 New
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            Quote: Malyuta
            constantly dreaming about the near end of america

            Do not confuse a cherub with a hairdresser. laughing
            America let itself live up to the above explosion. But you don’t need to climb into your alien garden with your expensive oil (and gas). They have enough business already. Let the duties on Chinese goods increase, which is not enough for them, so they also began to squeeze the clay until oil was dispensed from it.
          3. Insurgent 12 March 2020 06: 47 New
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            Quote: Malyuta
            By the way, alcohol has long been learned to make from natural gas ......

            Uhhh ... What a nasty thing! stop
        2. Svarog 11 March 2020 09: 44 New
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          Quote: Honest Citizen
          Yeah, and given that almost all of the wells are insured there, the oil industry of Zaluzhi will not suffer much loss.

          So it’s not for a long time to “uncover” the wells when the oil goes up .. The only way to be successful is to develop industry, science, electronics .. But not with this power ..
          1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 09: 47 New
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            Well, this can not be explained to the strepys. They only have in their head “rising from their knees and HPP”
        3. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 10: 02 New
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          Quote: Honest Citizen
          that there almost all wells are insured

          and insurance is taken from the air?
      2. Stas157 11 March 2020 08: 49 New
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        US shale industry is on the brink of "survival"

        They have a shale, this is an industry. In our country, oil is the basic component of the entire economy. They have a dollar, as it was, it is, and we already have it at 72 rubles.
        1. Mavrikiy 11 March 2020 09: 42 New
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          Crybaby. hi
          They have a shale, this is an industry. Yes, for there is also traditional prey.
          In our country, oil is the basic component of the entire economy. Gas - is not the base? Off topic, I see.
          They have a dollar, as it was, it is, and we already have it at 72 rubles. If a cow dies in this neighbor, the price of milk will soar like a rocket. repeat
          1. Stas157 11 March 2020 13: 07 New
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            Quote: Mavrikiy
            weeper.

            Some members of the forum have one interesting feature - when they get hurt by other people's comments, they begin to accuse opponents of nagging. Better go to fresh air, breathe, calm down ... Writing nasty things to people is not the best way.

            Quote: Barmaleyka
            it is far from it

            Well, what’s wrong? Ruble devalued or strengthened against the dollar? Over time, all currencies lose in value, but the ruble is faster.
            1. Stas157 11 March 2020 14: 10 New
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              Quote: Stas157
              but the ruble is faster

              * but the ruble is makes faster.

              I apologize. Time trouble, wrote quickly and inattentively.
        2. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 10: 28 New
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          Quote: Stas157
          They have a dollar, as it was, it is, and we already have it at 72 rubles.

          it is far from it
          1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 11: 08 New
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            specially for minus one
            https://www.statbureau.org/ru/united-states/inflation-calculators?dateBack=1996-2-1&dateTo=2019-12-1&amount=90
          2. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 11: 11 New
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            yes let them believe ...
        3. bayard 12 March 2020 08: 25 New
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          Quote: Stas157
          They have a shale, this is an industry. In our country, oil is the basic component of the entire economy. They have a dollar, as it was, it is, and we already have it at 72 rubles.

          It seems that they themselves answered their bewilderment, but did not enlighten.
          If oil in Russia is the “basic component of the economy,” then it means that more rubles will go into the budget in RUBLES. And its inside will become cheaper \ more interesting than foreign.
          According to the budget rule, over $ 40 to the treasury. a cent will not hit a barrel.
          No
          Never.
          Until the constitution recovers and becomes truly the Constitution.
          In the meantime, it seems it's time to pull up the banners "Buy domestic."
          Russia, having a surplus budget and huge reserves, can keep the price in the range of 30-40 dollars for years. Meanwhile, the American shale industry will grunt, barely catching its breath. And the markets they captured will return again ... who needs it.
          And it is necessary - to us.
          And there will be no shale oil ... there will be no gas - after all, they are getting more and more like a satellite.
          If this is a war, the battle must be accepted.
          And win.
      3. Evil543 11 March 2020 09: 07 New
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        Nobody shouted that for a month the buck jumped by almost a dozen, how sharply it rushed to the top five. And someone thinks that we responded to sanctions on SP2. Minus one. what
        1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 09: 53 New
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          And someone thinks that we responded to sanctions on SP2.

          Oops This is the "flight of thought a."
          So for you, I’ll explain. The budget of the Russian Federation includes (allocate? Not?) The price of oil at 42 bucks. It’s kind of like the ruble got rid of oil, isn't it? So ... it’s kind of like there (you read, otherwise I’m crap here), the budget says that all incomes that are above 42 bucks go to the NWF (which by the way is in the USA, and it insures their own shale, but it’s not important to scraps), but everything below 42 bucks is compensated by oil companies from the same NWF.
          In other words, Sechin needs a collapse in oil prices in order for the NWF to transfer to its accounts.
          Is it more intelligible?
          1. Evil543 11 March 2020 10: 02 New
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            Among other things, the probable bankruptcy of the US shale energy as a result of falling oil prices is Moscow’s “response” to Washington for sanctions against Nord Stream 2.
            News day

            This is what you respect, explain to them, and not to me. I voiced the read hi
          2. Evil543 11 March 2020 10: 08 New
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            Will you apologize?
          3. A009 11 March 2020 10: 24 New
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            "-compensated for oil companies from the same NWF."
            Could you clarify this entry? link to the document.
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              1. A009 11 March 2020 11: 18 New
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                Now re-read these same links and stop writing nonsense !!
                Adult people lie like small children. What OIL company (as you wrote above) will at least reimburse a penny there?
              2. A009 11 March 2020 11: 19 New
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                You are not an honest citizen. You are either stupid (you didn’t read what you are referring to) or a liar if this is a deliberate misrepresentation.!
                1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 11: 33 New
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                  "Fears about a significant reduction in energy consumption due to a slowdown in the global economy and a decrease in traffic flows have led to lower Urals oil prices below the base level established by the budget rule," the Finance Ministry said.

                  from the article.
                  The lost oil and gas revenues of the federal budget are funded by the National Welfare Fund (NWF), the agency said on Monday, March 9, pointing to the mechanism of the budget rule.

                  ibid.
                  So what have I deceived and whom?
                  1. A009 11 March 2020 11: 37 New
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                    I will allow you to quote again "-compensates for oil companies from the same NWF."
                    You do not see the difference between compensation to Russia’s budget due to a decrease in revenues from excise taxes and taxes from OIL and GAS companies and compensation to the oil and gas companies themselves?
                    1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 11: 41 New
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                      So. Clear.
                      Let's get it right. A company (any oil industry) deducts taxes to the budget subject to an oil price of 42 bucks per barrel. According to the laws of the Russian Federation, she pays VAT, but since she sells the goods abroad, she receives a VAT refund.
                      Further. That oil price fell, well, say up to 20 bucks. Those. the budget will receive less profit from taxation from 22 bucks a barrel. And compensates this amount from the NWF.
                      Right?
                      But ... the company will receive compensation for VAT from 42 bucks.
                      So so what ...
                      1. Golovan Jack 11 March 2020 12: 18 New
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                        Quote: Honest Citizen
                        the company will receive compensation for VAT from 42 bucks

                        Once again - this, to put it mildly, not true. At least you haven’t provided a document confirming this yet.

                        Waiting for yes
                      2. A009 11 March 2020 12: 27 New
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                        No not like this. If you argue, then again google that this is not VAT. This is a mineral extraction tax. It is not compensated in any way. I do not understand why you are arguing and saying completely incorrect data?
                      3. Alexander X 11 March 2020 21: 26 New
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                        VAT from the budget is returned to exporters for goods sold abroad exclusively in that part of the VAT that these exporters paid to their suppliers when purchasing goods, works, services from them aimed at producing exported goods! Read the Tax Code of the Russian Federation. And you are not an honest citizen, but either an ignorant scribbler or a provocateur ...
                2. Cut Samshitov 11 March 2020 12: 23 New
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                  Quote: A009
                  You are not an honest citizen. You are either stupid (you didn’t read what you are referring to) or a liar if this is a deliberate misrepresentation.!

                  Judging by the beloved word "scrapbook" of this citizen (a word from the category of "padded jacket", "Separ", "Colorado"), he is clearly not a Russian citizen. In general, the next "daughter of an officer" and everything is ambiguous.
              3. Golovan Jack 11 March 2020 12: 13 New
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                Quote: Honest Citizen
                document

                The first link is about compensation to oil companies for a part of lost profits from the sale of fuel on the Russian market instead of export.

                The second link is about compensating the budget for lost revenues from energy exports.

                None of the links are related to your

                Quote: Honest Citizen
                anything below 42 bucks is offset by oil companies from the same SWF

                This, sorry, lies request
          4. bayard 12 March 2020 08: 34 New
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            Quote: Honest Citizen
            In other words, Sechin needs a collapse in oil prices in order for the NWF to transfer to its accounts.

            Eco tricky you did.
            But in principle, the essence is true, for Russia has declared war on lawlessness. One Nord Stream-2 is worth ... and warship protection for a peaceful pipelayer.
            Russia accepted the battle and raised rates ... Unexpectedly, it turned out ...
            But so, it seems, it will turn out more and more often.
      4. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 10: 01 New
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        Quote: Malyuta
        well, and oak bark again

        do not write nonsense, but I really collect oak bark, a good remedy for indigestion
    2. Whisper 11 March 2020 08: 31 New
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      Comrade - treat shoes with respect! Do not overload with deadwood!
      1. Mavrikiy 11 March 2020 09: 48 New
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        Quote: Sheptun
        Comrade - treat shoes with respect! Do not overload with deadwood!

        Well why. Maybe instead of the internal combustion engine on gasoline uses a gas generator. Save a ton of dollars.
        1. Whisper 11 March 2020 10: 08 New
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          Gas for the population will go up at times! Is this a discovery?
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    4. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 09: 52 New
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      US shale industry is on the brink of "survival"

      Together with her, for some reason, the multinational people of the Russian Federation found themselves on the verge of survival. But these are trifles, so to speak, associated losses. The main thing is that the "neighbor" cow stopped giving milk. What is the main thing for us? Right - Victory! And for the price we, as usual, do not stand!
      Wangyu today or tomorrow will begin the Central Bank's foreign exchange intervention, which will somewhat stabilize the situation. This will continue until the April 22 vote, purely so that in the minds of the layman they do not discord the dizziness from success, which is broadcast on TV, and the harsh reality outside the window. If, nevertheless, they decide to hold early elections, there is a chance that they will try to prolong this policy, but here it is not so obvious. If early elections are scheduled for September, then it is highly likely that they will overlap with the new wave of the international economic crisis, which could negatively affect the political situation as a whole: for people whose financial situation in the course of the crisis will inevitably fall below the plinth, already can so easily not swallow obvious fraud and take to the streets. Therefore, apparently, the final decision on the elections in the administration can not be formed.
      1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 11: 18 New
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        Quote: Dante
        If early elections are scheduled for September, it is highly likely that they will overlap with the new wave of the international economic crisis.

        training manual nge updated?
        by early elections yesterday everything was decided
        1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 16: 06 New
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          training manual nge updated

          No, just too lazy to follow the life of lemmings
          by early elections yesterday everything was decided

          On the pension issue, it also seemed that everything had been settled back in 2005, so what? Or do you think that everyone who spoke yesterday came up with a personal initiative? Especially Tereshkova with Karelin, and the main weather vane of the country Zhirinovsky also noted. I am a simple person and proceed from a simple formula: "if the stars light up, then someone needs it." As applied to our situation: "if a question is voiced, then there are prerequisites for it." Or have you forgotten the classic: "A ghost roams Europe - the ghost of communism" ?. To date, a final decision has not yet been made, the question is frozen. The return to it depends on the external situation and on which path the Dark One himself prefers, who cleverly took the time to think, referring to the Constitutional Court, which he himself appoints.
          1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 16: 26 New
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            for me if I choose from the horse and the darkest one, I will choose the last
            1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 16: 36 New
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              You have left a poor choice for yourself. Are there any worthy people in Russia? Personally, I last voted for Grudinin, and I have no regrets about that. At least I tried to stop all that bacchanalia that began after. So in moral terms, I am before God, society and myself are pure.
              Feci quod potui, faciant meliora potentes
              1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 18: 13 New
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                Quote: Dante
                You have left a poor choice for yourself.

                offer more, just do not offer sternum
      2. Rey_ka 11 March 2020 12: 22 New
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        Let me find out how sideways my flight as a multinational people will affect the flight of foreign money? Narold, unlike you, is preparing for the garden season and I personally do not care about dollar rates, but like you
        1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 16: 14 New
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          Let me find out how sideways my flight as a multinational people will affect the flight of foreign money?

          Well, if you don’t go to the store, limiting yourself only to the spiritual vision of the TV and the contents of the “Made with Us” website, then nothing.
          I personally do not care about dollar rates

          Well, the next time you go to buy young electronic gadgets, and your wife can comfort yourself with this dishwasher or boots.
          But you shouldn’t be rude, nobody canceled the boomerang law, and I wouldn’t like to charge you with choking on your own saliva.
          1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 16: 27 New
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            Quote: Dante
            Well, if you don’t go to the store

            we don’t go almost like the nearest one is 4 kilometers away, and to the bazaar as much as 30
            1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 16: 45 New
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              we don’t go almost like the nearest one is 4 kilometers away, and to the bazaar as much as 30

              It’s sad to hear this ... I'm afraid to ask about the clinic and ask.
              1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 16: 55 New
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                there zhev 30 km FAP without paramedic in 4
                1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 22: 18 New
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                  really laughter on a stick, courage to talk enough for the one who put the cons?
                  I live in KO pos. Bystryanka, polyclinic in the city of Pravdinsk according to the speedometer 34 km, FAP in the village. Novobruysk is exactly 4 km from my farm, there is no medical assistant only a retirement age nurse
            2. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 18: 47 New
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              I trudge with minus signers, described how we live - a boar minus
              1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 21: 32 New
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                Do not pay attention to the vile
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      Quote: snifer
      Yazh went for the deadwood!

      I think that you didn’t even see the deadwood in my eyes, not to mention the fact that I would dissolve it for firewood
      1. snifer 11 March 2020 11: 37 New
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        You think, and this is good, I welcome you from one of the villages of Siberia.
        1. Barmaleyka 11 March 2020 12: 15 New
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          then why did it "go" or do you carry firewood from the forest to the hump in Siberia, we are more and more in the Kaliningrad region on a tractor
    6. antivirus 11 March 2020 13: 26 New
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      read 20 pcs - interesting girls are dancing. "cowards" show all the comments
      everything costs money, and defaults and mergers, acquisitions, and access to new markets
      how much does it cost to cancel pension reform ??? - not 20 billion a year, but the loss of income of all dismissed and un elected deputies (more than 20 billion?) in 2020 or 21 from the town to the State Duma
      the same with oil - roads, pipelines and losses of bankrupt shales will not be lost
  2. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 08: 08 New
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    High-quality analytics, thanks Alexander!
    1. Malyuta 11 March 2020 08: 35 New
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      Quote: Tank jacket
      High-quality analytics, thanks Alexander!

      Yeah, the analysis is in order, especially this pearl pleased:
      Author: Well, perhaps the decision not to reduce the level of “black gold” production made by our country and has been criticized several times both inside it and outside Russia was not so thoughtless as it might seem at first glance.
      I still vanged at the weekend that there would be two varics of mediaish excuses of power
      1) HPP
      2) Trembling zapandos do not allow to trade "folk oil" at 150 dollars.
      In this case, we have the first one - "spitefully frostbitten ears", only this banquet will be at the expense of the Russian Federation.
      1. smart ass 11 March 2020 09: 37 New
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        What would you understand !!! the main thing is stability !!!!))) the cemetery is also stable)
    2. Andrey Mikhaylov 11 March 2020 08: 55 New
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      I fully support you.
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      “Than to consider the gossips to work, Isn't it better to turn on yourself, godfather?” I.A. Krylov (s)
    4. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 09: 33 New
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      High-quality analytics, thanks Alexander!

      Quality analytics? Sorry, have you ever read analytical materials, and even better ones?
      As a rule, these are fundamental works that easily go beyond the volume of 6 paragraphs to 3 sentences in each, 2 of which are for introduction and generalization (as a result, what the author stops at can be called only in feverish delirium). In addition, in "quality" analytics there is usually an extrapolation of the identified trends in the future development of the situation. What do we see in the example of this article? Where are the predictions on how the death of the oil shale will affect the American economy, the military-industrial complex and, ultimately, the Trump election company, whose main sponsors are energy companies? Since all of the above is not in the article, it is nothing more than a copy-paste of previously published materials and interviews voiced by other information publications, and therefore such an article has nothing to do with analytics.
      1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 12: 39 New
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        Please write better ... Praise.
        1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 13: 26 New
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          Yes please https://topwar.ru/103324-vybory-prezidenta-ssha-otpravnaya-tochka-cvetnoy-revolyucii-v-amerike.html
          1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 14: 33 New
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            I don’t agree with you on this: “The outcome of the American elections will depend solely on one variable, expressed in whether the part of the economic and managerial establishment that advocates deepening the globalization of the modern world order has enough political will,”
            Type there are Clintonoids and only ... Global governance is excluded ...
            1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 15: 43 New
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              I'm afraid I don’t quite understand you ... Clintonoids, global governance ... The first, as I understand it, is part of the political and managerial elite of the United States, which is a supporter of the macroliberal vision of the world, but what do you mean by "global governance" mechanisms is a mystery to me. Just ask, do not about the world government. The only global ruler today is capital. Here he is truly the only and comprehensive ruler of this planet at this historical stage of development. But for all its global nature, capital is not homogeneous, which is precisely what the struggle for the post of head of the country, which is still the world economic center, demonstrates to us. Everything else is just a variation: someone advocates for national capital, someone - for capital, devoid of territorial attachment. In relation to my article, I just wrote about the fact that the result of the US elections will depend on how much the loser in the face of supporters of the creation of international financial regulators (the Central Bank of central banks if you want), rallying around the figure of Hilary Clinton, is ready to push his electorate to the streets for protests thereof. And although this did not happen, constant attempts to confront opponents that did not stop throughout the presidency of Donald Trump indicate that the split in the world political and economic elite has not disappeared, which means the scenario outlined by me is still possible.
              1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 15: 47 New
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                The scenario that you voiced was brought down last week ... And who will win the US presidential election in November?
                1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 16: 32 New
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                  The scenario voiced by you brought down last week

                  Yes? And in what way is this manifested?
                  And who will win the US presidential election in November?

                  I understand that it is difficult for a Russian layman to imagine such a thing, but the outcome of a competitive election is rarely predetermined, because a long-running process is accompanied by changes in the balance of forces and players, the results of which can only be predicted closer to the finish line. So, for example, the last time I published an article exactly on election day in the United States, and it took about a week to prepare and it became clear already that Trump would win, which is why at that time I was worried not about the elections themselves, but about what would happen after them. Using logical tools of analysis and synthesis, I revealed the trends that emerged during the election race and tried, by projecting them into the near future, to imagine what they might lead to. Have I made a mistake? If only on the scale of what is happening. But the key points were placed correctly, which was confirmed by the mass demonstrations that swept across the United States both before and after the inauguration of Trump.
                  1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 17: 05 New
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                    As an average person, I understand that Trump will win ... And you?
                    1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 21: 40 New
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                      It depends on who will be the opponent. The same Sanders is very respected and authoritative, but his age plays against him, and in fact he has no direct relationship to the financially-globalist lobby, so he can hardly become their authorized representative. So we will wait for the results of the primaries (the caucus did not show anything intelligible, but this often happens at the preliminary stage of the election campaign). Until then, there is no need to say anything clearly
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                        Sanders, as Zyuganov shamefully merged in 2016 before Killary.
      2. Octopus 11 March 2020 14: 58 New
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        Quote: Dante
        How will the death of oil shale affect the American economy, the military-industrial complex and, in the end, the Trump election company, whose main sponsors are energy companies?

        1. And where do you see at least a word about the death of the oil shale industry? I mean only mention of the difficulties in the debt market, purely financial.
        2. What are energy companies?
        Quote: Dante
        copy paste of previously published materials and interviews voiced by other information publications

        Five-minute retelling of the official position. The retelling of interviews by industry experts other than Misha Leontyev is not even close there.
        1. Dante Alighieri 11 March 2020 15: 52 New
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          Five-minute retelling of the official position. The retelling of interviews by industry experts other than Misha Leontyev is not even close there.

          Suppose, but why then do I see this in the analytics section?

          Ps What are you attached to Misha? Have you ever watched a video? If you didn’t look, then I’ll explain: this is a selection of his sayings from about 2001 that the dollar / US / capitalism will collapse. So yesterday, he said roughly the same thing. A reasonable question arises, so when is it finally?

          I understand that with the understanding of irony it’s been difficult lately, but you need to be more tolerant of each other, don’t you?
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            Quote: Dante
            but you need to be more tolerant of each other, don’t you?

            I am quite positive. Sorry if the tone seemed overly aggressive.
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            Well, here, for example, the Soviet Union began to prophesy the death from the end of 1917, when it still did not even become Soviet Russia, and only in the vast expanses of the former Empire the Civil War began to flare up.

            And dozens and hundreds of well-respected financial and political gurus of their time, throughout the entire existence of the USSR, constantly, citing completely convincing justifications and evidence, broadcast that “now, almost tomorrow, this state will end” ... “Here -That "dragged on for more than 70 years. And many vanguards of the death of the USSR were born during its existence, they lived all their lives, and they died, and did not see it.

            As a result, the Union, however, ceased to exist, in many ways, by the way, unexpectedly for the vast majority of the main vanguards. So, one far from beautiful August morning, they, like millions of former USSR citizens, woke up in a new political reality. From which, too, some time gotten angry. True, to their happiness, they had a chance to observe this whole star slightly from the side. But the prerequisites for what happened in 1991 were laid dozens of years before, and signs of an approaching zvezdets were recorded over the years.

            In general, processes of this scale mature long and slowly, but it can explode quickly, powerfully and immediately. The same revolutions of 1917, that of February, that of October. After all, it was clear to most that the situation was overripe and about to explode, but until February 1917, the impending starter had been in this situation for a year and a half, and before October, the ripening period had accelerated to six months. And, nevertheless, none of the outside observers and analysts in 1917, a day before the directly revolutionary events, could say with certainty that, they say, "tomorrow will surely explode"!

            Let's just say that too many contradictions and stocks have accumulated in the US political system. The constitution, "which has not changed for 250 years," is good to be proud of before the Papuans. And in the XNUMXst century, living strictly guided by a document written in the XNUMXth century and stubbornly refusing to modernize the system created then ... mgm ... is somewhat short-sighted. And a host of crutches and backups in the form of all sorts of amendments and Bill to this is another confirmation. Well, the economy, in addition to politics, is slowly starting to crush.
  3. Far B 11 March 2020 08: 10 New
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    US shale industry is on the brink of "survival"
    Until I see a carcass with a coma with my own eyes, I won’t believe it. And then she’s on the verge of 10 years, but nothing - lives, scum.
    1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 08: 32 New
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      A blow to the shale is a blow to the Clintonoids, so ...
      1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 08: 46 New
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        Nothing that all of their wells are insured?
        It’s excusable to you that you don’t understand, but why put it on public display?
        1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 08: 54 New
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          Are the debts insured too?
          1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 08: 56 New
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            Waiting ...
            Do you have any idea what "business insurance" means ...
            1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 11 March 2020 09: 33 New
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              Do you know the conditions under which this insurance was carried out? Do you know the time to restore oil prices to values ​​acceptable for shale producers?
              Insurance companies are not idiots either, and there will be losses anyway. Not some, but others.
              Or how do you imagine it?
              1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 09: 46 New
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                Insurance companies are not idiots either, and there will be losses anyway. Not some, but others.

                Have you ever been able to think something with your own head?
                At least google it: how does shale oil differ from ordinary oil.
                Naturally, there will be losses, are they insured against them, or didn’t you hear the words of our Guarantor about "venture projects"?
                Well, at least look for something yourself - the sea is information.
                I’m really tired of painting schemes and stuff, why shale oil is cheaper, but not constant.
                1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 11 March 2020 10: 01 New
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                  Hamite, hehe! Such temperamental incontinence on a depersonalized Internet may indicate that in everyday life you are communicating with people without raising your eyes and with an ingratiating smile. And so in their entire lives they have not learned where to put their hands.
                  1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 10: 02 New
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                    Such temperamental incontinence on a depersonalized Internet may indicate that in everyday life you are communicating with people without raising your eyes and with an ingratiating smile.

                    Did you graduate from Petrosyan?
                    1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 11 March 2020 10: 05 New
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                      Are these the ones where you studied business insurance? For the first time I hear. They must be for the most gifted, like you.
                      1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 10: 07 New
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                        They must be for the most gifted, like you.

                        laughing laughing laughing
                        Definitely change your occupation. I can’t guarantee the place of my husband Pugacheva, but with the proper producer you will succeed.
                      2. Sidor Amenpodestovich 11 March 2020 10: 13 New
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                        And, so you have to do with show business, since you talk so freely about Pugacheva’s husband and production? What a multi-station you are, however! And you understand the economy, and insurance. They also mastered show business.
                        Is it true that everything is there through some kind of extensions and places? First-hand information is the most reliable. Share your experience!
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                        Is it true that everything is there through some kind of extensions and places? First-hand information is the most reliable. Share your experience!

                        Well, in this experience I am far from you.
                        But back to the beginning - did you bother to google about the difference in oil and its production?
                        Or are you only capable of being hollow?
                      4. Sidor Amenpodestovich 11 March 2020 10: 20 New
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                        In my first comment, I asked you specific questions. If you have knowledge in this area, you would answer them calmly, and not have a hysteria.
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                        Those. you read the answer, of course you didn’t bother. I repeat again.
                        Google at least something yourself. Or were you already taught in Putin's Russia that you cannot use sources of information and don’t know how to look for them?
        2. 27091965 11 March 2020 13: 23 New
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          I’m really tired of painting schemes and stuff, why shale oil is cheaper, but not constant.


          Such wells do not produce a large amount of oil for a very long time; later, other methods of oil production are used at these wells, and this requires additional costs.
      2. New Year day 11 March 2020 10: 29 New
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        Quote: Sydor Amenpospestovich
        Do you know the time to restore oil prices to acceptable values ​​for shale producers?


        much less than you think. Shale oil is buried which time it does not die laughing
  • Octopus 11 March 2020 14: 58 New
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    Quote: Far In
    lives, bastard.

    Lives and continuously increases production.
  • Avior 11 March 2020 08: 17 New
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    They will preserve part of the wells with a higher prime cost for the time before raising prices, this is not the first time.
    For the future, most likely the price of oil will stay at the edge of the cost of shale oil - as soon as it grows, shale will go to the market.
    1. carstorm 11 11 March 2020 08: 22 New
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      they don’t freeze debts ...
      1. Avior 11 March 2020 08: 27 New
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        They will be bought by the more successful ones.
        But the wells will remain, just the owner will change.
        1. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 11: 22 New
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          If you are talking about oil shale, then, in my opinion, there is a continuous cycle, but rather short in time, preservation for any lengthy period is impossible ...
          1. Avior 11 March 2020 11: 34 New
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            I will not argue with the terminology, but in 2015-2018 there was already a significant reduction in the number of active wells for shale oil
            1. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 12: 01 New
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              ... the industry has moved into the category of high-risk and low-profit ...
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            Quote: Nikolay73
            If you are talking about oil shale, then, in my opinion, there is a continuous cycle, but rather short in time, preservation for any lengthy period is impossible ...

            There is a rapid drop in debit at the well and a large volume of new drilling. But there are as many tied and not entered wells as you like. That is, the old ones are pumping, this is a matter of months, and the new ones simply will not drill or do hydraulic fracturing on already drilled ones.

            Anyway. There are thousands of shale companies, their prime cost is different. While not everyone will download, but if the price suddenly comes to life, the slate will come to life.
            1. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 15: 54 New
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              Yes, thank you, corrected and supplemented, that's right.
    2. Crowe 11 March 2020 08: 26 New
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      I agree with you. And this is an agitation article from the category of "Soon your whole America is kirdyk! We’ll arrange a goat for you all ... Got it?" (Cf. "Brother")
    3. bessmertniy 11 March 2020 08: 27 New
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      Something will go, but the profitability of the “oil shale” will turn out to be not the one that was expected. And the industry also needs to give loans. Investors took great risks investing in this business. The risk has shown itself. Now those who cannot stand their nerves will curl up, and those with stronger ones, will wait and probably survive until the next economic recovery, when they can earn money.
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        Wells themselves will remain, only the owner will change if they cannot pay debts
        In fact, it does not change anything.
        1. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 09 New
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          changes, this is a redistribution of the market. they will lose buyers. even if the price is the same, for example, it’s possible to drag it to Indonesia from Saudi Arabia closer than from the states, therefore it is cheaper. even if shale oil leaves the market for a year, the United States will lose a lot - shares of oil companies cost 1.3 trillion dollars. let half go bankrupt. 700 billion down the drain during the year. lenders will receive insurance. but here insurance companies will already suffer for these amounts. if the niche of shale oil in the United States is estimated at 7 percent and half of them go through bankruptcy and restructuring procedures, all the same, the money of insurance companies by 3-4% will have to be extracted from the economy. and this is not only oil. who knows where the insurers have invested this money. can really start the printing press again. for this amount. but these are other consequences
          1. Leon68 11 March 2020 10: 49 New
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            good Totally agree with you
          2. atalef 11 March 2020 11: 59 New
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            Quote: vadson
            changes, this is a redistribution of the market. they will lose buyers. even if the price is the same, for example, it’s possible to drag it to Indonesia from Saudi Arabia closer than from the states, therefore it is cheaper. even if shale oil leaves the market for a year, the United States will lose a lot - shares of oil companies cost 1.3 trillion dollars. let half go bankrupt. 700 billion down the drain during the year. lenders will receive insurance. but here insurance companies will already suffer for these amounts. if the niche of shale oil in the United States is estimated at 7 percent and half of them go through bankruptcy and restructuring procedures, all the same, the money of insurance companies by 3-4% will have to be extracted from the economy. and this is not only oil. who knows where the insurers have invested this money. can really start the printing press again. for this amount. but these are other consequences

            Well, firstly, it’s not possible to lose buyers for oil because the oil market is mostly spot - that is, everything is decided by the price and sometimes the same tanker is resold several times on the way to the unloading terminal
            2, the shares of all oil companies 1.3 trillion dollars, the shares of shale companies no more than 7-9% of all companies.
            3. In the event of bankruptcy of companies - there is no insurance. This is Ltd.
            It went bankrupt - either dosvidos or someone re-bought with a haircut of the share price.
            Insurance companies will not suffer.
            And the companies will not suffer.
            Oil will remain, the equipment is the same.
            If someone goes out of business due to a lack of working capital - not scary.
            100% they will be bought by another company, clean, without debts - it will wait and when oil reaches 30baks and higher (by the way, it is still higher now, which means the bulk is on the verge of profitability), they will start producing again.
            This has already happened.
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              Quote: atalef
              shares of all oil companies 1.3 trillion dollars, shares of oil shale companies no more than 7-9% of all companies
              and shares of ordinary oil companies do not fall in price?
              Quote: atalef
              If someone goes bankrupt due to a lack of working capital - no big deal

              that is, the loss of jobs is not scary?
              Quote: atalef
              This has already happened
              for God's sake. a bunch of greenery buried in the ground will burn.
              Quote: atalef
              will start mining again
              in other wells because it is not traditional oil. to preserve such a well and subsequently extract from it the same volume of oil will not work
              1. atalef 11 March 2020 13: 11 New
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                Quote: vadson
                and shares of ordinary oil companies do not fall in price?

                Fall, and what for the first time or what? request
                Quote: vadson
                that is, the loss of jobs is not scary?

                Well, in these terms, and the mouse in the entrance is scary to see.
                Tea is not millions employed.
                They will find a new one.

                Quote: vadson
                for God's sake. a bunch of greenery buried in the ground will burn.

                Something smoothed, something not.
                How many shares of Rosneft fell? More than 30%, a bunch of dibs burned out - no.
                Burned out if you jumped out of the game, they will rise - to return. Everything is reversible and certainly not fatal.
                Quote: vadson
                in other wells because it is not traditional oil

                Of course, shale oil is also attractive because production resumes very quickly, no canning is necessary.
                Profitable mining, not profitable, just stopped drilling.
                Quote: vadson
                to preserve such a well and subsequently extract from it the same volume of oil will not work

                But on traditional tales - a problem.
                They need to be preserved, and many can not be preserved.
                1. vadson 11 March 2020 13: 34 New
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                  Burned out if you jumped out of the game, they will rise - to return. Everything is reversible and certainly not fatal.

                  not fatal to someone who has enough money loans half a year two years without profit to pay and the rest?
                  1. atalef 11 March 2020 13: 52 New
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                    Quote: vadson
                    Quote: atalef
                    Burned out if you jumped out of the game, they will rise - to return. Everything is reversible and certainly not fatal.

                    not fatal to someone who has enough money loans half a year two years without profit to pay and the rest?

                    I have answered my question very well.
                    They will go bankrupt, someone will redeem them but without debts or they will take part of the debts (it all depends on the shareholders) - and will continue to work (or wait until the oil goes up in price) - an absolutely normal and ordinary bankruptcy procedure. Neither the first nor the last.
                    Someone will lose money, someone will cut coupons.
                    no ideal - time to throw stones - time to collect
            2. Octopus 11 March 2020 15: 06 New
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              Quote: atalef
              shares of all oil companies 1.3 trillion dollars, shares of oil shale companies no more than 7-9% of all companies.

              It should also be borne in mind that the "oil industry" in the United States refers primarily to refining and retail, gas station networks. They generally drum, what price. Problems with the cost of production relate only to a host of small shale companies, to which everyone more or less does nothing. Business is a risky business.
          3. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 12 March 2020 00: 36 New
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            > 700 billion
            Will Shell go bankrupt?
    4. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 08: 33 New
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      And what are the debts to repay? Kidneys on organs to sell?
      1. Avior 11 March 2020 08: 35 New
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        Others will buy the debts and become the owners of the wells. And the wells have been and will be.
        1. Tank jacket 11 March 2020 08: 52 New
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          It’s time to understand that the stolen Syrian oil is the “shale” American oil and the shop is closing, nobody needs garbage debts ...
        2. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 13 New
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          Yeah, the Saudis couldn’t shove their company at a high price for high oil, but now try to sell a well-known unprofitable shale well at these prices. with perpetual hemorrhoids drilling new wells, low returns and lack of oil pipelines. good luck ...
      2. atalef 11 March 2020 12: 00 New
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        And what are the debts to repay? Kidneys on organs to sell?

        P that in bankruptcy are required to repay debts?
  • Vladimir_2U 11 March 2020 08: 18 New
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    the disappointment of many investors
    "An investor doesn't need a knife,
    you’re lying to him from three boxes
    and do with it
    what do you want! ... "
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    Who would argue that our leadership is doing something wrong! Strategically correct - we’ll tactically interrupt, crush, tighten our belts. Interestingly, but in another way you can do the same thing? Squeeze Crimea without sanctions? Do not lose control of Ukraine and Belarus? Do not pay tribute to Chechnya? Do not torture your retirees? Do not manipulate statistics? Do not destroy healthcare and science? Comrades! Can all this be done humanly? Yes ... and a thirty dollar return please!
    1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 08: 48 New
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      Yes ... and a thirty dollar return please!

      My friend, you’re a burglar from the highway! Well, do you want to cut the trilliards of the Sechins, Timchenko and Rottenbergs at least twice? Staples won't understand you
      1. Whisper 11 March 2020 08: 52 New
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        Yes, I am like this! drinks
      2. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 15 New
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        ok what do you offer? what was to be done? to further reduce production? and let shale men live? Anyone can criticize, offer your decision
        1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 09: 41 New
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          Vadim, you just don’t be offended, but now I’ll tell you a lot of words that will hurt you.
          To begin with, you do not understand anything in the economy, because judging by your post you have never led anything larger than a department. In this case, your hypothetical department has never been engaged in procurement.
          So. For simplicity, we have three companies that supply the raw materials your company needs. I will translate for you: Saudis, Russia and the United States sell oil. The cost of production is different for everyone, but now this is not the main thing. The main thing is that there was some kind of agreement among suppliers on prices for raw materials.
          And now your need for this raw material falls. I translate: a decrease in fuel consumption for air travel, a decrease in purchases of goods from China in fear of a coronovirus. Those. you have a certain decline in production.
          Thus, if you had a consumption of raw materials of 100 units (it’s more convenient to think so), then now you have dropped to 90. And the goods, i.e. raw materials on the market are in the amount of 100 units. But you don’t need so much. What are you doing? It is logical that look for someone who will supply you at a lower price in order to reduce the cost.
          With all this, if you, as the head of the procurement department, think with your head, and do not live in kickbacks, you are purchasing raw materials according to a certain scheme, where there is always the opportunity to buy goods if any company has force majeure. I'm translating. You need 100 units of oil. You buy, 60% from one, 20% and 20% from the rest. But you must clearly understand that if the seller of 60% suddenly receives force majeure, you will buy these percentages from the others - even if the price will fluctuate within certain limits.
          So what happened. Needs fell, and the quantity of goods remained unchanged. Where does the price go? Of course down. What did the Saudis offer? They proposed to reduce the number of offers in the market. Those. save the price. What did they answer? Pipes! We will not reduce the number of offers, because someone (read the USA) supposedly occupy our niche. But, answer such a question - where will they sell their oil if the amount of demand has decreased?
          This news is taught to you as a reduction in offers from one supplier to please another. Moreover, not considering that demand has declined.
          Next - think for yourself. It seems to me that I have painted too much for you.
          1. vadson 11 March 2020 10: 10 New
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            smiled, the offer of light oil in the market is much, but heavy? take an interest.
            well, okay, with a decrease in oil prices and demand for it will be greater. at least in Russia like that. high energy prices are stifling the economy.
            1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 10: 14 New
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              with a decrease in oil prices and demand for it will be greater. at least in Russia so

              Hmm ... before the sowing I agree - and so, the demand on the Russian market (domestic) is regulated, and it is provided only by prior agreement. Gas prices just do not rise.
              1. vadson 11 March 2020 10: 20 New
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                do you think only sowing? we have been harvesting and hauling all winter in the Urals, in order to refuel the Urals for a day, we need 200 liters of solarium. calculate the costs
                1. Honest Citizen 11 March 2020 10: 40 New
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                  do you think only sowing? we have been harvesting and hauling all winter in the Urals, in order to refuel the Urals for a day, we need 200 liters of solarium.

                  Those. logging - does it have a seasonal factor? Or is it so to speak, fixed costs?
                  If it’s seasonal, then I agree that yes, demand is growing, and if it’s a constant factor - then excuse me - solar is included in the cost. Although we have in the Russian Federation, it is unlikely. The price for a hill is important, but how to reduce the cost is another question.
                  1. vadson 11 March 2020 11: 29 New
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                    roads in the forest in our marshes and in Siberia only in winter from late November to mid-March, the soil does not thaw.
          2. Leon68 11 March 2020 10: 55 New
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            I'm wildly sorry, but of you an analyst in the oil industry (based on what you sprinkled), like a cow figure skater on ice.
          3. cyberspace 11 March 2020 14: 33 New
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            Quote: Honest Citizen
            Saudis, Russia and the United States sell oil.

            Quote: Honest Citizen
            You buy, 60% from one, 20% and 20% from the rest.

            Exactly - Russia and Saudi agree to reduce production by 5%, which means that the US share automatically increases by 10% - the supplier’s place cannot be empty.
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              Exactly - Russia and Saudi agree to reduce production by 5%, which means that the US share automatically increases by 10% - the supplier’s place cannot be empty.

              Given constant demand - no doubt. But demand has fallen.
              And now they’re buying not 60/20/20 but 55/15/15
              Shares remained the same.
              1. cyberspace 11 March 2020 15: 09 New
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                Quote: Honest Citizen
                And now they’re buying not 60/20/20 but 55/15/15

                Quote: atalef
                The Russian Federation was in OPEC +? Or did you forget?

                Do you seriously think that the oil is traded on the exchange? The oil market has long been paper-based, of the volume of oil traded, oil itself accounts for no more than 5%, the remaining 95 are futures, which make up the demand in 100% of all oil produced.
            2. atalef 11 March 2020 14: 37 New
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              Quote: siber
              Exactly - Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to reduce production by 5%, which means that the US share automatically increases by 10% - the supplier’s place cannot be empty

              Strange, it used to work, but then suddenly not?
              The Russian Federation was in OPEC +? Or did you forget?
    2. Sauron80 11 March 2020 08: 59 New
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      Quote: Sheptun
      thirty dollar return please!

      why so little ask? in the old days, they gave 60 kopecks for a dollar, so full return!
      1. Golovan Jack 11 March 2020 12: 26 New
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        Quote: Sauron80
        in the old days, they gave 60 kopecks per dollar

        In those days for a dollar in hand given a term. And 60 kopecks were "given" in the newspaper, in printed form request

        Conviction under Art. 88 suggested, depending on the nature of the crime, imprisonment for a term of 3 to 15 years, confiscation of property, a link to a term of up to 5 years and the death penalty
    3. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 11: 34 New
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      So return that you delegate this right to others? Create a party, win the election and continue to read ... we can criticize everything, I will tell you more, I myself like to criticize the traffic cops, the leader, and the deputies ... especially them! But what of it? The opposition is indisputably necessary, especially when it can really offer something worthwhile. but for now - how they can and are treated. IMHO.
    4. St Petrov 11 March 2020 11: 47 New
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      Yes ... and a thirty dollar return please!


      wassat Now you can see the patriot! The guy is tired of industrial growth, he needs a dollar for 30, because, probably, a communist (comrades)

      Squeeze Crimea without sanctions?


      wassat Putin can only overcome your pay with Sechin

      Do not lose control of Ukraine and Belarus?


      wassat

      Do not pay tribute to Chechnya?


      it’s just a patriot, subsidized regions of the Russian Federation - Kamchatka, Dagestan, Yakutia, Chechnya, Altai.

      Do not torture your retirees? Do not manipulate statistics? Do not destroy healthcare and science? Comrades! Can all this be done humanly?


      by how much% relative to the year 99 was it destroyed, tortured and manipulated? Tell me how life has become worse for retirees and government employees.

  • Engineer Schukin 11 March 2020 08: 22 New
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    And how do the analysts in the article explain the collapse of the shares of Rosneft and other Lukoils, where both collapsed in a month by 30%?
    1. Whisper 11 March 2020 08: 29 New
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      Buy shares from a possessed owner? That's why they are falling. Business needs stability!
    2. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 12: 05 New
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      Have you been to MICEX for a long time? With friends ... I recommend to go ...
  • carstorm 11 11 March 2020 08: 22 New
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    here is another more important. we just refused to cut back on production yet. leaving the previous agreements in force everything would have been more or less calm. but why did the Saudi begin to hysteria like that? ... the IPO fails? I just do not see other reasons for this tantrum ...
  • Whisper 11 March 2020 08: 26 New
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    Trump wants to free Americans from payroll taxes by the end of the year - wild people! laughing
    1. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 18 New
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      link please, do you know how in the us fight with those who evade taxes? prison - 99.9% or the last shirt will be removed, and you still have to be. and figure out what tax collection in the United States, where did they fill the budget?
      1. Whisper 11 March 2020 09: 27 New
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        https://news.mail.ru/politics/40893006/?frommail=1
        The source is so-so. But we are talking about approaches, not about sources.
        1. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 37 New
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          he has elections in November, do not forget. he can blurt out so that his ears are curled up. Yes, and Congress can send him away. so these are just Wishlist no more
          1. Whisper 11 March 2020 09: 42 New
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            Even if you just compare what they all say, ours look pale!
            We simply have an endless course of hypnosis.
            1. vadson 11 March 2020 10: 11 New
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              oh well, promise our lot too
    2. Nikolay73 11 March 2020 12: 05 New
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      Are you there or here?
  • Alien From 11 March 2020 08: 27 New
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    Not scary for the striped beetles, for us it is alarming .......
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  • SovAr238A 11 March 2020 08: 39 New
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    about the death of the shale industry in the United States - well, by golly - ridiculous!
    Everything has been rushing there for the past 2 years so that huge mobile villages are being organized.
    The same Russian-speaking long-range truckers working in America, whose YouTube channels are dozens and hundreds, carry loads to shale deposits in huge quantities.


    Does everyone really think that Americans are such fools and could not predict the ups and downs?
    People who on stock speculations (conscious and unconscious ups and downs of stocks) - bought and conquered the whole world, should be the dumbest in this matter?
    Well it doesn’t happen.

    And yes, they told us again that the price of gasoline will not rise!
    Oil falls, but no gas.
    Moreover, in the past 20 years - the price of gasoline has never fallen in our country, it has always increased regardless of the price of oil.
    Now the ruble is again falling by 10-20% (thanks to the Central Bank’s currency interventions), and when April ends and uncontrolled oil pours onto the market, it may fall by as much as 50% - accordingly, we expect gas prices to rise to 50 in the coming months , and maybe 55 rubles per liter by the end of the summer.

    And in America, a gallon of gasoline falls in price to $ 2.
    Although six months ago it was at 2.80.
    Their economy is growing from this.
    And no one there notices this shale oil. Its share in the US economy is negligible.
    It's like a pin prick.
    She will kill the fly, and the bull will not even notice her.
    Our economy is the level of a fly.
    And America will not even notice these "shale" wars.
    1. carstorm 11 11 March 2020 08: 50 New
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      you write about what now try on the situation of recent days. all this was before and not now. in the states, markets are also falling. capitalization also means. Trump has blamed Russia and the Saudis for the fall of American markets. from this, does the economy grow in your opinion?) many US oil companies are now on the verge of bankruptcy due to the fact that investors began to sell their bonds, further increasing their profitability. Oil companies will have to issue new issues at an even higher rate. This will end badly for everyone.
    2. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 21 New
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      Quote: SovAr238A
      Its share in the US economy is negligible

      7% in the economy - negligible?
      1. Lannan Shi 11 March 2020 11: 31 New
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        Quote: vadson
        7% in the economy - negligible?

        To school. In the initial. Learn AriHmetics. The average daily oil production in the United States is 12.3 million barrels. Annual - 4.5 billion US GDP of more than 20.000 billion. For 7% of the economy, that is, for 1500 billion, the barrel should be quoted at 330% with a small tail. Here is the share all oil in the US economy. Shale accounts for about half. On a cheap slate, which even at 30 per barrel will live quite comfortably (the Russian Federation, by the way, at thirty if it doesn’t die, it will be very close to that), about a third accounts for half a percent. Total 0.3-0.4% of GDP. Here is the maximum damage that Russia can do to the US economy. Along the way, dropping his quarter.
        1. vadson 11 March 2020 11: 41 New
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          https://investbrothers.ru/2017/08/03/neftegaz_v_economike_usa/
          12300000 * 35 (price) * 365 =? besides this gas, count yourself? refueling oil pipelines and the entire infrastructure. read and read
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            Quote: vadson
            12300000 * 35 (price) * 365 =?

            Instead of a question mark, there will be a figure of 157 yards. I’m talking to school. Initial.
            The methodology for including gas pipelines in GDP is generally striking in its mmm ..... enchanting extravagance.
            Laponka. One Boeing provides a little less in the US GDP than the entire oil industry. A stub more. This is the fundamental difference between a country with a normal economy and Russia, in which the collapse of the oil industry, and the piper of everything and everyone, are synonyms.
            Dixi
            1. vadson 11 March 2020 12: 43 New
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              hear the "paw" is not ham. In reality, the extraction of fuel and energy minerals occupies only 21% in the structure of our industry, while the contribution of oil and gas revenues to Russia's GDP does not exceed 16%. if you are "pi pez" go utopis.
      2. SovAr238A 11 March 2020 16: 12 New
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        Quote: vadson
        Quote: SovAr238A
        Its share in the US economy is negligible

        7% in the economy - negligible?



        Learn the materiel ...

        The share of the entire US oil and gas sector is 2,7% of US GDP.
        Total sector.
        Not production, but the entire oil and gas system. All plants, terminals, pipelines, processing, etc.

        And the production segment does not exceed half of the oil and gas sector. And the share of shale oil is half of all oil production.
        Accordingly, the share of oil shale will be less than 0,1-0,2% of US GDP
        And just the little pot-bellied one having 1-10 wells inflated on the bubble is ruined, but really big players will not go broke.
  • Adam Khomich 11 March 2020 08: 40 New
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    "Not only oil companies have collapsed. On Monday, banks tied to the energy sector also suffered - investors are preparing for the inevitable wave of defaults on loans."
    The shale oil companies with the weakest balances will have to save money - abandon expensive drilling projects and reduce staffing. Many of them simply will not survive. "
    "... the Russian strategy is aimed not only at American shale companies, but also at the sanctions policy that American energy abundance ensured," wrote Helima Croft, head of global commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets, in a client note on Monday "
    (quotes from CNN (USA).
  • Strashila 11 March 2020 08: 43 New
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    Cheap oil - cheap gasoline, rising costs of oil refining and losses in tax revenues, as a result of the burden on already scarce state budgets. Everything has an optimal cost; going beyond this framework is painful.
  • Adam Khomich 11 March 2020 08: 44 New
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    Quote: Avior
    Preserve part of the wells

    How do you imagine the process of shale oil production
    and conservation of shale "wells"?
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      + right question
  • Nadsor 11 March 2020 08: 50 New
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    put the "shale" companies in the US on the brink of "survival".

    I doubt it .. Just wait in the wings! Shale oil, this is a very dirty production and they need the territory of the colonies .. I remember in the Donbass they were going to extract it and even signed a contract, but ..
  • Artemy Morozov 11 March 2020 08: 50 New
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    Reputable companies can afford insurance. It’s unlikely to be called shale men. Having a risky business, one desire is to throw everything as it is. This is a pyramid! Therefore, fairy tales are all about insurance.
    1. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 35 New
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      Well, not really fairy tales, there are also insured people, only insurance where will they get this money? either from financial assets or from the sale of securities of other liquid industries. when estimating the shale industry at 1.3 trillion, pulling out such an amount from the economy to give back to banks is a lot of hemorrhoids and the loss of GDP
  • Maks1995 11 March 2020 08: 58 New
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    Money does not smell.
    The decision was made not to be reduced by the owners, but oil-free experts criticize ....
    And the shale ones - ha, ha, ha ...
    They wrote, there they endlessly go broke, then arise. Now they will disappear. And as they rise in price, they will arise again. Surely the departments and daughters of more serious oil workers ....
    1. vadson 11 March 2020 09: 41 New
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      it's like with mushrooms, warm and humid - they climb out of the ground, -30 and the wind - they will have to wait a long time laughing
  • businessv 11 March 2020 09: 05 New
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    Bloomberg analysts calling it a “blood bath,” “natural disaster,” and “killing the shale sector.”
    Expectedly bursts another bubble inflated by the hegemon! Mindlessly plow 175 billion into the ground, hoping in the near future to squeeze them out of there literally, but already in double size! Nothing is better and quite expected on the example of the 2008 mortgage bubble. Yes, and no one canceled the boomerang law, but one of the main participants is the same - the Saudis.
  • Yrec 11 March 2020 09: 10 New
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    Decay soon, America kirdyk, do not believe me, look at the TV. I went for felling!

    The hedgehogs were fatty this year and the moss has already gone wild. Well, about the drop in oil prices and the expectation of lower gas prices, you can answer with a joke: "Dad, dad! Vodka has risen in price, so will you drink less? - No son, you will eat less!".
  • Svetlana 11 March 2020 09: 20 New
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    Oil, that is, the price for it, rebounded from a minimum and is growing vigorously the second day. It's too early to "rejoice." You need to wait a bit until prices calm down and then you can deal with forecasts. Over the past few years, forecasters have buried shale workers many times, but they won’t bury everything.
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      Svetlan (Sergey) Yesterday, 09:20
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      Oil, that is, the price for it, rebounded from a minimum and is growing vigorously the second day. ...
      Something like this...
      35,73 USD −2,04
      Brent oil yesterday, 23:43 Moscow time
      Yandex.News
  • Evil sailor 11 March 2020 09: 26 New
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    If you read the source
  • rocket757 11 March 2020 09: 30 New
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    US shale industry is on the brink of "survival"

    Ha, nothing happens quickly ... if the Yankees stumble. can pull for a long time.
    It is not economically profitable, this is not the most obligatory factor when someone needs to give a damn to the women ... they know this very well and will try to recoup in another way.
    In short, it is not clear who is to whom and why!
  • Prisoner 11 March 2020 09: 39 New
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    And here are the "bondmen"? "... Pickering Energy Partners' Asset Manager Dan Pickering believes that the industry" shot itself on its own feet "having accepted the reduction by the OPEC countries ..." or "..." according to the Financial Times, the volume of bad debts of the “shale” almost instantly increased to a frightening amount of 175 billion dollars and has a tendency to increase ... " Few? "Bloomberg analysts are even more categorical, calling what is happening" a blood bath "," a natural disaster "and" the killing of the shale sector ... "Bloomberg is a screamer?" The critics galloped here, waving “banners” in the form of equal pants of Petlyura and Shukhevych. What do not like staples? laughing
  • Llur 11 March 2020 09: 40 New
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    Collapse the ruble in order to destroy the shale from competitors? Tales for idiots. Our stupid people have missed all the polymers, and now they are trying to save face, they have also dragged concern for the environment. When did our freaks in power care about the environment, not the wallets?
  • Pilat2009 11 March 2020 09: 43 New
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    Do you know the conditions under which this insurance was carried out? Do you know the time to restore oil prices to values ​​acceptable for shale producers?
    Insurance companies are not idiots either, and there will be losses anyway. Not some, but others.
    Or how do you imagine it?

    I imagine that the United States will simply print the necessary amount of money
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      Why not printed in 2008?
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        Why not printed in 2008?

        Printed. And what does 2008 have to do with it?
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          We remembered the 2008 mortgage crisis ... Michael wrote, "I imagine that the United States will simply print the necessary amount of money," my question is ...
          1. SovAr238A 11 March 2020 16: 21 New
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            We remembered the 2008 mortgage crisis ... Michael wrote, "I imagine that the United States will simply print the necessary amount of money," my question is ...


            Well, let's remember how America took up 60% of the losses from its derivatives and its mortgage crisis in Europe ..

            If the derivatives market was estimated at 600 trillion dollars and the entire world GDP at 70 trillion?
            When the Americans inflated the bubble and then abruptly nailed it, then who around the world has lost so much money? Provided that the actual results of foreign investment in derivatives remained with the United States.
            And much more.
            1. Octopus 11 March 2020 16: 29 New
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              who has lost so much money around the world?

              None. One should not understand the nominal size of the derivatives market as something really existing.
              1. SovAr238A 11 March 2020 16: 36 New
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                Quote: Octopus
                Quote: SovAr238A
                who has lost so much money around the world?

                None. One should not understand the nominal size of the derivatives market as something really existing.



                You know what derivatives are, but many did not understand that derivatives are a virtual product for which real people, real investors invested real money.

                And even if their investments were also provided with real money, albeit by 5%, And even only 1-2% was really converted from numbers to real sectors of the economy: to houses and factories, to cars and ships, to wells and hotels ..
                But these 1-2% make up just 6-7 trillion dollars that actually remained with American banks, and all investors lost all investments in derivatives ...
                Derivatives are reset, especially the third or fourth level ... and no one returned anything to anyone ...
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  • alavrin 11 March 2020 09: 46 New
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    The author forgot to write about the cost of production in CA and Russia. And about the death of the “oil shale” - it takes a couple of weeks to re-conserve deposits ...
  • cniza 11 March 2020 09: 56 New
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    Well, perhaps the decision not to reduce the level of “black gold” production made by our country and already criticized several times both inside it and outside Russia was not so rash as it might seem at first glance.


    You can only speculate ...
  • Mikhail3 11 March 2020 10: 01 New
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    If you hold the tiger by the ears, then you cannot let it go)) Shale oil is unprofitable. Credits shale have gained sea. The only way to pay them was a comprehensive increase in production, the profit is not high. So they, perhaps, would not want to hit the oil market in the world. That is, they definitely would not want to)) They just have nothing left for her.
  • Monster_Fat 11 March 2020 10: 03 New
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    There is another opinion - the “fight against shale” is the same as the “fight against SDI” used to be for the USSR. And it will end the same way, but already, for Russia. wink
  • New Year day 11 March 2020 10: 22 New
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    Shale oil production can be mothballed and it can begin to be produced at any hour. At the same time, oil production from wells cannot be stopped, and then pump immediately. So America will survive and this
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      It can be said more, about 50% of shale oil production wells will remain profitable at a price of $ 24. wink https://oilcapital.ru/article/general/10-01-2019/rentabelna-li-dobycha-slantsevoy-nefti-pri-tsene-24-za-barrel
      Another thing is that shale oil is a slightly different “oil” that cannot replace, for example, oil from Venezuela. yes
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        unable to replace for example oil from Venezuela

        Therefore, it is replaced by the Canadian. And Russian, oddly enough. But BV also has heavy grades, so not everything is not so simple.
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      Shale oil production can be mothballed and it can begin to be produced at any hour. At the same time, oil production from wells cannot be stopped, and then pump immediately. So America will survive and this

      You are Sylvester, here is an analyst anywhere. good
      1. New Year day 11 March 2020 11: 46 New
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        You are Sylvester, here is an analyst anywhere

        Sometimes there is a lot of free time and I want to study the issue myself. request
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          Sometimes there is a lot of free time and I want to study the issue myself

          A "little-busy" doctor, it’s not so often, it’s good that you study ... repeat
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            "Unemployed" doctor,

            pensioner, 40 years of experience, you can afford such a luxury as curiosity
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              pensioner, 40 years of experience, you can afford such a luxury as curiosity

              I won’t argue here.
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      , ///// oil production from wells cannot be stopped, and then immediately pumped ./////
      But I’m embarrassed to ask how this is consistent with the ability to reduce oil production, and then increase if necessary. Apparently there are some technologies that allow us to regulate this process.
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    A blow to the shale is a blow to the Clintonoids, so ...

  • Boratsagdiev 11 March 2020 10: 34 New
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    Shale oil is a cover for the sale of stolen oil.
    And it’s not easy for the Saudis to lower them ... people grumble
  • arhitroll 11 March 2020 11: 24 New
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    There are other versions. It’s just a national treasure, they are saving up for a “reserve” - as they have accumulated - we make a clever movement of our hands and begin to merge this very reserve by exchanging yes beads ...
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    Well, perhaps the decision not to reduce the level of “black gold” production made by our country and has been criticized several times both inside and outside Russia, was not as thoughtless as it might seem at first glance.

    Now all-scouts of all stripes will come running and the choir will prove how wrong the author is in this place. laughing
  • Vasya Geologist 11 March 2020 11: 53 New
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    Bucks jumped by 5%, and everyone screeched as in the apocalypse. We forgot that we already safely survived this and the buck from 80 crawled to 53 rubles
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      Quote: Vasya Geologist
      Bucks jumped by 5%, and everyone screeched as in the apocalypse.

      Most of them do not know what happened, and the hardest currency is food and cartridges. wink
      1. arhitroll 11 March 2020 17: 44 New
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        cartridge for AK + loaf of bread + kW * hour = the hardest currency of the future
    2. SovAr238A 11 March 2020 16: 26 New
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      Quote: Vasya Geologist
      Bucks jumped by 5%, and everyone screeched as in the apocalypse. We forgot that we already safely survived this and the buck from 80 crawled to 53 rubles


      Safely?

      We survived it with huge losses ...
      The level of well-being of our citizens has not even returned to the level of 2012.
      The level of real wages actually decreased.
      Sellers in computer stores in 2008 received an average of 30 thousand, which was $ 1000.
      Now, after 12 years, God forbid, the same 30 thousand, which is already 440 dollars.
      Our country is import-oriented.
      Food prices are either the same as in the West, or even more expensive.

      The debt load of the population is such that the whole country can be declared bankrupt ...
      And we have payments ranging from 20 to 70% of the family budget.
  • Adam Khomich 11 March 2020 12: 11 New
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    Quote: Llur
    in order to destroy the slate from competitors

    Russia reduced production, the United States increased and seized new markets from which prices fell, but Putin is to blame anyway!
    Boo-ha-ha with your analytics :-)
  • Tank hard 11 March 2020 12: 16 New
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    There is such an opinion ..:
  • Sklendarka 11 March 2020 12: 22 New
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    Quote: Lannan Shi
    Quote: vadson
    12300000 * 35 (price) * 365 =?

    Instead of a question mark, there will be a figure of 157 yards. I’m talking to school. Initial.
    The methodology for including gas pipelines in GDP is generally striking in its mmm ..... enchanting extravagance.
    Laponka. One Boeing provides a little less in the US GDP than the entire oil industry. A stub more. This is the fundamental difference between a country with a normal economy and Russia, in which the collapse of the oil industry, and the piper of everything and everyone, are synonyms.
    Dixi

    Shame on you to say such things out loud! Spring is on the street, the birds are chirping, life goes on.
    But in general, I completely agree with you that if you do not learn to make matches yourself, then there will be no sense in oil ...
  • Operator 11 March 2020 12: 28 New
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    Explored reserves of shale oil and gas in the United States at the current production rate will last until 2050. At the same time, production costs will increase due to the transition to fields with worse geological conditions.

    At the moment, the cost of production of American shale oil is in the range from 40 to 45 dollars per barrel. The cost includes interest on bank loans and bond loans, which are needed to develop new deposits as old ones are disposed of. The debt of oil shale companies on loans and borrowings (without interest) is about $ 500 billion.

    If the cost of oil drops below $ 45, then the shale companies will not have money to service the debt and no one will give them additional borrowed funds to develop new fields, which is the goal of Saudi Arabia and the Russian Federation that joined it.

    The minimum price of Russian oil, which is included in the budget of the Russian Federation, taking into account the excise tax on mining, is $ 42 per barrel.
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    2. Boratsagdiev 11 March 2020 12: 41 New
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      Operator
      "Enough until 2050" - it is also written on the fence ...
      "in the range of 40 to 45 dollars per barrel" - when did this happen? ....
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  • Kushka 11 March 2020 13: 14 New
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    Quote: Adam Khomich
    Quote: Llur
    in order to destroy the slate from competitors

    Russia reduced production, the United States increased and seized new markets from which prices fell, but Putin is to blame anyway!
    Boo-ha-ha with your analytics :-)

    What markets did you capture? US BUYER of oil -7,5 billion / b per day, and sells only 1,5 billion / b
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      Quote: Kushka

      What markets did you capture? US BUYER of oil -7,5 billion / b per day, and sells only 1,5 billion / b



      Stop flogging nonsense - it hurts ...


      November 15 2019
      The administration of US President Donald Trump managed to achieve long-lost energy independence - for two consecutive months, the United States has been a net exporter of oil. In September, its export by 140 thousand barrels per day exceeded imports, and in October even by 550 thousand barrels.
      At the same time, the United States continues to buy oil - this year its import is expected to average 520 thousand barrels per day. But they are already selling it more than they are buying, and in 2020 the export of oil and petroleum products from the United States is projected at an average level of 750 thousand barrels per day.

      According to the US Department of Energy last week, oil production reached a new record, and its export, like the export of petroleum products, grew by almost 20% over the week and approached a historic high of 3,4 million barrels. As a result, the United States already accounts for 25% of world oil exports. Among its buyers are mainly EU countries, they account for half of US exports.

  • Pilat2009 11 March 2020 13: 26 New
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    Why not printed in 2008?

    They are printed regularly. To cover the budget deficit, including
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      no doubt ... but there are one-time limits and the need ...
  • faterdom 11 March 2020 14: 25 New
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    Well, there is an option ...
    I don’t want to, but let me tell you: in Saudi Arabia it’s really very bad with democracy, they just hid it! But everything secret becomes clear ...
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    It’s ridiculous how in Russia they worry about American shale oil. Well, these companies go bankrupt, but what is their share in the country's GDP? I think that the US population will not notice this.
    Oil fell, consumers immediately got a drop in gas station prices. Production costs will further decrease. And what will happen in Russia? You can guess. By the way, the price of gas is often tied to the price of oil.
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    The economic publication Financial Times sounded the alarm instantly. Yesterday, it was suggested on its pages that the situation on the exchanges where the shares of "shale" oil companies in the United States are placed is "critically close to economic distress."
    And this is for you, meriatos, (see trump) "Hello!" from the Darkest for Nord Stream 2. Receive and sign. laughing
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    Yes THIS is funny! The US shale industry is private. Loss of private companies sideways for you? They just preserve the wells.
    Is it Russia that killed these private traders or what? So funny. At the cost of what? Sinking the exchange rate and further impoverishing the TOTAL (well, almost all) of the population? Ah, how insidious this Russia is)))
    What is going on at all?
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    A crowd of moaning gathered !? Well, figs with him with this dollar last year there was a crop failure turnip that's a disaster! And then what to discuss? paper has risen in price?