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Speakers at a day-long conference examining US shale oil’s short-term prospects repeatedly turned to Permian basin operations as examples of progress despite lower crude oil prices as operators reduced costs. But those same producers could face problems if transportation capacity doesn’t increase and local opposition mounts, other speakers said during the Feb. 27 event at the Center for Strategic & International Studies.



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