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Bakken Update: Well Economics Are Improving As Costs Decrease And Enhanced Completions Improve Production, Part 2
Michael Filloon 7/18/2016 2:05:28 AM

Thanks James,

We currently own $CLR and like it more for its STACK leasehold than core Bakken. It seems to be doing the right things, hopefully Mr. Hamm continues to do so.

Bakken Update: Well Economics Are Improving As Costs Decrease And Enhanced Completions Improve Production, Part 2
James Hanshaw 7/17/2016 5:04:28 PM

Good article, thank you. I read in the Financial Times recently that break-even prices in the SCOOP and STACK are down to around $35-$39 per barrel. This is highly significant when considering that break-even prices in countries like Saudi have to take into account national budget issues and they need around $90 to break-even. Many #OPEC producers need that figure or more.

I use to own $CLR and will probably buy back in again soon.

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