Houston, 15 May (Argus) — US shale crude output is expected to rise by 122,000 b/d to 5.4mn b/d next month, according to new data from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).The largest increases will be in the Permian basin in Texas and New Mexico, and the Eagle Ford in south Texas, the EIA said in its latest Drilling Productivity Report.Permian basin production should increase by 71,000 b/d from May to June to about 2.49mn b/d.Output in the top-producing Permian has been more resilient than in other regions during the downturn in commodity prices because of lower extraction costs. 42 more words
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