"Future growth [in the energy landscape] will be in the developing world, and the low-cost producer will win,” said CES senior director Ken Medlock, a featured speaker at the virtual Unconventional Resources Technology Conference.
This puts the U.S. — and particularly its unconventional resources — in a good position to use innovation to drive down the costs to help deliver energy services in an environmentally sustainable way. Read more at the Journal of Petroleum Technology: https://bit.ly/2ZVm7xU
John W. Diamond
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