“An oil drilling opportunity”
Oil companies are keen to expand their exploration and production activities in the Bakken oil field in North Dakota.
But for now, the Bakke region is the only area in the United States that can be reached by drilling.
The Bakken has long been a popular target for oil companies to develop because of its oil and gas deposits.
The region is home to some of the largest reserves of oil and natural gas in the world.
The oil and minerals have been extracted from oil shale formations and the Bakkys shale formations since the mid-19th century.
Oil companies have long sought to develop the Bakkes oil and oil shale deposits in the hopes of producing oil in the region.
Oil prices have been relatively low, so the Bakks oil and shale fields are the most sought after in the U.S. Although oil companies have had a boom in the past couple of years, the oil production boom has been slow.
The boom was initially driven by oil prices, but has since slowed down due to the ongoing global recession and the effects of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Oil production is projected to grow to more than 500,000 barrels per day by 2040.
The drilling boom has also put a damper on oil prices.
The price of oil has dropped significantly over the past year due to a number of factors including increased investment in exploration and development and a sharp decline in the price of natural gas.
The average price of crude oil for January through June fell by 3.4 percent to $54.09 per barrel.
That’s a 5.4-percent drop since January 2018.
Prices of crude and Brent crude for June are down by 2.5 percent to around $61.85 per barrel, and the Brent for June is down by 8.2 percent to over $109.50 per barrel in a year.
The drop in prices is being driven by several factors.
Oil and gas prices have fallen because of the oil and coal boom.
A number of industries, such as retail and energy, are losing business to the energy sector.
There are also changes in the international energy market.
This is a factor that is also causing prices to fall, because some of those industries are not profitable and others are.
So the overall economic climate is hurting oil companies.
The world’s top oil companies are expected to report their quarterly results next week.
Companies that have reported profits this year include Chevron, Exxon Mobil, and Shell.
The most recent quarterly results show the bottom line has been impacted by the global recession.
In 2017, oil and the other commodities that make up the energy industry lost $8.8 trillion, a decrease of 7.4 trillion from the previous year.
This year, the outlook for oil and other commodities remains bleak, with the overall outlook for 2018 set to be a negative one.
The global economic situation has also been a major factor driving the fall in oil prices in the last few years.
A combination of economic and geopolitical factors have led to a downturn in oil and commodity prices.
A fall in the oil price and oil price declines in the global economy have led the oil industry to drop in the dollar.
The dollar has weakened against other major currencies, such the euro and Japanese yen, and oil prices have also been falling.
The United States and other countries have been suffering from a sharp drop in oil production.
In the United Kingdom, for example, the British government reported that crude oil production dropped from 9.6 million barrels per week in June to 7.7 million barrels a week in July.
The British government has also reported that output from the United Arab Emirates fell by 6 percent last month.
The number of wells drilled in the country fell by 11 percent in May to 5.5 million barrels.
The country is also losing the market share that it once had in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia has been a key driver of the decline in oil exports to the Middle Eastern countries.
The Saudi Arabian government has been spending billions of dollars to develop its oil fields and its oil industry is being pressured to expand.
Saudi Aramco, the country’s largest oil company, has been buying up oil fields in the Arab world, particularly in Libya and Yemen.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is also investing billions of American dollars in infrastructure projects in the countries it controls, such construction of a new airport in Dubai and the expansion of its nuclear power plant in Qatar.
The Saudis have also invested heavily in its oil export terminals in Russia and elsewhere.
Oil Companies’ Decline in the Oil Market The decline in price has also impacted the oil producers in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
In fact, the Arab oil producers have been forced to cut production in order to maintain their prices.
This has led to an increase in the prices of crude oils, especially crude from the U-Mikko field in Niger.
The U-Megko field has been producing about 8 million barrels of oil per day since mid-2016.
The decline has led the Ummayad field to cut output from about 7 million barrels to