WEATHERING ANOTHER PRICE SLUMP

The absence of panic is palpable. The crude oil market has been pounded soft again this year by overproducing members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. Yet, by most visible signs, oil industry operations most vulnerable to a price slump hum right along. However welcome the calm, some less visible signs should raise concerns.

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