Independent producers fueling growth by focusing on unconventional projects

Lux recently attended OGIS New York, where independent oil and gas producers presented on the overall health of the sector. Presenters noted the increasing reliance on unconventional oil and natural gas liquids (NGL), which was a common theme throughout the event. Independent producers highlighte...

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