Quiet Gulf Hurricane Season End Leaves Oil Drowned in OversupplyBy
Tropical Storm Bill only system to hit Gulf of Mexico in 2015
Shale output accounts for more than 50% of U.S. production
Oil bulls can say farewell to another quiet Atlantic hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico, which ends Monday without a storm-induced price rise to lift crude from its once-in-a-generation slump.
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