Against All Odds, North Sea Proves Resilient to Oil-Price SlumpBy
Output in U.K. North Sea will rise through 2018: WoodMac
Region joins Russia, Norway in bringing down costs to survive
Oil producers in the North Sea were supposed to be among the first victims of OPEC’s battle for market share. Instead their high-cost, decades-old facilities are proving surprisingly resilient to the price slump.
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