OPEC’s $36 Billion Gift to U.S. Oil: Chart

Who were the biggest winners from Wednesday’s decision by OPEC to start curbing oil supplies? Maybe U.S. energy suppliers, who had been among the hardest hit when the producer club embarked on a policy of pumping crude at will in late 2014, depressing prices. The combined market capitalization of the nation’s 10 largest oil and gas companies surged by $36.02 billion on the day the accord was reached.

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