U.S. Oil Output Slide Seen Slowing as Shale Drillers ReturnBy and
2017 production estimate boosted 80,000 barrels a day by EIA
Global oil surplus seen at 340,000 barrels a day next year
Increased drilling by shale producers buoyed by higher prices will slow the decline in U.S. crude production, a government forecast showed.
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