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Last year saw major adjustments in spending budgets by U.S. shale operators. In retrospect, however, 2015 may prove to be a relatively strong year in terms of operating activity levels.
Last year, while trying to bring budgets closer to cash flow, E&P operators did everything possible and impossible to sustain their operating plans in anticipation of a cyclical rebound in commodity prices. Legacy hedges, asset sales, access to credit and price concessions from the supply chain helped the industry to preserve activity
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