Black gold, red ink: Oil’s spiral drowns the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale and a hoped-for economic boom


[cross-posted from charlotte’s oil & gas news]

charlotte:  Normally, I would not post such a negative story, since that is not helpful for “the path forward…” but I’m making an exception because I was interviewed for this one!  FYI, I respectfully disagree with almost all of the other experts quoted in the piece, as I frequently do.  Enjoy!!

Here’s the article:

Black gold has turned to red ink for major players in the once promising Tuscaloosa Marine Shale. From 2011 to early 2014, with oil prices topping $100 a barrel, the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale might as well have been abbreviated TM$….

All opinions are my own, and no relationship with any company in the article is implied.  Read full article at the publisher’s site: Black gold, red ink: Oil’s spiral drowns the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale and a hoped-for economic boomEdited-Pad-Pic-by-Dustin-cropped-saved-for-web