Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Exposing The False Promise Of Shale Oil

U.S. SHALE OIL INDUSTRY: Not In The Business To Make Money, But To Take Money



20 January, 2019

Unfortunately, the worst is still yet to come because the industry hasn’t provided the market with analysis on what happens to the shale oil companies and investors holding their debt when production finally peaks forever.  I don’t believe the market has any idea just how quickly and violently the U.S. Shale Oil Industry could implode.  Get ready for the Sun to Set on the U.S. Shale Oil Industry.

Veteran oil analyst, Art Berman, mentioned in his interview on Peak Prosperity that he believes the oil industry “IS DONE.”  He also explains why the U.S. Shale Industry is not in the business of making money, but rather, taking money.  I highly recommend “ALL,” my followers to listen to the interview below as it confirms the dire energy predicament we face:




In my last video update, DOW, GOLD & SILVER: Markets Disconnect In 2019, I explained the following image below which is a typical shale well completion layout and the tremendous amount of equipment needed to frack and produce shale oil and gas.  What we need to understand about shale industry is that it consumes so much more energy (capex, equipment & labor) to produce oil, there is less available net energy to provide real economic growth.  

Furthermore, a larger segment of the economy is driven by the enormous amount of shale energy activity that when it falls back into a recession-depression, it will have a much more negative impact on the U.S. economy.


Again, I highly recommend watching Chris Martenson’s interview with Art Berman above which you can also find at the following link: ART BERMAN: Exposing The False Promise Of Shale Oil.

When the Sun finally Sets on the U.S. Shale Oil Industry, Americans better be prepared for what’s next… and it won’t be good for those investing in mostly in stocks, bonds, and real estate.


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