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CORPORATE STRATEGY

Gassy E&Ps Eye Modest 2022 Growth While Limiting Capex

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US shale gas producers are holding the line on capital spending and production growth despite gas prices having soared more than 60% over the past year. Instead, executives outlined debt reduction and shareholder returns as priorities in today’s unpredictable market.

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Capital Spending, Gas Supply, Corporate Strategy
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