Debt – U.S. Shale’s Maturity Wall and Interest Should investors be concerned about the shale’s wall of maturity? There is no doubt about it. Image: Quill Intelligence, LLC
The Treadmill of U.S. Oil Shale Chart suggesting that the treadmill of U.S. shale is accelerating. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research
Does Surging Oil Prices Cause Recession? Historically, a rise oil prices can cause recession because high inflation tends to lead to higher interest rates. But nowadays, oil shale production in the US limits the rise in oil prices and makes it possible to avoid a future crisis like the one in 2008.