Investment in new deep-water output at risk

11/12/2008 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Experts say new deep-water drilling projects may be postponed if oil prices continue to fall below a break-even point of $60 a barrel, as they did Tuesday. "At $50, they probably start canceling projects or slowing projects up," said Tulane Energy Institute's Eric Smith.

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