Although many industry observers predicted draconian cuts to the credit lines of North American E&Ps during the fall borrowing base redeterminations by their lenders, the average reduction for 17 companies disclosing the results to date is just 4%. Today we describe how these results may indicate that significantly lower industry costs and less dramatic reductions in long-term commodity price forecasts could be partially offsetting the negative factors used to determine borrowing capacity under secured and unsecured credit lines.
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