- With output of only 43,000 b/d last year – not including its 150,000 b/d share of the Abu Safah field shared with Saudi Arabia – Bahrain has been hit hard since the oil price crash in 2014.
- Last year, Bahrain announced its largest-ever oil and gas discovery in the Khalij al-Bahrain Basin – a find that could dramatically boost the tiny Gulf Kingdom's profile.
- Khalij al-Bahrain is very similar to the conditions in the Eagle Ford and Permian basins in the USA, which are now producing prodigious amounts of shale oil, shale gas and also plenty of natural gas liquids.
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