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US oil producers may hedge more, restart wells as prices rise

With Jeff Mower

March 25, 2016 11:10:00 EST (3:15)

Crude oil prices are at levels not seen in months, and it appears at least some oil producers are beginning to hedge their production as a result. Jeff Mower looks at whether an increase in hedging could lead to a widespread restart of drilled but uncompleted wells, popularly known as DUCs, and what sort of prices may be attractive to companies looking to lock in prices.

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