Historically, oil and gas companies face many challenges—it’s considered part of the gig. However, in recent years, those challenges started to evolve and, subsequently, so have U.S. independent E&Ps.

David Clark, vice president of upstream research at Wood Mackenzie, recently shared his take on the new pressures facing oil and gas and what that means for the future U.S. E&P landscape. In particular, Clark notes the M&A that has occurred over the past year reveal three main strategies U.S. independents are pursuing to remain viable.

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