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Joe Carroll of Bloomberg reports on the economic effects of decreasing U.S. shale production. Shale Output Is Falling Faster Than Expected By: Joe Carroll (Bloomberg Business) Shale drillers will see production drop sooner than expected under a U.S. government forecast, a momentum change that hints at an eventual price rally. Just five months after Saudi Arabia put the market into a tailspin by refusing to cut supply despite a global glut, the shale oil industry will record its first monthly dip since U.S. officials began weighing output in 2013. The projected production drop is small, just 1 percent. Yet investors took note, pushing oilfield stocks to the top five spots in the Standard Poors 500 Index on Tuesday, led by rig operators Ensco Plc and Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc. The decline lags the idling of rigs because of a backlog of already-drilled wells that have gradually been coming online. OPECs plan is playing out and price is correcting the oversupply, said Michael Scialla,