According to a Forbes article, US crude oil production efficiency has improved so much that breakeven costs are as low as $25 per barrel... but I'm not sure where or whether this is just a tiny pocket of $25 oil. They make it sound like that's pretty much US breakeven. I mean, it's not close to the under $10 the Saudis get, but it's a far cry from a few years ago. Anyone know what the non-media truth is to the breakeven numbers?