Many energy lenders have begun to sour on shared national credits after years of using the hefty loans to bulk up their balance sheets.

The credits — $20 million at a minimum, split among at least three lenders — grew rapidly in the past decade, driven in part by financing for the recent oil boom, and were once very profitable.

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