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Falling Interest Rates Have Postponed "Peak Oil"

Falling interest rates have huge power. My background is as an actuary, so I am very much aware of the great power of interest rates. But a lot of people are not aware of this power, including, I suspect, some of the people making today’s decisions to raise interest rates. 4,075 more words

Financial Implications

The Future of Oil

A bi-weekly publication in support of informed public discourse. Our inspiration is I.F. Stone’s weekly, a digest published from1953 to 1971 that made sense of the news coming out of Washington. 1,591 more words

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Oil Producers to Look at Extending Oil-Output Cut by Six Months

A joint committee of ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers has agreed to review whether a global pact to limit supplies should be extended by six months, it said in a statement on Sunday. 850 more words

OneTime

Sultans of Swing- Oil prices and the global Economy

“Oil is almost like Money.” – A crazed oil Tycoon

Oil is the world’s biggest and most pervasive business, the greatest of the great industries that arose in the last decades of the nineteenth century.

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Global Oil & Gas: Oil supply to lag demand after 2020 unless new investments are approved soon

Global oil supply could struggle to keep pace with demand after 2020, risking a sharp increase in prices, unless new projects are approved soon, according to the latest five-year oil market forecast from the International Energy Agency. 467 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

When OPEC cuts oil production does the price of oil always rise?

Oil is a hugely important commodity which powers the industrial world – from providing reliable energy to power homes, businesses and transport, to forming a range of materials (including plastics) that are used the world over. 481 more words

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Putin's new OPEC role reflects the toll of low oil prices on Russia [IBD quotes me]

I was interviewed by Gillian Rich at Investors Business Daily (Washington, DC) on non-OPEC Russia’s role in the production cut.  The article of December 9, is below. 1,936 more words