for Oil Prices
Higher oil prices and surging profits in the second quarter are giving them a lot more leeway, definitively putting an end to years of austerity.
NHTSA and EPA's own analysis has found that lightweighting, when done properly, poses no overall increased risk to highway safety. In recent years, record U.S. auto sales have coincided with significant fuel efficiency gains.
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Assuming that oil prices will remain low through 2050 is not consistent with current market dynamics or historical precedent.
Compensating for supply shortfalls from Venezuela, Libya, and Iran may prove a challenging task for OPEC in the months to come.
From the SPR and OPEC to the trade war with China, oil traders face myriad uncertainties through the end of the year.
It’s not inevitable that oil prices will hit $150, but there should be no surprises if they rally to that level, or higher.
OPEC itself is responsible for disrupting the investment cycle and eliminating the inventory overhang in record time. Asking them to fix the problems they caused is the wrong approach.
As "Peak Demand" has faded from the industry dialogue, international oil companies examine how to meet growing global energy demand while keeping prices low.
Two things to question no matter what the outcome: The assumption that a production agreement will benefit the market, and the promise that OPEC can moderate a price spike in the next year.