Notes From The Editor

Oil & Gas Editorial: Unprecedented Pumping & Political Primacy

Tim Haïdar
Contributor: Tim Haïdar
Posted: 08/02/2016

After production disruptions in Canada, Nigeria and the shock of Brexit and a failed Turkish coup sent crude oil shooting past the $50 per barrel mark in June, a back-pedalling in the markets saw a barrel of the Black Gold dive below the $40 again on Monday.The involuntary spasms caused by political events took attention from the underlying causes

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Tim Haïdar
Contributor: Tim Haïdar
Posted: 08/02/2016

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