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Daily Energy Comments 2


The extraordinary crude oil price collapse of 2014 had far-reaching ramifications for the energy markets, global economic growth and changed geopolitical and economic alignments as well as altered trade flows. The price decline came at a time when international sanctions had been imposed on some important crude oil producers, putting additional pressure on national budgets and geopolitical alliances. How the major players in this global event act and react will determine how long prices will remain at relative low levels compared with the last several years.

  • Are low crude oil prices good or bad for the US and world economy?

  • What factors will determine how long prices will remain at relatively low levels or is this the new norm?

  • Has OPEC lost its grip on the world crude oil market with the US now the largest producing country?

  • Can OPEC survive the current low price environment with several countries already in civil disarray?

  • If the US begins exporting crude oil, how will that impact the world market and US petroleum product prices?

  • How or will low crude oil prices impact natural gas production and usage?

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