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Are The Oil Markets In For A “Decade Of Disorder”?

While oil markets are currently characterized by low prices and oversupply, some observers – including the former administrator of the U.S. Energy Information Administration and the International Energy Agency – are looking ahead to the 2020s and foreseeing an impending “decade of disorder” for the oil markets as the drastic cutbacks in drilling and capital investment seen in recent years lead to a shortfall of supply that shale will not be able to make up for. To read more, CLICK HERE.