February 1, 2016 - Keith Johnson

February 1, 2016
Keith Johnson

People are always looking for the proverbial “light at the end of the tunnel” for a variety of mostly psychological reasons.  I mean who doesn’t want things to get brighter and better, for the confining tube to give way to the opportunities of unrestricted space?

On the other hand, people look for the actual “bottom of the market” for one reason, to make money, to buy cheap and sell higher.  Keith Johnson, Senior Energy Correspondent for Foreign Policy looks at the global oil markets.


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Reading Room

“America’s Looming Gas Revolution” – Foreign Policy

“Davos Diary: Iran Insists Its Open For Business. Will It Have Any Customers?” – Foreign Policy

“Don’t Blame China For Plunging Oil Prices” – Foreign Policy

“Cheap Oil Means The State Of The Union Is… Not Great” – Foreign Policy

“The IPO To End All IPOs?” – Foreign Policy

“Climate Deal’s First Big Hurdle: The Draw Of Cheap Oil” – The New York Times

“Oil Prices In 2016 Will Be Determined By These 6 Factors” – OilPrice.com

“Is A Russian, OPEC Production Cut In The Making?” – OilPrice.com



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