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Articles: oil supply (12)

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Oil and the Global Economy  

How important is oil to the future of the global economy?

Supply, Demand, and the Price of Oil

Could the price of oil be a value such that the current quantity produced exceeds the current quantity consumed?

Global Oil Supply More Fragile Than You Think

2014 was one of the worst in over six decades for major new oil discoveries, even though oil prices were high for most of the year.

Peak Oil Notes - May 22

A midweek roundup. After a five-session losing streak, oil prices reversed on Wednesday, climbing about a dollar a barrel in New York and London to close at $58.98 and $65.03 respectively

The oil glut and low prices reflect an affordability problem

For a long time, there has been a belief that the decline in oil supply will come by way of high oil prices. Demand will exceed supply. It seems to me that this view is backward–the decline in supply will come through low oil prices.

One of These Things Is Not Like The Others: IEA's January Report

OK. Which curve on this chart is not like the others? It's the U.S. and Canada's oil production curve over the past several years.

A Stick in the Stocking: Santa’s Supply Shock

It’s déjà vu all over again: another oil “supply shock.” Seems like we’ve had one every few weeks for the past few months.

World Crude Oil Production and the Oil Price

How far the oil price will come down and for how long it will stay “low” is now anyone’s guess. A declining price results from weakening demand while supplies are improving.

Toward a Supply Constrained World

In this installment we discuss the potential role of renewable energy in transition and macroeconomic models in the face of supply constraints.

Oil Supply and Demand Forecasting with Steven Kopits   

Steven Kopits, Managing Director, Douglas-Westwood talks peak oil and oil markets.

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