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Energy Shock

By Art Berman | September 6, 2022

Europe’s energy crisis, the war in Ukraine, and escalation of U.S. – Chinese tensions over Taiwan are all part of a struggle to dominate remaining fossil resources as well as new energy sources.

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Saudi Prince Delivers a Message About The Second Cold War

By Art Berman | August 24, 2022

Price Abdulaziz bin Salman’s comments this week mean that Russia’s interests are our interests and the West’s problems are not our problems. Welcome to the Second Cold War!

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The Misunderstanding of Oil Underinvestment

By Art Berman | March 21, 2022

The level of oil investment over the last several years has been exactly right based on market price and investor expectations. The oil business is not a service industry nor is it part of the Consumer Protection Agency.

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Video: Worst Oil Price Shock Since 1980 — When Will It End? (If Ever) | Energy Expert Art Berman

By Art Berman | March 8, 2022

This is going to fundamentally re-structure the economy & probably the world order. Buckle up. It’s going to be a wild ride!

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Oil Shock

By Art Berman | March 7, 2022

We are now experiencing the fourth oil shock. The removal of 5 mmb/d of Russian crude oil and condensate exports would be the biggest structural change to the oil market since the Iran-Iraq war in 1980.

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When Will Energy Prices Come Down? Maybe Never

By Art Berman | January 19, 2022

The period of low energy prices is over.

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The Great Artificial Oil Price Rally

By Art Berman | April 21, 2021

Markets are not nearly as suggestible as most analysts and investors. They are cheap and hate to over-pay.

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The Oil Price Rally Is Over

By Art Berman | April 6, 2021

The rally was over a few weeks ago but until late last week, there was hope it might resume its upward momentum. That seems unlikely for now.

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Natural Gas Amateur Hour: The Supply Shortage That Never Was

By Art Berman | January 22, 2021

The idea that gas price might soar this winter because of lower production reflected a profound misunderstanding of how natural gas markets work. It was natural gas amateur hour.

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Oil Price Spike Next Blow To Economy: Petroleum Expert Art Berman Issues Warning

By Art Berman | January 16, 2021

Many of the wells that were turned off were not shale wells and they’ll never be turned on again.

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DUC2K: Drilled Uncompleted Wells Won’t Save U.S. Oil Production

By Art Berman | January 15, 2021

It doesn’t matter whether wells are newly drilled and completed or DUCs—there are simply too few wells being added to maintain present levels of production.

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MacroVoices Art Berman: U.S. Oil Production Still Set for Steep Decline in 2021

By Art Berman | January 8, 2021

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