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How High Will Oil Prices Go? What the Market Knows

By Art Berman | December 1, 2020

The market knows that investment is needed immediately. The consequences of ignoring what the market knows may be economically disastrous for a struggling world economy.

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Stop Expecting Oil and the Economy to Recover

By Art Berman | September 3, 2020

It is unlikely that either oil supply or demand will ever return to 2018 levels.

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Saudi Arabia Thinks OPEC+ Is Central Bank of Oil—Fire The Banker!

By Art Berman | July 15, 2020

OPEC+ has done a dreadful job of managing world oil markets over the last three-and-a-half years.

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U.S. Energy Dominance is Over

By Art Berman | June 18, 2020

The party is over for shale and U.S. energy dominance.

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A Natural Gas Price Play is Wishful Thinking

By Art Berman | June 3, 2020

Lower production of associated gas does not logically account for the complexity of natural gas markets. Conventional wisdom is, after all, based on conventional thinking.

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Oil Prices and Demand are not Returning to Normal

By Art Berman | May 27, 2020

We are near the end of a rally whose ceiling will be in the low $40-range for the foreseeable future.

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Why Is Anyone Celebrating $33 Oil?

By Art Berman | May 18, 2020

I don’t know about you but I’m going to leave the champagne in the refrigerator for awhile.

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Game Over for Oil, The Economy is Next

By Art Berman | April 27, 2020

Large segments of the U.S. oil industry will have to be nationalized before the year is over.

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