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Screaming encouraged: Taking a turn on the oil market roller coaster

Commodities | Energy | Electric Power | Nuclear | Energy Transition | Emissions | Renewables | Natural Gas | Natural Gas (European) | Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products | Metals | Non-Ferrous | Steel Raw Materials

Market Movers Europe, Jan 17-21: Ukraine border tensions spike commodity price fears

Energy | Oil | Refined Products | Jet Fuel

Platts Jet Fuel

Metals

2022: What drives the Global Iron Ore Markets?

Energy | Energy Transition | Natural Gas | Electric Power | Oil | Hydrogen | Shale Gas | Nuclear | Emissions | Electricity | Renewables | Crude Oil

Saudi Arabia to consider producing nuclear-powered hydrogen: energy minister

Agriculture | Grains | Energy | LNG

High natural gas prices could lead to spike in food costs through fertilizer link

Listen: Screaming encouraged: Taking a turn on the oil market roller coaster

There's no sure way to tell when the drop is coming, but take a ride with Platts senior oil editors Herman Wang and Brian Scheid on the Peak Oil Peaker, a virtual roller coaster built entirely on oil market speculation. When will low prices and falling rig counts cause US production — and stomachs — to drop?

Bentek Energy analyst Nicole Leonard and Platts associate editor Travis Whalen explain when the long-anticipated crude oil production drop may occur, and Brian and Herman discuss what impact the decline may have on US policy.



Check back every Monday for the latest analysis of US oil policy news from leading Platts editors covering the Capitol. E-mail the editors at brian.scheid@platts.com and herman.wang@platts.com.


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