Adam Taggart, Wealthion
OCT 12, 2021
Energy is suddenly headline news.
Oil, which traded at negative prices for a brief moment last year due to the global economic slowdown caused by the pandemic, is now expected by a number of analysts to hit $100/barrel soon.
Europe is worried about not having enough natural gas to heat its homes this winter.
A petrol shortage in the UK is making it a challenge for folks to fill their cars. And prices at the pump are back near record highs in the US.
Also, China and India are so short on coal that major metropolitan power plants are resorting to rolling blackouts to conserve fuel.
Why are so many regions of the world suddenly experiencing these energy crises?
How much worse are they likely to get? And how long will they last?
Petroleum geologist & energy analyst Art Berman has a lot of the answers we're looking for.
The situation is multi-factorial and complex. But Art does a wonderful job of explaining them in layman's terms in this extremely timely video interview.
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