Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Economist explains: Why OPEC negotiations are so important for Saudi Arabia and the oil price

Main image:  HEDGE-FUND managers, commodities traders, ex-spooks and hacks all converge on Vienna on November 30th for the annual jamboree of OPEC, the oil producer’s cartel. Such attention may seem a little misplaced. During a year of schisms and mistrust, … Continue reading

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Breaking the habit: The future of oil

Print section Print Rubric:  The world’s use of oil is approaching a tipping-point, writes Henry Tricks. But don’t expect it to end imminently Print Headline:  Breaking the habit UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Breaking the habit Fly Title:  Breaking … Continue reading

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