September 2015, Vol. 242, No. 9

Features

In the News: Crude Oil Prices Poised to Drop Further

Since the oil price collapse, global oil production has risen, not fallen. Since the fateful Nov. 27, 2014 OPEC meeting, aggregate production from the U.S., Saudi Arabia, and Iraq is up 2 MMbop/d – far more than demand. November is also when the U.S. inadvertently became the swing oil producer. Prices have not yet fallen far enough or for long enough for an appreciable U.S. supply adjustment to occur. It may not be far off, especially if oil prices fall further with new Iranian supplies, says a study from IHS Energy that notes: • Oil prices will be under downward pressure until there is evidence the glut is shrinking. This won’t happen quickly unless prices fall even fu

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