The U.S. Energy Information Administration's Adam Sieminski predicts a big policy debate in the...
The U.S. Energy Information Administration's Adam Sieminski predicts a big policy debate in the U.S. over oil and natural gas exports this year, and sees Mideast and other potential global supply trouble spots key to global energy prices. EIA forecasts Brent prices of $103/bbl, down from 2012’s $111, but with only Saudi Arabia having significant spare capacity, price volatility is likely.
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