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Nervous Petroleum Week crowd thinks the geopolitically unthinkable

04.01.2011  |  Wright, Tim L.,  HP, Sweden

Keywords: [crude oil prices] [Middle East] [economics]

These are nervous times in energy markets and on the bridges of oil tankers. Things are going belly up for oil users (which is everyone). And, as I fly home from International Petroleum (IP) week in London, the outlook for oil is similar to the chaotic adventure of my fellow passenger relates that he was chased through the Indian Ocean by pirates.

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