Turning The Taps Back On
Yong-Liang Por, Consultant, Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis (IEEFA)
You can share this podcast by copying this HTML to your clipboard and pasting into your blog or web page.
Oil prices have recovered from the lows seen back in April last year when Brent fell to US$16 per barrel, while WTI hit negative US$40. The price crash resulted in OPEC instituting the biggest production cuts in history, slashing 10 million barrels of oil per day. But in 2021, will OPEC continue to maintain its production cuts, and what is the outlook for oil prices? Yong-Liang Por, Consultant at Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis (IEEFA), tells us.
Image Credit: Shutterstock.com
Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar
Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning
This and more than 60,000 other podcasts in your hand. Download the all new BFM mobile app.
Tags: oil, oil prices, WTI, OPEC, production cuts