Addressing the looming imbalance of demand and supply in oil and gas
In 2020, global oil markets face the possible buildup of an historic supply surplus, while already reeling from reductions in demand arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, which halted manufacturing, lowered traffic at the gas-station-pump and grounded airlines due to travel restrictions. The industry is grappling with the double whammy of collapsing revenues and economic uncertainties. IHS Markit is closely following the implications of the price war whilst looking ahead to evaluate alternative scenarios for the potential timing and scope of the demand rebound.
- When and how will oil demand and price recover? How long will it take? 1-2 years or much longer?
- How is supply impacted by low prices?
- How will relationships amongst the three oil superpowers: Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United States evolve?
- How long will the supply surplus continue - and what role does storage play?
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