EIA sees steady non-OPEC production growth
Energy Information Administration’s January Short-Term Energy Outlook includes 2020, with $61/barrel Brent in ’19, $65 in ’20
The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s January Short-Term Energy Outlook includes 2020 for the first time — and is forecasting that Brent prices, which averaged $71 per barrel in 2018, will average $61 per barrel this year and $65 per barrel in 2020.
U.S. crude oil production, estimated to ha....
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