EIA chief: oil price spike will subside
Herrera: Decreasing output from OPEC member Syria another example of failure of technology, exploration to stem worldwide decline
Kay Cashman & Alan Bailey
Current crude oil prices above $80 a barrel canít be attributable solely to market fundamentals and, unless there is a major supply disruption, are unsustainable over the next few weeks and months, the head of the Energy Information Administration said Sept. 21.
EIA chief Guy Caruso said that oil m....
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Prices not sustainable
Ability of OPEC to boost output in doubt
Herrera issues warning against complacency
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