Energy Markets amid Geopolitical Tensions

In this interview with BBC Arabic and Radio, Dr Carole Nakhle, CEO of Crystol Energy, discusses the effect of geopolitical tensions on energy markets. 

Dr Carole Nakhle discussing the effect of geopolitical tensions on energy markets

The current rise in oil and gas prices is a reflection of the geopolitical risk related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine as markets fear supply disruptions at a time when the market is already tight. If the war is short lived and diplomacy prevail, oil prices will ease off. 

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