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Peak Oil Demand and the Middle East: Even More Bad News?

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Guest essay by Tilak Doshi – Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore It would seem that the Middle East oil producers cannot get enough of bad news these days. The coronavirus pandemic and the collapse in global energy demand in the first quarter of 2020 led to oil prices plunging…

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