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“This Is Much More Than A Spat”: What The Qatar Crisis Means For Global Energy Markets

"The latest incident, whereby a group of oil-producing Arab nations has cut ties with neighboring energy-exporting country Qatar, is much more than a simple diplomatic spat. Collectively, the countries involved control 29% of global crude oil and 33% of global liquid natural gas exports."

"The latest incident, whereby a group of oil-producing Arab nations has cut ties with neighboring energy-exporting country Qatar, is much more than a simple diplomatic spat. Collectively, the countries involved control 29% of global crude oil and 33% of global liquid natural gas exports."
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2 comments on ““This Is Much More Than A Spat”: What The Qatar Crisis Means For Global Energy Markets

  1. Curt A Tyner

    Spat, bickering, fight on the playground not even close, this is the beginning of Saudi Arabia pushing the envelope of conflict. Saudi Arabia and Russia want oil to rise and the fastest and worst situation for the world would be the old stand-by, WAR. Nothing gets the blood of oil flowing better than a religious or/and political war that is almost impossible to stop. You want $120 a barrel oil it’s easy, just stop the flow of the “death juice”or kick the sh*t out of a smaller country with no chance of defending themselves. It’s coming.

  2. Curt A Tyner

    PS:Guess who wouldn’t lift a finger to stop something like that??? All that “dark $$$$” floating around the sleazy “Citizens United” bullsh*t that is ruining our country.

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