Numbering the future

The future is, well, the future, known with any certainty only when it becomes the present. Then we try to look at that present and figure out what the (next) future will be.And so it goes.Seeing the future of energy or any part of it is a game almost anyone-with time and a computer-can play. And many do.You can safely bet (more future gazing) that most of those forecasts will land on the desk of an Oil & Gas Journal editor, their authors hoping OGJ will publish the results of their computerized crystal-ball gazing.Fair enough. Everyone has to make a living.But Journal editors learn quickly whom to trust and whom to ignore. We learn that because the industry we cover has learned that....

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