Certain about supply

To judge by recent communication to Oil & Gas Journal, an expression of optimism about oil supply constitutes suspicious behavior. In response to a recent report about an upbeat projection of oil-production capacity, OGJ received messages offering contrary opinions that were, well, intense. One of them questioned the qualifications of the very qualified reporter who wrote the article. Another suggested that if OGJ would look at the numbers it would not report on optimistic projections about future oil supply.The messages came from serious sources. Sent as personal communications, they won’t be published. They’re noteworthy, however, as evidence that opinions on this issue ...

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