The new year begins with a gloomy outlook cutting across all sectors of the petroleum industry. A year that began with war in the Middle East imminent and oil prices hovering near $30/bbl ended with crude futures for near term delivery trading at levels not seen-outside of a few days in late February-since before Iraq's August 1990 invasion of Kuwait.

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