EIA sees no respite from low oil prices

The U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts the East Asian economic crisis will continue to affect world oil prices well into the next decade, with prices for 2000 forecast to be as much as $5.50/bbl (1997 dollars) lower than projections made a year ago. It says growth in world oil demand will slow in the near term but resume after 2000.

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