WATCHING THE WORLD OPEC'S SECOND QUARTER WORRIES

With Roger Vielvoye from London As oil producers know from bitter experience, world crude oil markets are fickle beasts. Only a couple of months ago, international traders were worrying the price up over growing fears of a tight supply situation during the winter Now markets have turned their collective attention to a possible crude oil glut in the spring, in the process triggering a downward price trend. With hindsight, it's easy to say that concern about winter supplies was never

Dec 16th, 1991
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