Blog/Energy

Iran & War

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, your forecast for Iran back in 2012 has been correct. It picked 2016 which in January the International economic sanctions on Iran were [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Various Updates

PRIVATE BLOG – Various Updates Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, please [...]

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ESP & the Government’s Experiments

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Poland Rejects EU Demand for Zero CO2 Emissions

Poland has rejected the climate change demands from Brussels. Piotr Naimski, Poland’s chief strategic energy adviser, said energy security is a higher priority [...]

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Drones Attack Saudi Arabian Oil Production

Saudi Arabia has been attacked by Iran or pro-Iran forces with the target being their capacity to produce oil. Saudi Arabia has admitted that its oil and gas [...]

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European Power Grid in Serious Trouble

The German power grid crashed on three separate days during June which was so critical, it required neighboring countries to come to its rescue to prevent a total [...]

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Qatar Leaving OPEC

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You are a personal friend of the royal family of Qatar. Would you care to share your inside knowledge of Qatar leaving OPEC? KR ANSWER: [...]

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Canadian Oil Falls to Under $20 a Barrel Because of Environmentalists

The price of Western Canadian Select (WCS) crude dropped more than US$55 per barrel BELOW North American benchmark of West Texas Crude. The widening discount is [...]

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US To Become Biggest Producer of Oil in the World?

By next year, the US will become the world’s largest oil producer thanks to the fracking boom. Perhaps the US outdid the current Primus Russia earlier this [...]

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China Looking at Taking Stake in Aramco

According to local sources in the Middle East, financial difficulties in Saudi Arabia may see a cash injection coming for its oil industry – Aramco. The [...]

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