World oil prices fell below $40 per barrel this morning following Friday’s meeting of OPEC Ministers, which ended without any agreement to cut production, at the same time that negotiators gather in Paris to discuss how to reduce long-term demand for fossil fuels including oil. With the global oil market landscape in flux, host Bill Loveless sat down with Antoine Halff, Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy’s Oil Markets Research Program and a former Chief Oil Analyst at the International Energy Agency, in this episode of the Global Energy Policy podcast to discuss what to watch for next.
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