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12 predictions for 2016 from the brightest minds in energy

Energy leaders set tone for 2016 in industry-defining publication

The year ahead holds promise for many sectors across oil and gas markets. Petroleum Economist has put together an exclusive collection of essays and articles to produce Outlook 2016. Here, we give a taste of what to expect from the long awaited report in the form of a few select comments from our expert contributors. Amrita Sen, co-founder and chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects, discusses demand and supply at the pump. "The rebalancing will accelerate in late 2016, with the first global stock draw after 10 quarters in Q4 2016. As the [oil] market looks ahead to a significantly tighter market in 2017, prices can easily rise back into the $70s by the end of 2016." Abdalla El-Badri, the sec

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