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Will the oil price recover in 2016?

In the first in a series of webcasts, Petroleum Economist discusses the state of oil markets in 2016

As we unveil the Petroleum Economist Outlook 2016, we gathered some of the contributors who analysed the state of markets and what to expect during the year ahead. If you missed the live webcast, the recording is available to view and listen to here. This is the first in a series of webcasts we’ll be hosting on a variety of topics, so be sure to check back soon.

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