Analysis  |  Future of Energy  |  26 April 2011

The Ten Inconvenient Truths that shape our new energy world order

By Matthew Hulbert

Analysts and decision-makers everywhere are trying to find their bearings in a world that has undergone a radical transformation in just a few months' time. Matthew Hulbert, Senior Fellow at the Centre for Security Studies (CSS) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, draws ten lessons from the recent perturbations on global oil markets plus one grand conclusion: forget about fundamentals. Politics is now what matters in the oil market.

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