The Changing Risks in Global Oil Supply and Demand: Crisis or Evolving Solutions?
October 3, 2005
The future of energy is of enormous importance. The global energy market is intricate and the analysis of it is uncertain. The ability of policy planners and strategists in petroleum-consuming nations is limited at best. Most of the known world reserves exist in regions and countries that are not stable. Consumers cannot control where oil reserves exist and the geostrategic risks are not likely to change in the near future.