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Oil Prices Fall, But The Macro Picture Looks Bright

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Times are rough, if you’re an energy investor, there’s no doubt about it.

But it’s important to remember why you’re a subscriber here at the Oilprice premium service and why you’re reading my columns every week. Hopefully, it’s to give you a much better long-term perspective on the oil markets and keep you ahead of the rest of the noise that floats around the energy markets.

Look, if you’re looking for a trading insight of whether oil will be above $50 this week or below it, I will tell you that my column is not for you. If, however, you’re looking to the future and trying to make sense of the long-term macro story – well, have I got some information you’ll be interested in.

Let’s look at that macro story this week, now that energy is getting pummeled from every angle and nothing seems investable.

We’ve got a global growing demand that the IEA confirms will reach over 100 million barrels a day sometime in 2018.

We’ve got pipe dreams about renewables being able to take up much of the energy demand slack in the next ten years – but nothing that I’ve seen indicates that renewables will even come CLOSE to the even moderate 10 percent threshold most environmentalists are hoping for.

Those two facts alone continue to make energy the only story that matters. And from an investment point of view, the only one to reasonably bank on, if you ask me.

Sure,…

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