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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Just Pushed Up Oil Prices – Here’s How

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published November 8th, 2017

With a purge of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s potential rivals sweeping across Saudi Arabia…

And oil prices at two-year highs…

Dr. Kent Moors was invited to CGTV’s Global Business America to explain what’s next for U.S. oil companies and future oil prices.

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What the World’s Largest IPO Means for Energy – and for You

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published October 23rd, 2017

The upcoming Saudi Aramco IPO is not only going to be the largest IPO ever…

It’s shaping up to be one of the most important changes to the markets of the decade.

Earlier today, CNBC’s Closing Bell invited Dr. Kent Moors to explain exactly what it all means for your wallet.

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What Iran’s $4.8 Billion Gas Deal Really Means for Sanctions and the Energy Market

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published July 5th, 2017

Iran just signed a $4.8 billion natural gas deal with French major Total S.A. (TOT) and China’s CNPC – the first major deal with foreign companies since sanctions were first imposed on Iran. To find out what it all means – for the sanctions on Iran, and for energy markets – i24 News invited Dr. Kent Moors to explain.

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Where Oil Prices Will Go in 2017

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published December 19th, 2016

On Sunday, CNBC Asia called on Dr. Kent to explain how the recent OPEC production deal will affect oil prices, and when U.S. producers will start seeing significant improvement.

In this video, you’ll also see why Russia’s cooperation with OPEC isn’t a given…

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When the Real OPEC Oil Deal Will Happen

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published September 28th, 2016

When OPEC and Russia didn’t agree to cap oil production in the International Energy Forum in Algiers, CNBC’s Closing Bell invited Dr. Kent Moors to explain why, and what’s next.

In this video, Kent explains why a deal was never going to be agreed on in Algiers, when the real oil cap agreement will be concluded, and reveals his latest oil price forecast.

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Why Oil is About to Level Off – and Where it’s Going Next

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published July 26th, 2016

Oil fell below $43 per barrel today, hitting a three-month low. CNBC wanted to know why and where crude was going next, so they invited Dr. Kent Moors to Power Lunch.

In this video, Kent explains why oil is falling , where it’s headed, and why you don’t have to worry about the “new” wells being drilled in the U.S.

To watch, click here.

Here’s What This Sunday’s Oil Summit Will Really Do to Oil Prices

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published April 14th, 2016

On Sunday, April 17, most of OPEC and some non-OPEC countries, including Russia and Mexico, will meet in Doha to discuss capping oil production.

Energy markets are abuzz with rumor and speculation about this meeting, what will be decided, and how it will affect the price of oil.

Already, the oil market has reacted, pushing Western Texas Intermediate (the NYMEX oil benchmark rate) up more than 4.5% this week.

To cut through all the confusion, CNBC invited Dr. Kent Moors to Wednesday’s Power Lunch. Kent told them what he thinks will be agreed on in Doha, where it will move oil prices, and why Iran’s resistance doesn’t matter.

To watch, click here.

Here’s Why U.S. Oil Imports and Inventories are Both Rising

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published March 31st, 2016

U.S. crude oil inventories are near record highs. At the same time, U.S. oil imports are up almost 1 million barrels per day from last year.

CNBC wanted to know why, so they invited Dr. Kent Moors to yesterday’s Power Lunch. There, Kent explained it all boils down to one simple thing… And he also shared his latest oil price forecast.

To watch, click here.

This is the Real Flashpoint in the Iran-Saudi Arabia Conflict

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published January 5th, 2016

On Monday, Dr. Kent Moors was on CNBC to help make sense of the growing sectarian tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia. In this video, Kent explains what the next major flashpoint in this conflict is, and how it could affect the price of oil.

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The Real Driver Behind the Recent Oil Price Jump

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published August 31st, 2015

On Friday, CCTV invited Dr. Kent Moors to help make sense of last week’s spike in oil prices. In this video, Kent explains why the increase happened and why the answer has nothing to do with market fundamentals. Also in the video, Kent discusses the impact of the Tianjin explosion on the energy sector, Chinese reforms, the future of unconventional producers here in the U.S., and when the next major spike in high-interest junk bond rates is expected.

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What’s Really Going on with International Production

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published August 20th, 2015

The decline in oil prices has wreaked havoc throughout the world… and will have a lasting effect on the markets.

CNBC called in Dr. Kent Moors to discuss what’s really going on with global oil production. Why have the Saudis continued to increase production? How can the smaller OPEC nations handle the decline? Is a big shift coming to the overall international crude debt market? And, long term, which companies are going to bear the brunt?

Find out the answers to these questions – and more – in the following video.

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The Truth Behind This Week’s Oil Price Plunge

by Oil and Energy Investor Staff | published July 7th, 2015

This was a stressful week for investors.

The results of the Greek referendum came in, China’s stock market looked like it was crashing, and crude prices plunged 8%.

To figure out what’s really happening, CNBC invited Dr. Kent Moors to explain.

In the following video, Kent explains why the worst is over, why he is not too worried about China’s economy, and why, despite lowering his price targets somewhat, he still expects oil to be up by the end of the year.

To watch, click here.