The Oil Price Crisis of 1998

Oil prices have fallen since the end of November 1997 well below a level of $18 per barrel for dated Brent which petroleum-exporting countries and oil companies have been recently inclined to consider as a kind of acceptable norm. The fall in price has elicited rather speedily a producers’ response which involved both OPEC and non-OPEC countries.

By: Robert Mabro

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