In the media | 19 Apr 2024

Arabian Gulf Business Insight: Middle East escalation would have severe market implications

oil industry

Scott Livermore, Chief Middle East Economist at Oxford Economics discusses how energy market disruption would be substantial and global oil supply would contract by around 6%.

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