Oil prices could rise to $85 a barrel by July, warned Pulitzer Prize-winning author and energy expert Dan Yergin.
Yergin worries that plummeting output in Venezuela and rising tension in the Middle East will keep the current oil price rally going.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
There’s a worry that President Trump will impose sanctions on Iran…— David Shapiro, Sasfin
Do the frackers in the USA start opening more wells?— David Shapiro, Sasfin
All the oil companies are leading the market up today… It’s had a big effect on global markets…— David Shapiro, Sasfin
It’s dangerous! It’s gonna throw us off!— David Shapiro, Sasfin
You’re gonna hear a much more fearful Mr Kganyago.— David Shapiro, Sasfin
We’re in for a difficult time in emerging markets.— David Shapiro, Sasfin
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