Global oil oversupply by early 2022 anticipated: EIA
November 14, 2021
Even as oil prices continue their upward momentum, the US Energy Information Administration is predicting an global oversupply situation as soon as the first quarter of 2022.
In its Short Term Energy Update, released Tuesday, the EIA said global oil consumption has exceeded production for five consecutive quarters and would continue to do so through the end of 2021. During the five-quarter shortfall, the agency said, total petroleum stocks among countries in the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development fell by 424 million barrels.
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