SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Feb 27, 2015) – The oil price collapse has left most of the industry reeling, but Mass Geremia remains unbowed. The president and CEO of Alberta oil and gas company Manitok Energy Inc. (
The Energy Report: Oil has lost more than 40% of its value in the last four months. How low can oil go, and how long will its value remain depressed?
Mass Geremia: I’ve been through these cycles several times. This latest price decline is different than in 2008-2009. Back then, the world was going through an economic crisis. That is not the case today. I think we are witnessing a supply/demand shock based on both geopolitical motives and a modest increase in supply relative to total daily world oil demand. Oil will probably fall to about $40-50 per barrel ($40-50/bbl), but I don’t think the price decline will last longer than another three to six months.
TER: You don’t think the oil price has collapsed because the market is anticipating another economic collapse?
MG: If that were true, we’d see it in the stock and bond markets before we saw it in the oil market. Oil prices do not tend to predict economic events; they are lagging indicators. I think this event is driven by the Saudis, who have not…
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