Interview with Financial Sense 1-13-11

January 13, 2011 at 2:48 pm
Contributed by: Chris

I appeared on the Financial Sense program with Jim Pupalava today, to discuss my “narrow ledge” outlook for oil prices in 2011; my vision for the next five years; the global balance of the oil market between the OECD and Asia; and my new thesis that we have entered what I am calling The Great Contraction. We also discussed the current perspective of OPEC; the projections of the IEA and EIA; the outlook for future oil supply; the final report from the federal oil spill commission; and the inevitable call for clamping down on oil speculators (which the CFTC did today – that didn’t take long!).

You can download the show (19 minutes) here:

See also this article, in which I explained some of these ideas in more detail:

‘Peak Demand,’ Yes, But Not the Nice Kind


  1. Chris,

    You’re getting more articulate and smooth the more you do this.

    Gotta find a bigger audience as this is far too crucial to leave to economists and politicians.

    Comment by Ron Shook — January 14, 2011 @ 12:58 am

  2. This subject can be expanded and be made more interesting if projected impacts can be foreseen. For instance impact on prices of chemical industry, agriculture, utilities industry,transportation[previously discussed relative to global trade]and others. In this way interest of policymakers representing constituencies might wake up before its too late

    Comment by gene milosh — February 13, 2011 @ 12:30 pm

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