After months of pain and suffering, an end seems to be in sight. After three straight weeks of U.S. crude inventory draws, an end to the supply problem seems to be inevitable. The demand picture remains shrouded with uncertainty, even as the number of new coronavirus cases in the United States is now falling, as experts predict a full recovery will not occur until 2022. Regardless, optimism has taken over and crude prices have continued their climb and rise to five-month highs.
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Tavis and Kevin uncover the impact of U.S. regulatory bottlenecks on domestic oil and gas production. Policy changes and regulation