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Will a barrel of oil cost 120 dollars?

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Will a barrel of oil cost 120 dollars?


One of the most respected newspapers in Saudi Arabia was published the day before with the following headline: “Oil on 120 in the spring of 2015? How the world will change soon. ”

But it is much more interesting that in this newspaper a certain analyst D. Bradley informs us that Saudi Arabia is now playing into Russia's hands. This, by the way, is at odds with what was recently in the Qatari media.

Someone Bradley says that now Saudi Arabia is already ruled not by the king, but by the hereditary princes, and that they have decided to radically change the strategy of Saudi Arabia. Now they are specifically reducing the price of oil in order to "play into the hands of the Americans," but at the same time they want to bring down the shale oil market, which is becoming too expensive at such prices, and therefore unprofitable.

After the shale oil market drops significantly - which means the total US contribution to the oil economy drops - the Saudis want to drastically reduce their oil production, which will lead to an unrealistic oil explosion. The market will be in a fever, and the price of oil may jump to 150 and even 200 dollars per barrel.

Oil price chart from 2008 to 2014 of the year:



Bradley claims that this strategy has been worked out with Moscow. Moscow will also announce a reduction in oil supplies and an increase in export duties in the near future, which will lead to a decrease in fuel prices in Russia and an increase in the price of crude oil in Europe, the USA and Asia.

It must be recalled here that a month ago the Arab media exaggerated the theme of the "secret journey of Prince Khalid to Moscow."

All this will coincide with the wave of the new economic crisis. Here Bradley writes that this is already a game of big kings, in which Saudi Arabia is just a pawn, but a pawn that has passed from one side of the board to the other.

It means that the Saudis decided to play for Russia — China in the redistribution of the world’s economic system. It can be considered that “oil swindle” is a particle of a big puzzle for reloading. Here Bradley hints that he clearly sees other parts of this puzzle, and - “this was especially evident at the APEC forum in Beijing and at G20 in Australia”.

Bradley goes on to say that amid the economic crisis, the IMF crisis, the oil crisis will make life difficult for the West, and insecurity in gas supplies from Russia (due to Ukraine policy) will incline Europe to make concessions to Moscow on the situation in this country. Thus, most likely, the authorities in Kiev will soon begin to pray to Moscow.

With sarcasm or with irony, Bradley reports that Kiev is better now to abandon the Donbass, because in the spring it can put up much more serious claims, and Europe will support Moscow, not Kiev.

At the same time, the USA will be practically knocked out of the game by serious problems in the economy, which will be complicated by the crisis in international banking systems - this will hit the dollar significantly, as a result of which it may lose to the euro to 15 — 30%. At the same time, we must understand that the euro itself will be under strong pressure.

Against this background, the yuan and the ruble will break out. Their rate will jump significantly to both world currencies. All this will be accompanied by the fact that China will allow (or already allow?) The Saudis to invest billions of dollars in production in Asia - thus, China will become a giant machine laundering green paper, turning them into something solid and useful.

Bradley concludes that история done for centuries, and changes in a second. Hinting that ordinary people will not notice the “destruction of the USSR” until it happens.

And the last news: Gulf countries convene an emergency meeting in Riyadh.

The countries of the Persian Gulf convene an emergency meeting on Sunday evening in Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh to provide Qatar with the “last chance” to normalize relations with other states of the region, the Saudi newspaper Al-Hayat said.

At this meeting, the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which includes Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and the Sultanate of Oman, are expected to discuss the possibility of extending the chairmanship of Kuwait to the Council for another year, instead of its transition to Qatar.

As a high-ranking source in the GCC noted in a telephone interview to Al-Hayat, "Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain believe that the convening of the Doha summit does not matter until a final settlement of their differences with Qatar."

"These countries want to extend the Kuwaiti presidency of the Council for a year and postpone the Doha summit until it becomes clear how much Doha is going to implement the previous agreements," the source said.

Last week, the emir of Kuwait, Sabah Ahmed Al-Sabah, toured four countries in the region in an effort to reconcile them on the eve of the Doha summit. However, his mediation efforts did not bring results, and on Monday the foreign ministers of the GCC member countries did not gather for a preparatory meeting for the summit, which is to be held in Doha on December 9. Also, the meeting of the GCC Supreme Council Advisory Board was postponed.

However, speaking on Tuesday before the opening of the new session of the Consultative Council, Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Tani invited the leaders of the Gulf countries to attend the Doha Summit 9 December, noting that Qatar continues to lead to it. He stressed that the preparatory meetings for the summit were postponed, not canceled.

The relationship between Qatar’s candidate for leadership in the Persian Gulf and three other countries in the region seriously deteriorated in March of this year after they accused Doha of not complying with the agreement on non-interference in each other’s internal affairs signed in Riyadh in November 2013.

The reason for this accusation was the information that Qatar assisted opposition groups in Bahrain, who tried to destabilize the situation in the country to overthrow the ruling royal family of Al Khalifa.

In addition, the Gulf monarchies criticize Qatar for its support of "parties hostile to the members of the Council" - in particular, the Muslim Brotherhood. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates recalled their ambassadors from Doha in March in protest against Qatar’s policies.

Who knows how the world will really change in the spring of 2015 ...
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  1. Very old
    Very old 21 November 2014 06: 40
    +32
    No matter how much a barrel costs over a hill, Russian gasoline will only go up!
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    2. Silkway0026
      Silkway0026 21 November 2014 06: 47
      +15
      so far it has been. And you can’t see what could hinder this? can nationalization? it's high time, and the time is right, the people will support.
      1. Lantau
        Lantau 21 November 2014 06: 56
        +32
        Russian gasoline will only go up!

        Here you are right! Gasoline in Russia rises in price only in two cases - when oil rises in price and when oil becomes cheaper fellow
        1. Andrea
          Andrea 21 November 2014 07: 16
          +6
          Quote Lantau
          You're right! Gasoline in Russia rises in price only in two cases - when oil rises in price and when oil becomes cheaper

          And also, when the dollar becomes more expensive, or when the dollar becomes cheaper.
          1. Canep
            Canep 21 November 2014 08: 05
            +10
            Oil, Euro, Ruble, Nickel, Copper, everything is getting cheaper in dollars, can look at the situation differently? Is the dollar becoming more expensive? Since August oil has fallen in price from 103 to 79, that is, by 30%, the dollar has risen in price from 36 to 47, that is, the ruble has become cheaper by the same 30%, the price of oil in rubles has not changed! The yen has fallen in price to the dollar by 20%, the euro by 5%, copper has fallen in price by 6%, silver has fallen in price by 18%. Gold fell 8%. Nickel fell by 20%. The vaunted Western economy is on the decline, and against the backdrop of a booming Chinese economy, this decline is rather steep.


            Congratulations to all the forum participants on the next global economic crisis.
            1. jjj
              jjj 21 November 2014 11: 18
              0
              In the price of Russian gasoline, the cost of oil is 10 percent, and taxes and excise taxes are 65 percent
            2. aleks 62
              aleks 62 21 November 2014 12: 03
              +2
              Congratulations to all the forum participants on the next global economic crisis.

              ...... And we do not care, but we do not care ...... drinks wassat
        2. Flinky
          Flinky 21 November 2014 07: 30
          0
          And you are wrong. Gasoline in Russia rises in price by itself.
          1. insafufa
            insafufa 21 November 2014 08: 07
            +4
            Even there is a joke the gasoline index in the Russian Federation as the bigmack index in the USA and in such an inconceivable scenario, buckwheat is getting more expensive buckwheat index laughing
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          3. siberalt
            siberalt 21 November 2014 08: 47
            +6
            World oil prices do not affect Russian gasoline. It rises in price always and constantly. sad
          4. wasjasibirjac
            wasjasibirjac 21 November 2014 14: 37
            0
            Quote: Flinky
            Gasoline in Russia rises in price by itself.

            see growing like a young organism. Maybe he is already reasonable?
        3. Siberia 9444
          Siberia 9444 21 November 2014 07: 47
          +8
          And also when farmers need to sow and when to harvest.
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        5. Poppy
          Poppy 21 November 2014 09: 47
          +4
          there’s another third case: when the price of oil does not change
        6. starpom
          starpom 21 November 2014 12: 50
          +5
          Quote: Lantau
          Gasoline in Russia rises in price only in two cases

          FORMATION OF PRICES FOR GASOLINE 1. When oil prices rise, the stump is clear, once gas is made from oil, then gas prices should rise. 2. When oil prices fall, oil companies have to raise gas prices in order to compensate for the fall in revenues from oil prices. 3. When oil prices are stable, then gas prices rise, because inflation.
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      3. Konst99
        Konst99 21 November 2014 07: 06
        0
        Regrettably, the support of the "middle management" is no less important than the support of the people. I hope there is such support now.
    3. predator.3
      predator.3 21 November 2014 06: 54
      +7
      Quote: Very old
      No matter how much a barrel costs over a hill, Russian gasoline will only go up!

      yes request what
      1. Renat
        Renat 21 November 2014 07: 15
        +13
        A bit of humor: And no one noticed that our price in gas fell by a third? He was worth a dollar, and now only 70 cents. It would be all fun if it were not so sad. This is really a group of people destroying the country's economy, called the elite, and not enemies of the people.
        1. Santa Fe
          Santa Fe 21 November 2014 08: 30
          +2
          Will a barrel of oil cost 120 dollars?

          No, it will not

          For most of the 20 century, the energy component in the final price of the product was small. I remind you that Before 1973, the price of oil did not exceed 3 dollars per barrel. Oil embargo - it was a terrible shock, but it was 12 dollars. In 96, the price of oil is 20 dollars, in 98 - 11. Even if you think adjusted for inflation, then it has been hanging around the 20-20 for the entire 30 century.


          That is For most of the 20 century, oil was not at all worth it for the civilized world to develop some ingenious methods for its production or to send troops to oil fields. It was easier to buy an inexpensive product from the black box. What this “black box" did with money and money: built palaces for Saudi princes, bought bread for collective farms - it didn’t matter. Then China begins rapid economic growth. 400 of millions of people are growing in the world who consume almost at the level of the first countries in the world — prices begin to go up — and to each other those countries that were raw materials appendages of the free world turn into a qualitatively new phenomenon: petrocracy - regimes overflowing with money and ambitions, whose political paranoia feeds on excess oil revenues.

          And after that, of course, one more thing worked: the defense mechanism is triggered and the free world, which is hibernated, realizes that it is necessary to pay for extra profits granted to petrocracies and various paranoid regimes; that it was thanks to expensive oil that megalomaniac regimes, which somewhere at the end of the 19 century served as the subject of ridicule of Western civilization, suddenly became large regional forces - they compensate for the shortcomings of their economy with foreign policy rudeness. By the way, if you think I'm talking about Russia, you are mistaken. For example, look at the Middle East

          Oil prices have reached a new level, and still they will not go down to 20-30, as in the 20 century. There will be some new balance that will allow the Russian budget to make ends meet, but at the same time, attention! - greatly reduce oil rent. And this is not just about dropping oil prices, but about the redistribution of world oil revenues in favor of the free world.
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          2. muginov2015
            muginov2015 21 November 2014 09: 59
            +3
            ... oil in favor of the free world ...


            It seems like the right thoughts, only the last paragraph in quotation marks was forgotten to take.
          3. opus
            opus 21 November 2014 11: 33
            +3
            Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
            Oil embargo - it was a terrible shock, but it was 12 dollars.

            During the oil crisis in the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee the issue was seriously discussed, “To blame” or not to “blame” Western countries. There was a severe crisis in the West, people were making ends meet, and there was great unemployment. Giant drop in GDP. It was enough only for the USSR to cut off oil and gas supplies to Europe, and their entire economy would finally collapse. , The USSR refused, the Arabs were very offended.
            Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
            That is, for most of the 20 century, oil was not at all worth it for the civilized world ... to send troops to oil fields.

            “WAR HAS BEEN, IS AND WILL BE, BECAUSE OF RESOURCES”

            Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev, his words in the 19th century, not everyone knows: "OIL in the 20th century will be the main resource of the planet" / (1870) - 150 years ago

            When you see a message on riots, discontent, Maidan, NOT COMPLIANCE WITH DEMOCRACY (and so on) in a country, type it (country) in a search engine and LOOK WHAT THIS COUNT HAS: in 90% there will be resources (oil, gas , diamonds, uranium, coal, etc.

            1. Where are the most US bases? A: in the oil-bearing areas of the Earth, or around them
            Kuwait: Camp Virginia, Camp Arifjan, Camp Buehring (formerly Camp Udairi), Camp Patriot, Camp Ali Al Salem, Camp New York, Camp Spearhead (SPOD at Ash Shuaybah)
            Camp Wolverine, "K" Crossing
            2. Germany in 1914 and from 1939 to 1945: Suez Canal, Egypt, Romania: All wars due to lack of resources
            3. Iran, Iraq (1 and 2), Chechnya, Libya, probably Azerbaijan soon, and so on.

            4. The United States introduced an embargo on oil supplies to Japan, and then
            England with Holland (government in exile).
            Result?
            Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
            And this is not just about dropping oil prices, but about the redistribution of world oil revenues in favor of the free world.

            1. Eeeee, and where $ 320 000 000 000,00 Libyan (Gaddafi), which were in the accounts of Western banks, before the "beginning."Ouch? The "civilized" world, are they?
            2. STANDARD OIL IS READY FOR WORLDWIDE
            3.It is interesting, HOW MUCH has the "civilized" world received during almost 5 centuries just from the colonies?
            -resources
            + Throughout the XVI (replace with XX)centuries Spain (Replace with USA, England, Europe) received the equivalent of 1.5 trillion US dollars (in 1990 prices of the year) in gold and silver (Replace with oil), received from New Spain. Has not become "new Spain" (taken away) - who hears about Spain, the ruler of the seas? Hear about other countries

            -free labor (slaves)
            ========================
            While $ is being paid for oil, $ is the high oil price of $!
            More price, more turnover $, more demand for $ / what else is needed to calmly meet old age in the 21st century?
            1. Djubal
              Djubal 21 November 2014 14: 13
              0
              Quote: opus
              1.Where are the most US bases? A: in the oil-bearing regions of the Earth

              You still combine the Ebola distribution zone in Africa with the African deposits
              1. opus
                opus 21 November 2014 17: 35
                +1
                Quote: Djubal
                You still combine the Ebola distribution zone in Africa with the African deposits

                Please, explain in more detail your "tight thought" - I do not understand!
                Why ebola and not the plague? or "anthrax"?



                What's wrong?
                US deployed naval bases (in certain locations) to "protect" democracy?
                Or?
                Or provide yourself with resources and transit routes for the delivery of these resources?
                ================
                If only to "fart" ... sometimes you have to THINK!
    4. avdkrd
      avdkrd 21 November 2014 08: 28
      +5
      Quote: Very old
      No matter how much a barrel costs over a hill, Russian gasoline will only go up!

      You're right. The situation with gasoline is quite interesting. In Russia, refining and isomerization of gasoline production facilities cover by God 50% of the production volume. Reforming plants are very expensive and manufacturers prefer to do the mild option when high-octane gasoline is produced using mixed technology, and often without reforming at all. Bringing consumer properties of gasoline is done using high-octane additives, and this is a petrochemical product. Russian producers do not meet the needs and gasoline producers are forced to buy additives abroad. The result is no matter how much oil costs, the cost of additives and, accordingly, gasoline grows in proportion to the dollar. Diesel is getting more expensive for purely speculative reasons. Traders and manufacturers themselves maintain the proportion of prices.
      p / s Even in gasoline from a manufacturer such as Lukoil, high-octane components are present - MMA and MTBE, of course, in acceptable volumes, manufacturers with a lower rank do not hesitate to use organometallics (manganese and ferro compounds).
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      2. coolvoldik
        coolvoldik 21 November 2014 11: 56
        +1
        MTBE produces Nizhnekamskneftekhim from methanol.
        And methyl alcohol is made from natural gas.
        Like dirt in Russia methanol.
    5. FunkschNNX
      FunkschNNX 21 November 2014 09: 06
      +6
      Quote: Old very
      No matter how much a barrel costs over a hill, Russian gasoline will only go up!

      When world oil prices rise, gasoline in Russia rises in price since oil is the main raw material for gasoline.
      When world oil prices fall, Russian oil workers raise gas prices to compensate for our losses at our expense.
      When nothing happens in the world with oil, gasoline in Russia rises in price out of habit.
    6. Poppy
      Poppy 21 November 2014 09: 47
      +2
      so no one gives hands to greedy capitalists
    7. Giant thought
      Giant thought 21 November 2014 10: 39
      +2
      And this is one of the paradoxes of the current Russian reality, with any fluctuations in oil prices on the international market, gas prices in Russia are only rising.
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    9. max702
      max702 21 November 2014 11: 16
      +2
      I think that everyone has read this news ..
      Over the past six months, oil has fallen in price by almost 30%, the ruble has weakened by one and a half times, and fuel is still getting more expensive: according to Rosstat, the price of one liter of AI-92 gasoline has grown by an average of 10% since the beginning of the year. What will happen next?
      Since the summer, the Ministry of Finance has planned a so-called tax maneuver for 2015-2017, due to the fact that within the framework of the Customs Union, Russia undertook to reduce oil export duties from the current 59% to 30% in three years. The state budget would have lost 1,3 trillion rubles on this, therefore, by 2016 it had already been decided to compensate almost twice (from 493 rubles / ton to 919 rubles / ton) to raise the rate of the mineral extraction tax (MET), which is included in the price of petroleum products sold in Russia. The share of mineral extraction tax in the final price of gasoline is about 16%, and as a result the budget will even remain in positive territory: additional fees will amount to almost 1,33 trillion rubles, and automobile fuel at gas stations, according to government estimates, should rise by about 1,8 rubles per liter . That is, as a result of a tax maneuver, selling oil abroad will be more profitable - but we will pay for it.
      What threatens motorists if tax amendments are adopted in this form? The official forecast is that gasoline will go up by 3 rubles since the beginning of next year. The assessment of the Duma Committee on Energy - the average price of a liter of gasoline will increase by 20% to 45 rubles by the end of this year and up to 50 rubles in 2015. Therefore, some deputies are asking the government to reconsider "tax maneuvering."
      http://www.autoreview.ru/news/7945/141635/
  2. Klepa
    Klepa 21 November 2014 06: 41
    +4
    His words, God’s ears!
    1. Chertkov Oleg
      Chertkov Oleg 21 November 2014 07: 25
      0
      soon
      Wanga: The black president will be the last, because then America will freeze
      Vanga is perhaps one of the few whose prophecies always come true and her gift is recognized throughout the world. She predicted the coming to power of a black president in the United States. Wanga: "The 44th president of the United States will be black. And this president will be the last for the country, because then America will freeze or fall into the abyss of a major economic crisis. It may even split into southern and northern states."

      Wait a minute. Their mother is in the rocker.
      1. Klepa
        Klepa 21 November 2014 08: 05
        +2
        It doesn't always come true wassat rather, we really want the USA to come true.
      2. mak210
        mak210 21 November 2014 08: 20
        +2
        Dreams, dreams, what is your sweetness, dreams are gone - there is muck
        1. Penelope
          Penelope 21 November 2014 11: 50
          +1
          Yes, this time would come soon with such a price.
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      3. Letun
        Letun 21 November 2014 08: 37
        +2
        Prophecies are a dangerous thing, for example, the monk Abel, the Optina elders, Seraphim of Sarov did not promise any bright future for Russia. And if you take into account that they all predicted the revolution, the persecution of the Church, the 2nd World War very accurately, then in my place I would have cooled my optimism a little.
      4. wolf7
        wolf7 21 November 2014 09: 47
        +1
        Yeah, it is already starting, while it is drifting with snow, well, and of course, a slight Russian frost in the southern states. And then, like in a good old movie, "The Day After Tomorrow" is called. laughing
    2. Letun
      Letun 21 November 2014 08: 31
      +1
      Quote: Klepa
      His words, God’s ears!

      Yes, crap is written there. The author does not say what the United States will prevent if oil prices rise, as he put it up to $ 150-200, to start shale production again?
      So this is another fantasy on the topic.
  3. Fedya
    Fedya 21 November 2014 06: 41
    +4
    Analysts usually only comment on fait accompli! Accurate forecasts until no one happened.
    1. Poppy
      Poppy 21 November 2014 09: 54
      +4
      anecdote about this: a broker is traveling in the elevator, an exchange analyst enters the floor, a broker tells him: well, at least now tell me for sure - up or down
  4. taseka
    taseka 21 November 2014 06: 43
    +5
    Lower cost per barrel - more plowed arable land in Russia!
  5. Revolver
    Revolver 21 November 2014 06: 44
    +2
    to give Qatar a "last chance" to normalize relations with other states in the region
    And if not, then what - to carry out democratization there? I would like to see it.
  6. Andrea
    Andrea 21 November 2014 06: 57
    0
    So the states will allow Riyadh to play their game, they will immediately fall under the press. I admit that they are trying to protect themselves from shale oil, but most likely the states went along the beaten track to strangle Putin with cheap oil. No wonder Obama and Kerry lugged into Arabia.
    1. Flinky
      Flinky 21 November 2014 07: 31
      +1
      Why ask them, these states?
      And yet, about "Obama and Kerry dragged to Arabia." They, of course, dragged around, but here's the ficus - the crown prince himself came to us ... Do you dare?
      1. Andrea
        Andrea 21 November 2014 08: 11
        0
        The prince wanted us to retreat from Syria, he offered a denyuzhku.
  7. Gans1234
    Gans1234 21 November 2014 07: 01
    +1
    Well, I don’t know, or he was walking, far-fetched, "grandma told her neighbor, and that one told my grandmother"
    Or the truth is that it would be too good.
    Well, spring is coming soon)
  8. sv68
    sv68 21 November 2014 07: 46
    0
    Forecasts are a thankless task. We do not care how much a barrel of oil costs, we must rebuild the economy so that the envy of the fuel factor is no more than twenty percent and the rest is engineering and technology.
  9. Nayhas
    Nayhas 21 November 2014 07: 47
    +1
    The logic of a five-year-old child ... Well, let's say, at $ 20 per barrel, the development of shale oil will stop, but what will prevent them from doing it again if the oil is 150?
    1. AlNikolaich
      AlNikolaich 21 November 2014 08: 02
      +1
      Well, they will start again, while preparation, loans to take
      equipment and chemicals to purchase,
      start drilling ... And there is oil again 120!
      We bankrupt Sharagu, we sell equipment,
      write off the chemicals, and again we wait years
      when the price rises ...
      1. Nayhas
        Nayhas 21 November 2014 14: 34
        +1
        Quote: AlNikolaich
        Well, they will start again, while preparation, loans to take

        I don’t see anything complicated. After all, they began to extract shale oil from scratch, having neither experience nor proven technologies. Now, even after freezing the shale mining, it will not be difficult to start their development again, and at a price of even $ 100 per barrel, investors will be enough.
    2. Poppy
      Poppy 21 November 2014 09: 57
      +1
      the company will already go bankrupt by then, because there are not large companies doing this
      1. Nayhas
        Nayhas 21 November 2014 14: 38
        +1
        Quote: Poppy
        the company will already go bankrupt by then, because there are not large companies doing this

        Create a new one, what's the problem ...
  10. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 21 November 2014 07: 59
    0
    Bradley reports that Kiev is now better off abandoning the Donbass, because in the spring it can put up much more serious claims, and Europe will support Moscow, not Kiev.

    Interesting idea. Wait and see.
  11. Zomanus
    Zomanus 21 November 2014 08: 08
    0
    We will see. Personally, I am for the complete destruction of Qatar. Indeed, in fact there is only oil / gas and sand. So they cocked, divided the country and normal.
  12. Dzhanych
    Dzhanych 21 November 2014 08: 37
    0
    "One of the most respected newspapers ...", "A certain analyst ..." http://politrussia.com/world/neft-po-120-662/
    Story???
  13. shelva
    shelva 21 November 2014 08: 37
    0
    One thing is clear - all these are regular games, and I can’t drop energy prices. Maybe you shouldn’t sell oil at such prices at all? It’s better to sell it for rubles at the current rate.
  14. pv1005
    pv1005 21 November 2014 08: 38
    0
    Moscow will also announce a reduction in oil supplies and an increase in export duties in the near future, which will entail a reduction in fuel prices in Russia
    IT IS FANTASTIC.
  15. Dragon-y
    Dragon-y 21 November 2014 08: 56
    +2
    "The government said that there is no reason to raise prices. Therefore, prices will go up without any reason." (joke)
  16. mackonya
    mackonya 21 November 2014 09: 19
    +1
    I understand that no matter how the geopolitical world changes, the average person doesn’t shine, prices will go up, especially for fuel and lubricants, loan rates will be high, and rental housing will be half the salary.
  17. Vadim237
    Vadim237 21 November 2014 09: 36
    0
    And what very much can be, it is better for us that the barrel grows.
  18. coolvoldik
    coolvoldik 21 November 2014 10: 08
    +3
    Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
    And this is not just about dropping oil prices, but about the redistribution of world oil revenues in favor of the free world.

    I am translating. The structure of the world oil price $ 120 = $ 40-60 (oil price) + $ 50-60 (Treasury price). Those. the world oil price consists of the oil price and the rollback - in the form of invented florid terms. For financiers, everything is simple (except for the names). You come to an official, and he tells you that he wants to buy an official Mercedes for state money. But on one condition, he will buy it at twice the market price. And return the difference as a rollback.
    That's how at one time, Saudi Arabia came to an agreement with the Americans and launched the petrodollar program. Further, the price was supported in a purely monetary way, and has nothing to do with the market price. Remove the rollback and find out the real oil price. And "Koz-ly" from the financial block know this price very well.
    1. Mama_Cholli
      Mama_Cholli 21 November 2014 12: 52
      0
      How, in this case, can one comment on the statements of specialists in this area, claiming that the profitability of production and subsequent oil lies just above $ 60 (be it these bucks are wrong).

      In the case of the sale of oil, transportation (pumping) of oil, its storage in storage tanks, etc., should also be taken into account ... and these services are becoming more expensive all the time (respectively, like electricity, taxes on land and real estate, etc.). Therefore, I would not say so about the cost of 50-60 dollars.
      Although of course it is possible that somewhere there is a corruption component of this process. (without this, people 5 point usually do not tear themselves away from the chair). )))
  19. pahom54
    pahom54 21 November 2014 10: 14
    0
    "It means that the Saudis decided to play for Russia-China in the redistribution of the world's economic system" ...

    Fresh tradition, but hard to believe ... I will never believe that the Saudis would suddenly start to play on the side of Russia ... THEY are playing their game, only they know ...
    Well, the fact that a barrel of oil will cost under 200 green candy wrappers - also my grandmother said and guessed in two ... By that time, many "pants" will lose ...
  20. opus
    opus 21 November 2014 10: 50
    +2
    Quote: Bradley claims
    Moscow will also announce a reduction in oil supplies and an increase in export duties in the near future, which will entail a reduction in fuel prices in Russia and rising crude oil prices in Europe, the US and Asia.

    vague doubts torment me .....
    \ Regarding Crude Oil Prices in Europe and the USA: HZ.
    BUT THAT FUEL PRICES WILL DROP IN RUSSIA-BRED
    They did not "fall" and they will not "fall".


    What will 50r / liter-BELIEVE
  21. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 21 November 2014 10: 54
    0
    Predictions, predictions, how would we all want to believe that they will come true and Russia will live normally forever, we believe in this is the Russian People, who over the last hundred-plus years have suffered only the most difficult trials. What other people could endure so many hardships and deprivations , wars and revolutions, but we live in spite of everything and believe that now, tomorrow, after tomorrow it will be different and Russia will breathe deeply and heal. We live and BELIEVE and FIGHT!
  22. ghbvfrjd
    ghbvfrjd 21 November 2014 11: 26
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    At the same time, the United States will be practically knocked out of the game by serious problems in the economy, which will be complicated by the crisis in international banking systems - this will hit the dollar significantly, as a result of which it may lose up to 15-30% against the euro. At the same time, one must understand that the euro itself will be under strong pressure. Against this background, the yuan and the ruble will burst forward. Their course will significantly jump to both world currencies.

    So be it!
  23. NVVPOU
    NVVPOU 21 November 2014 11: 31
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    As they say: thunder will not strike, a man will not cross himself. So it is with Ukraine. God forbid anyone to experience this, but it made us look at the world differently. Our leadership, finally, began to think with his head, experts, experts and simply talented people, and not crooks and mediocrity, became in demand. I recommend reading - http://www.putin-today.ru/archives/6933
    The ice has broken!
  24. Litol
    Litol 21 November 2014 11: 50
    +2
    Quote: Very old
    No matter how much a barrel costs over a hill, Russian gasoline will only go up!

    hi Of course, I am so hot an economist, and not an economist at all, but explain to me not so far, how does it happen that the price of oil falls, but for gasoline inside the country, the producer and supplier of the same oil, GROWS? fool
    1. Mama_Cholli
      Mama_Cholli 21 November 2014 12: 35
      0
      Question to Putin V.V. need to ask.
      pisi:
      You can also even before the heap about "affordable housing", new taxes, paid medicine since 2015, etc.
    2. other
      other 21 November 2014 13: 03
      +1
      The price is rising as manufacturers want to compensate for their losses at the expense of others!
  25. Mama_Cholli
    Mama_Cholli 21 November 2014 12: 34
    0
    The farther into the forest, the more firewood. The same for oil: The less oil, the more expensive it is ...
    The time will come, and so on. The UAE will choose all of its oil, then our oil and oil of Central America will cost a lot more and I hope it will not be sold for bucks.
  26. other
    other 21 November 2014 13: 02
    +2
    In a normal way, everything is going on! soon caputus america!
  27. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 21 November 2014 13: 17
    +2
    We don’t need oil at 120. Let it remain at the level of 80-90 Baku, so that Kroshka Tsahes, who heads the government, does not fall into hibernation again, but engages in business. hi