Why Low Oil Prices Will Start WW3

This is a wonderful time to have cash and be in the oil business. That’s because savvy seniors can go shopping for assets being sold as “uneconomic” when oil is $30–40/barrel. But the low price won’t last within the year. And while that increase will cause oil stocks to rise in tandem.

By Nerti U. Qatja@VOP_Today


It’s not the oil prices that are significant; it’s the change in oil prices. If you own an oil field and it costs you $75 to produce a barrel, at $110 a barrel ($110/bbl), you’re OK. If oil drops to $45/bbl, you’re in serious trouble.

In the shale oil sector, producers were taking out hundreds of billions of dollars in loans to finance shale oil that was costing them about $110/bbl to produce. It looked good on paper, but was a disaster waiting to happen. A lot of people in the shale oil business will soon be going out of business.

This could start World War III. The United States is the biggest oil producer in the world today, and Russia is number two. Russia’s economy is based on oil priced at $110/bbl. They are very angry at the U.S. and Saudi Arabia for the games that have been played in oil. Oil at $45/bbl is not sustainable. It could bring down the world’s financial system all by itself.


In tthis video, Christopher Greene of AMTV explains Why Low Oil Prices Will Start WW3.