The need to hang on and fight the jihad couldn’t be greater. Sooner than later, the jihadis oil funded war against the West is going to dry up.
Demand for oil from Middle-East oil producers is set to slow as a result.
“North America has set off a supply shock that is sending ripples throughout the world,” said IEA executive director Maria van der Hoeven.
The surge in US production will reshape the whole industry, according to the IEA, which made the prediction in its closely-watched bi-annual report examining trends in oil supply and demand over the next five years.
US shale oil supply shock shifts global power balance
A steeper-than-expected rise in US shale oil reserves is about to change the global balance of power between new and existing producers, a report says.
Over the next five years, the US will account for a third of new oil supplies, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The US will change from the world’s leading importer of oil to a net exporter.