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Main Takeaways for the week of January 12, 2022

With the West focused on Ukraine, Russia-led CSTO peacekeeping troops deploy to Kazakhstan, either improving or damaging the stability of Kazakhstan’s critical energy supplies, depending on your perspective. China is nervous about situation in Kazakhstan due to its reliance on oil and gas flowing from the troubled country. Libya and Iraq have trouble producing enough oil in January. European energy is in limbo, as Russia continues to threaten war in Ukraine and expectations that 2022 LNG demand will outstrip supply. Indonesia’s coal export ban drags on, causing concern in Japan. Capline pipeline reversal connecting Illinois with the Gulf is completed, allowing more Canadian oil to reach global markets. Several short term energy forecasts are released, with varying levels of confidence in demand because of the never-ending scourge of covid-19.


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Looking through higher energy prices? Monetary policy and the green transition speech by Isabel Schnabel for the American Finance Association 2022 Virtual Annual Meeting


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