Platts Analytics sees geopolitical risks rising for energy markets in 2022
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As you heard in last week's episode, geopolitical events have the potential to move energy markets in a big way in 2022. Today we're looking at three key geopolitical angles that have some common ties: the Russia-Ukraine tensions, the recent unrest in Kazakhstan, and fuel subsidies in general. Paul Sheldon, chief geopolitical adviser for S&P Global Platts Analytics, joined senior editor Meghan Gordon to discuss how each of these issues could impact oil and other energy markets this year. Stick around after the interview for Jordan Blum with the Market Minute, a look at near-term oil market drivers.
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