How to beat the oil price slump with energy efficiency
Business Insider/Al Jazeera English The energy industry is going through a price slump and there are a lot of reasons why.
The oil price is down by almost 50% since mid-2016, and many experts believe that this could be a turning point for the oil market.
There are several reasons why the oil industry is facing a slump in prices.
The first is that the price of crude oil is currently at the lowest levels it has been since the 2008-09 global financial crisis.
This has put a strain on oil companies’ budgets.
They have to spend huge amounts of money to buy crude oil in order to stay competitive, which can be difficult when the price drops.
Many analysts are expecting a rebound in oil prices after a global financial event such as the Brexit vote in the UK, as the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, or the U.
“The second factor that could lead to a sharp drop in the price is the slowing of the growth in the energy sector, which is now estimated to be around 3% annually, according to an article in Business Insider.
The reason for this slowdown is the economic slowdown that is taking place in many parts of the world, and a lot is happening in China, India and other emerging markets.
This slowdown has also affected oil companies in other countries, like the United States.
The third reason why oil companies are facing a price drop is the fact that they are investing less in their infrastructure.
These investments, which include the transmission lines and pipelines that deliver the oil to refineries, have been increasing dramatically over the last several years.
These improvements, coupled with the low prices that are currently affecting the energy industry, has pushed oil companies to invest less in capital spending and thus lower the return on their investments.
This will ultimately affect the price and demand for oil, which will likely make it more expensive for companies to drill and produce oil.
So, how can the oil prices rebound?
First of all, energy efficiency can help the energy economy.
This is not necessarily a bad thing, as it can improve the efficiency of the energy infrastructure that is being used in the economy, such as refineries and pipelines.
It is also good for the environment as it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and also reduces the amount of pollution in the air.
In some cases, this may be a good thing, and it may be possible to get energy efficiency benefits from the energy supply chain as well.
In the end, the energy efficiency of an energy system will also determine the price that it will sell for in the market.
For example, in the case of the United Kingdom, the cost of electricity from the grid is currently low, so the energy costs are low.
The price of oil is also low in the United State, and there is no reason why the price should be much higher.
In other words, energy is still cheap, but not in the way that many people expected.
In fact, the price could fall if a lot more energy efficiency is applied to the electricity system, as shown in the graph below: This shows that the cost per kWh is going down rapidly, which means that the prices of oil are going down faster than the energy bills of the people.
Another thing that can help reduce the cost for energy users is to improve their efficiency in the process of producing energy.
The more efficient the energy production process is, the less expensive the energy will be.
For energy companies, this is very important.
However, there is another factor that has to be considered.
One of the biggest barriers to energy efficiency improvements is the high cost of materials.
This means that companies are spending too much on materials to build the infrastructure needed to store and transport energy, which may also be a factor in the oil companies facing a low price.
In many cases, energy companies have to pay a lot to install these facilities, which has been a major obstacle to energy efficient energy production.
The second factor which can lead to energy prices going up is the weakening of the U, or United States dollar.
This weakening is usually caused by two things.
First, the oil-price shock in the last couple of years has caused many companies to sell their assets in a way that has lowered their prices.
Second, many companies have had to make a lot investments in new energy infrastructure in order for their businesses to be profitable.
This in turn has led to the weakening in the dollar.
The U.S. dollar has weakened quite a bit against many currencies around the world in the past year.
This also led to a slump for the Chinese yuan, which also had a lot going for it.
But this did not make the situation any better for the U., which has fallen by more than 10% since the start of this year.
The next big thing that could affect the oil markets prices is the expiration of the oil export restrictions imposed by the OPEC cartel.
This could be an indication that the OPEC and other producers that have been trying to keep prices down may finally be able to do so. This