What oil futures will be worth next year?

Posted November 15, 2018 12:18:18The price of crude oil will rise next year as more production and technology are added to the global market, and as companies and governments invest more in developing new technology to make it more efficient.

Oil futures will likely rise, with Brent crude currently trading at about $51 per barrel.

But with the global glut, the market is pricing in a fall of $40 a barrel.

Brent futures have risen about 80% this year, according to Bloomberg.

The S&P 500 futures have also been on a tear, up about 70% since June.

Brent has been the best performing oil benchmark since the start of 2017.

But there are signs the price could fall next year.

The oil futures market is dominated by oil companies, including Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM), Chevron Corp. and Statoil ASA.

The companies are among the world’s biggest producers of oil and gas.

Exxon Mobil, which owns about 70 percent of the world market, is also one of the biggest oil companies in the world.

Chevron is also a major producer of natural gas.

Exxon Mobil and Stato oil group, which includes Exxon, Chevron, and Statol, together own about 60% of the global oil market.

They control about 30% of total global production and a smaller share of international markets.

The biggest oil producers are China, the United States, and Russia.

The Brent price is not the only indicator of oil prices, as oil companies have to compete for business in many countries.

That makes the Brent price a key indicator.

It is not just oil that is going to go up next year, either.

As companies and countries develop new technologies to cut costs, they will need to reduce supply to get the price of oil back up.

Oil prices are the key to getting oil back to where it was in the past.

Oil is a key part of global supply chains.

With production expected to rise, oil prices are expected to fall.

If prices fall, producers will lose money.

Oil companies will need new supplies and that could lead to a rise in prices.

There is also the risk that oil prices could fall because the market for oil is expected to continue to decline.

That could be a big blow to producers, especially as they are looking to export more oil.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts that oil exports in 2020 will be less than 20 percent of total world production.

This year, the world is on track to be the largest oil producer on earth, producing nearly a quarter of the total oil that exists in the Earth’s oceans.

But many oil companies are struggling to keep up with the demand.

Companies such as Exxon Mobil have had to cut their own production and cut back on spending in order to keep prices down.

Statoil is currently cutting production, according in a Bloomberg report.

The IEA estimates that by 2020, oil companies will have to reduce their output by almost 20 percent in order for prices to stabilize.

That could cause the price to fall, but it could also increase the cost of oil to buyers.

The cost of producing oil in the U.S. has already gone up.

The price of a barrel of oil will go up as more oil is produced, but a barrel will go down as more producers cut back.

But the global price of Brent crude has not increased this year.

That is because oil producers have cut back production, slowing down production in order not to increase production.

It is not clear if producers will start cutting back on production next year or if they will continue to ramp up production.

If the price falls, it could be bad news for producers and oil prices.