Executive Viewpoint ///

Mr. Miller neglected to mention speculation in oil futures, geopolitical risk, technology premium, pressures from competing fuels and the so-called “soft issues,” such as human rights, ethical labor practices, responsible investment and anti-corruption, as a few more factors that contribute to the mix. Clearly, the cauldron producing oil and gas is simmering with a rich variety of “ingredients” that determine the final broth. So how then does one take a gambit on the future while firmly rooted in the present?

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