China oil demand must remain weak or we will have tough summer: IEA


Speaking to CNBC on Monday, the executive director of the International Energy Agency spoke about the intricacies of the energy transition and the competing challenges that will need to be balanced in the years ahead.

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The executive director of the International Energy Agency spoke of the current challenges facing global oil markets on Monday, highlighting the significant influence Chinese demand could have over the next few months.

In an interview with CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Fatih Birol painted a stark picture of the current situation, describing oil prices as being “very high.”  

“They are risky for economic recovery around the…


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