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Low oil prices for two years - five outcomes of an $80 Brent world

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Brent has fallen to $80 per barrel. Here in a sensitivity to Wood Mackenzie s base case we illustrate five likely outcomes of two years of low oil prices. Russia is forced into recession and the geopolitical complexion of the Middle East changes. Corporates are forced to adapt but US tight oil is resilient to lower prices. China will feel the benefits of lower prices and global economic growth will be boosted accelerating the commodity cycle.

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  • Brent price required to retain current net debt levels 2015 - 2016
  • US tight oil new development volumes by breakeven ($WTI)
  • Oil import cost, US dollars
  • Oil import cost index, domestic currency
  • OPEC crude oil production capacity 2014 - 2030
  • OPEC crude oil production capacity growth 2014 - 2030

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