FINANCIAL TIMES 🔒| Welcome back to Energy Source — and to the second half of what has been a tumultuous 2020 for energy (and everything else). From the Soleimani assassination and the Saudi-Russia price war to coronavirus lockdowns and WTI’s negative plunge, it’s been a busy six months.
The next six could be as seismic. The key event will be November’s US elections, which offer starkly contrasting visions of the energy sector — between the status quo-oriented Republican Party and a Democratic Party proposing sweeping changes.
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