Oil Price Slump: Investigating the Market Dynamics of the Role of the Oil Titans and its Global Impact
The oil price decline has been the subject of major captions in the last months and has been outlined virtually in terms of the economics of oil market with a number of media outlets accusing Saudi Arabia and its OPEC Trojan horse of deliberately bringing low the price of crude oil. The widely reported aim of this oil price slump brought about by Saudi Arabia and OPEC is to initiate severe harm...
Published at Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development
Published in 2016
David Alaigba, Richard O. Afolabi, Ifeanyi Seteyeobot, Charles Onuh, Zainab Titus
Seteyeobot Ifeanyi » Mr.S. OBOT IFEANYI is a graduate of Covenant University. He obtained his B.Eng. Petroleum Engineering degree in June 2009 and M.Eng. Petroleum Engineering October 2013. He is presently a Lecturer II and Departmental Webmaster in the Department of Petroleum Engineering in Covenant University. view full profile