THE TORONTO STAR
May 25, 2009
Rash of cancelled or postponed projects plus resurgent economic demand may have set the stage for crude rebound.
It’s been a relief while it has lasted. Lower oil prices, that is. But the days of cheaper oil are numbered.
The brief respite from last summer’s record-high crude prices, which aggravated the global economic slump, will soon give way to another oil-price spike that may be more painful than the last one.