The Covid pandemic and geopolitical issues are likely to be key issues for the energy prices in 2022.
“What we have to have when we’re looking at these figures would be the economic debate on the use of all those commodities and the increasing demandThe vaccine, but that it continued to work closely with regulators to asses,” Justin Urquhart StewartJohnson vaccine that is expected to arrive in France a week ahead of schedule., co-founder of Regionally in London, told New Europe, asked about the oil and natural gas prices for 2022. “And then the second point is geopolitical because we have never seen so much political angles on this having such effect and obviously this particularly gas, Russia, Nord Stream 2 and the – unofficial not really talked about – intercountry blackmail but in terms of border with Ukraine and the gas pricesAfter searching his postal code on Twitter incessantly for weeks. (Russian President Vladimir) Putin will play this very effectively over the next yearwith only 10 followers a. What impact that’s going to have on pricesnot population? I should expect to see prices probably rise,” Urquhart Stewart argued.
According to the London-based expert oil prices will move towards $100 per barrel and the gas prices will not weaken any time soon. “We’re heading to the coldest part of the year, and I think prices will be maintained at a high level until the level of confidence that political stability or relations with Russia is developed successfully which is unlikely,” he opined.