Bloomberg: Oil's Next Big Boom

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  1. Agent Smith

    Agent Smith5 jam yang lalu

    Venezuela has huge deposits of heavy oil. Its problem isn't lack of oil, but lack of free market and investments.

  2. Ina Mart

    Ina Mart20 jam yang lalu

    It costs the Saudis 8$...beat that

  3. Ina Mart

    Ina Mart20 jam yang lalu

    Who sponsored this bs? We already have oil producers plenty, why dig for crap...

  4. Bessie Staton

    Bessie Staton7 hari yang lalu

    Natural Gas is much cheaper than oil to heat homes. Oil. Pollute the environment .Bloomberg should invest in something that would create more jobs for Americans. He cannot take his billions of dollars with him when he expire.

  5. RK S

    RK S13 hari yang lalu

    Title should be United States of America’s newest bitches !!!😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

  6. Ian Bynoe

    Ian Bynoe14 hari yang lalu

    This whole program is about Argentina's oil when Guyana is the number one hotspot in the world with an unprecedented discovery rate of over 83%, unheard-of in the oil industry and all you are talking about is Argentina, give me a break. This video is one-sided.

  7. john Frenchie

    john Frenchie18 hari yang lalu

    Even with those “fantastic” production, oil production globally is flat, conventional reached the peak years ago, shell oil compensates at capex and environmental cost. This ad for Latam Oil projects is insane and not information at all. Real fight will be in Arctic when global warming makes it reachable and another potential hit to the environment.

  8. Skyler Holman

    Skyler Holman18 hari yang lalu

    Die, oil

  9. Mike Callies

    Mike Callies18 hari yang lalu

    Parasites destroying the earth .

  10. NITESH MOHAN DAS

    NITESH MOHAN DAS20 hari yang lalu

    Just watching destruction of environment

  11. STELIOS TSITSOPOYLOS

    STELIOS TSITSOPOYLOS22 hari yang lalu

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  12. Jesse Bedolla

    Jesse Bedolla23 hari yang lalu

    You see the numbers, it makes it really hard to not get into the oil industry. . .

  13. Big John

    Big John27 hari yang lalu

    So supply of oil is going up, yet demand will go down See the dilemma?

  14. Big John

    Big John22 hari yang lalu

    @iii I said will, not right now in a few years . Though in 10-15 years we are expected to hit an oil glut as less and less oil is used, ICE cars and trucks go out of fashion and in general less oil is used to generate power. Also the US government is selling 100s of millions of barrels of oil from it's stockpile over the 2020s signaling that it's shifting its focus

  15. Vincent Conti

    Vincent Conti22 hari yang lalu

    @iii it's not.

  16. iii

    iii26 hari yang lalu

    How is demand going down in absolute terms?

  17. Cat Tac

    Cat Tac28 hari yang lalu

    Skip to 1:30 or 1:55 pending on your level of fluf tolerance

  18. Ali Qobadian-Kalhor

    Ali Qobadian-Kalhor28 hari yang lalu

    Unconventional is the word , Argentina don't even try to sell that ,

  19. Shogun Assassin

    Shogun AssassinBulan Yang lalu

    The chick needs to go.. geez she’s annoying

  20. Shogun Assassin

    Shogun Assassin25 hari yang lalu

    C. Lincoln someone is in love

  21. C. Lincoln

    C. Lincoln26 hari yang lalu

    No she's not. You need to go.

  22. Drosophila Melanogaster

    Drosophila MelanogasterBulan Yang lalu

    Oil's next boom is going to be an implosion.

  23. Cat Tac

    Cat Tac28 hari yang lalu

    Solar and hydroelectric

  24. Philip Emanuele

    Philip EmanueleBulan Yang lalu

    Fuck the world, who's with me! (sarcasm)

  25. Philip Emanuele

    Philip EmanueleBulan Yang lalu

    Oh man they're so F'ed the cost per joule will destroy their capital investments in these areas as solar costs keep cutting in half every 2 years.

  26. Eric Patterson

    Eric Patterson26 hari yang lalu

    Philip Emanuele that would be very positive

  27. Philip Emanuele

    Philip Emanuele26 hari yang lalu

    Eric Patterson I’m hopeful we get back into nuke and fusion becomes a reality.

  28. Eric Patterson

    Eric Patterson26 hari yang lalu

    Philip Emanuele my comment meant to say I hope your correct and I think you are. A mix of resources are critical for a stable world.

  29. Philip Emanuele

    Philip Emanuele26 hari yang lalu

    iii the price of storage has been halved over and over. We’re below $100 per kwh. Give it 10 years and we’ll be at $10 per kWh.

  30. iii

    iii26 hari yang lalu

    too bad you aren't going to see anywhere the same decrease in price to store that energy

  31. Fujio B

    Fujio BBulan Yang lalu

    Go Tesla!

  32. Robert Evans

    Robert EvansBulan Yang lalu

    Gee, I bought an electric car and so have many people I know. Oil is so last century. Get with the program and stop burning oil.

  33. Robert Evans

    Robert Evans24 hari yang lalu

    @PerfectPoint100 Oh, that's the reason for pumping up so much more oil when the world is crossing the tipping point to using less oil. Everyone is going to fly everywhere even though we have Harbour Air that has its first electric floatplane and is planning on converting its fleet over to electric.

  34. PerfectPoint100

    PerfectPoint10024 hari yang lalu

    I take it you don’t fly any where?

  35. Brandon 305

    Brandon 305Bulan Yang lalu

    @Robert Evans What my hair have to do with this buddy? Maybe if I was white like you It would be more straight you racist biggot.😌🖕

  36. Robert Evans

    Robert EvansBulan Yang lalu

    @Brandon 305 You have a point but if you comb your hair the right way, nobody will notice. There is nothing wrong with using a little oil but burning it on a daily basis is.

  37. Brandon 305

    Brandon 305Bulan Yang lalu

    I assume the tires on your Tesla is made from Wood ?..lol

  38. Werkinit420

    Werkinit420Bulan Yang lalu

    Oil is 19th-century tech! it destroys every country it is found in. OIL INDUSTRY MUST DIE

  39. Andrew AZURE SERVICES Perth West Aust

    Andrew AZURE SERVICES Perth West AustBulan Yang lalu

    Any story about oil MUST BE Accompanied with the facts that burning fossil fuels is poisioning our environment and is accelerating golbal warming all Scientists agree including Exxon's own scientists back in tbe 1970s but they choose to kerp it quiet so tney could continue to make money while they and all the other big oil companies poison our planet.

  40. Andrew AZURE SERVICES Perth West Aust

    Andrew AZURE SERVICES Perth West Aust24 hari yang lalu

    @Eric Patterson idreporter.net/v/video-6Ud-fPKnj3Q.html Have you had the opertunity to here Tony Seba speak about technology disruption Auto Industry and Energy Sector. ? Ive dropped in the link. Its the most comprehensive research being presented crossing the sectors looking at the most recent cost analysis or renewable energy production and storage. Im sure you will enjoy it.

  41. Eric Patterson

    Eric Patterson24 hari yang lalu

    Andy B Perth West Aust it is reasonable as you say. In order for this to work renewables must become a better solution than “mining”. I think it will. That is the only way emerging economies will come on board.

  42. Andrew AZURE SERVICES Perth West Aust

    Andrew AZURE SERVICES Perth West Aust25 hari yang lalu

    @Eric Patterson Hey Eric let us ignore the global warming story line for a moment. The combustion engine transport norm we have is poisoning our breathable air and this is the air our food grows in and the air that falls on the oceans that we catch our seafood in. There is simply no denying that we are all, me included, driving vehicals that collectivly cause 80% of the pollution in our air. We must change as a matter of human race survival before every city on the planet has air pollution just like SHANGHAI CHINA has now, you can breathe yes and the poeple are contracting all manner of respiratory problems, cancer etc etc. This is not what I want my family to have to live through, watching as each generation (my daughter) will have their life expectance halved compared to tbeir parents just due to having polluted air similar to that in Shanghai.

  43. Eric Patterson

    Eric PattersonBulan Yang lalu

    Andy, don’t think for one second any decrease in non renewables will decrease. There is simply too much infrastructure and investment. I do think that you will see growth that will be less than if renewables were not a viable solution. The problem that the solution addresses however will be energy stability. We will find out if CO2 poses the risks assumed by climatologists as I am certain all sources of energy will be increased greatly as is evidenced by global increases. No matter what developed countries do we will be swamped by developing economies need for cheap energy.

  44. Jim McClarin

    Jim McClarinBulan Yang lalu

    Great inside-the-box myopia. There will be an oil glut if internal combustion vehicles lose to out electric vehicles. Most major manufacturers are now making electric vehicles and their combined market share will probably rise sharply in the next few years. They cost far less in maintenance, have far better performance, and are competitively priced. We are in the age of technological hyper-change so can't look to historical adoption timelines.

  45. Jerry Erickson

    Jerry EricksonBulan Yang lalu

    Any sane company would never invest long term in latin america, especially in countries like argentina, mexico, etc. The politicans in latin america cannot be trusted. If you find one honest politician, he will soon be replaced by a left wing corrupt radical who will outright steal your investment, or a corrupt right winger who will cover a monthly bribe. The latin american people simply do not understand the importance of a free market economy, and elect people who tell them that capitalism and big companies (oil, etc) are the problem, not the solution. Most recent example: violent riots in chile (stimulated by leftists who lost the last election) because of a simple 4% hike in public transporte. The population is so stupid they beleive price controls are the solution. Nowadays, worldwide, when the left loses an election, they resort to violent protests and destroy the economy and democracy to regain power. No hope for investors, very few places left in the world for long term investments.

  46. Bughatii Lovren

    Bughatii LovrenBulan Yang lalu

    where there is oil there is a corrupted leader fact of life

  47. Saab AB1

    Saab AB13 hari yang lalu

    Bughatii Lovren No it’s a coincidence the oil was there before Kings were a thing

  48. Abdalmajed Saleh

    Abdalmajed SalehBulan Yang lalu

    im i the only one who think she sucks at interviews

  49. SaciakE

    SaciakEBulan Yang lalu

    whereever government is involved, corruption follows

  50. Phil Lizardking

    Phil LizardkingBulan Yang lalu

    Yes of course lets become dependent on other countries while completely destroying the environment. Who da fuck makes the decisions in this country? Big fuckin oil that's who

  51. WulfCry

    WulfCryBulan Yang lalu

    Oils next big boom whoever called that out No the title should be How Probable Will Up Coming Country Get Imbalance From A Uncertain Oil Infused Market. Latin america has decreased with its own growth plans for years out of the seeing scope from growing oil market. Humbug I say name one investing entity to whole latin america that could have created a market alliance.

  52. Lucas Daniel

    Lucas DanielBulan Yang lalu

    Oil & gas technical course! 202 Iff

  53. Dave Parsons

    Dave ParsonsBulan Yang lalu

    Haha, I remember ten years ago when that deep water find in Brazil was announced. They were going to be the next Saudi Arabia...lol. The price of gas was four bucks a gallon and they hunkered down to build their own platforms. Just in time for the plunge to two bucks a gallon in 2014. Oh well.

  54. jeff crawford

    jeff crawfordBulan Yang lalu

    Yeah this clown Steven Leeb said buy Petrobras right before it dropped from 80 to 3.

  55. jv DO MACHADÃO

    jv DO MACHADÃOBulan Yang lalu

    PROFESSOR DE PETRÓLEO CABEÇA QUADRADA SAFADO ACABANDO COM A GAMEPLAY POR CAUSA DE UM TRABALHO VSF!!!! IFF VAI TOMAR NO CUUUUUUU

  56. Morningrays2040@gmail.com

    Morningrays2040@gmail.comBulan Yang lalu

    US is very smart an alternative to Middle East is development of Latin America oil.

  57. King Palafox

    King PalafoxBulan Yang lalu

    Gee. I wonder why no one wants to invest with Mexico? I thought they were hardworking people?

  58. King Palafox

    King PalafoxBulan Yang lalu

    Alton Riggs, no. I wish it was that simple. The bigger problem is the people. If Mexicans are really good people, clean, hard working people then Mexico wouldn’t be a shit hole. How are you a 3rd world country when you’re right next to the USA? Simple, Mexicans are lazy, worthless people.

  59. Alton Riggs

    Alton RiggsBulan Yang lalu

    Corruption and gangs

  60. yustformusic

    yustformusicBulan Yang lalu

    this is one big advert for oil investment, it's completely onesided with lack of any counter arguments or investment oprertunities. I expected more from bloomberg. Oil's next boom will be when it falls below profitability. The boom of a giant toppeling over.

  61. Dick Ritchie

    Dick RitchieBulan Yang lalu

    Stupid mestizo Mexicans and South Americans are ruining civilization.

  62. Dave D

    Dave DBulan Yang lalu

    We should be stopping dragging crap out of the ground and get using more wind, solar and tidal. Oh, soz, not enough money for the fat gluttonous 'sell my mom for a buck' pricks yet, my bad

  63. Curtis Carpenter

    Curtis CarpenterBulan Yang lalu

    The UK needs more trade with nations like these emerging markets and newly industrialised nations outside Europe, nations like these are with each carrying their own levels of risk and opportunity but we need to learn from them what they can do from trading with them do so successfully from trading with them. like offering a extension if they commit to more carbon and emissions trading for instance to save face on both sides.

  64. Box Lane Productions

    Box Lane ProductionsBulan Yang lalu

    was this before or after the big booms?