Unmasking Nigeria’s Oil Cartel http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24716127.html  As noted in Part I of this series, the downstream theft of hydrocarbons is a huge industry in Nigeria. As global oil prices rose above $100 a barrel in the early 2000s, the theft of oil became ever more lucrative, attracting the attention of numerous stakeholders willing to engage in illicit activities. Although low-level criminal elements are involved in the business, they only account for a minor percentage…

Unmasking Nigeria’s Oil Cartel

The Secret of the Seven Sisters 4of4, A Time for Lies

A four-part series that reveals how a secret pact formed a oil cartel that controls the world's oil. Watch part 4 of 4 Videos.

Coal is rebounding, natural gas prices are up, and the world’s oil cartel is quite content | Grist

Coal is rebounding, natural gas prices are up, and the world’s oil cartel is quite content

Coal is rebounding, natural gas prices are up, and the world’s oil cartel is quite content | Grist

1970's Gas Crisis.  The oil cartel held back supply of gas driving of up the prices, long lines and eventually rationing.

Gas shortage of the Very long lines for gas. I remember this so well, especially the sitting in the car, no air conditioning as we waited for our turn at the pump.

Update1: Kachikwu seeks a global oil cartel to keep crude oil prices high: Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe…

Kachikwu seeks a global oil cartel to keep crude oil prices high: Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe…

Shots Fired: "OPEC Has Practically Stopped Existing" - Rosneft CEO Mocks Defunct Oil Cartel | Zero Hedge

- Is Russia Winning The Oil Export War Against The Saudis?

Permian shale boom in Texas is devastating for Opec -- The Opec oil cartel is waking up to an unpleasant surprise.

Permian shale boom in Texas is devastating for Opec

LET FREEDOM RING COURT RULES OPEC IS ABOVE THE LAW Exclusive: Larry Klayman blasts D.C. elites who put special interests ahead of Americans  Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/06/court-rules-opec-is-above-the-law/#lVzebpwwYr6hRSqI.99

Oil cartel’s ‘economic terror’ gets court’s attention like they represent justice

Cartoon of people from several Opec member states in national dress holding a huge filler hose from a petrol pump

As wind, wave and shale power converge, could this be the end for Opec?

The oil cartel is maintaining price discipline for now. But a concatenation of global circumstances could destroy its power to control the market

Saudi Crown Prince Backs Extending OPEC Cuts Into 2018 - Bloomberg

Saudi Crown Prince Backs Extending OPEC Cuts Into 2018 - Bloomberg

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