Will Australia’s diesel supply get worse?

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Description

Fuel prices – the topic of choice among plenty of Aussies right now.

Luke Grant is joined by Dr Lurion De Mello, senior lecturer at the Department of Applied Finance at Macquarie University’s Business School, to find out if the current prices get worse?

Brent Crude, the world’s crude oil price benchmark, touched $139 US dollars a barrel on the 7th March and today it’s hovering around $100.  In Dec last year it was around $75.

The war in Ukraine has caused prices to skyrocket with the threat of real supply concerns with 8-10 million barrels of oil from the world’s Number 3 oil producer, Russia, coming offline.

Subject

Liquid Fuel Supplies and Australia

Period17 Mar 2022

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleWill Australia’s diesel supply get worse?
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outlet2GB 873AM
    Media typeRadio
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date17/03/22
    DescriptionFuel prices – the topic of choice among plenty of Aussies right now.

    Luke Grant is joined by Dr Lurion De Mello, senior lecturer at the Department of Applied Finance at Macquarie University’s Business School, to find out if the current prices get worse?

    Brent Crude, the world’s crude oil price benchmark, touched $139 US dollars a barrel on the 7th March and today it’s hovering around $100. In Dec last year it was around $75.

    The war in Ukraine has caused prices to skyrocket with the threat of real supply concerns with 8-10 million barrels of oil from the world’s Number 3 oil producer, Russia, coming offline.
    Producer/AuthorLuke Grant
    URLhttps://www.2gb.com/podcast/will-australias-diesel-supply-get-worse/
    PersonsLurion De Mello