June 2020, Vol. 247, No. 6


Midstream Making Sense of Ongoing Coronavirus Shockwaves

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor On Easter Sunday when all of America’s churches were silent, President Trump, who earlier had wished they could be filled with worshipers, was helping broker a final oil production agreement among nearly two dozen producing nations as a way of easing the global glut of crude at a time when the coronavirus (COVID-19) had eliminated millions of barrels of daily demand.  For the American leader it was a significant move globally and domestically to help heal a U.S. economy that had been brought to a standstill by COVID-19 mitigation measures. If there was ever a clear intersection between COVID-19 and a shocked o

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