Forecasts for oil for 2016 do not look favorable
Founder and Head of the analysis of energy markets OPIS Tom Klose offered a gloomy forecast for oil prices in 2016.
As predicted Clos, crude oil futures for WTI, traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange reached a cost of $ 32 per barrel.
December 31, 2015, the last trading day of the year, the price of WTI crude oil was at $ 37.76, or 3.6% higher.TI losses amounted to 30% of its value in 2015, and the cost of Brent crude oil fell by 34%.
But Tom Clos excluding in their predictions fall in oil prices to $ 20 per barrel, although the prospects of "black gold" in 2016, he described as "very grim."