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2 Mar 2020 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The spread of coronavirus has contributed to a one-quarter plunge in oil prices, and even torpedoed the industry’s global pow-wow in Houston. Demand could decline for the first time in a decade. This new demand shock will steal valuable time from companies preparing for peak oil.

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