Pumping up the Hydrogen Volumes

With oil prices now dancing in the skies like  Trinidad and Tobago’s  Peter Minshall dingolaying  “Tan Tan and Saga Boy” over the Barcelona 1992 Olympics and other shows, the air is rare as simple Hydrogen seeps threateningly into ethereal fields of energy dreams and nightmares across our restless planet.

No traditional big oil player is more keenly aware of the tricks lurking in a trade so full of potential for sudden change where one solitary dry hole can leverage the commodity Demand-Supply balance over one degree in one drop of a second chance.

It’s no wonder therefore that, even as countries delightedly collect the benefits of current high product sales margins, the Saudi Arabia Energy Minister is respectfully cautioning producers about the ease and speed with which their economies can dive south as demand begins to outstrip supply.