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speculative tendency towards higher prices but what's what that he's behind it is especially demand demand increases. higher than we expected which is not surprising because prices have been low and so consumers are keen to to use more oil and the oil products. all opec made that decision at the beginning of the year to bring down supply. so that they would like to think that they they had a hand in this rise in prices but is that with wishful thinking on their part now of course it's always a matter of demand there's hoopla either supply has. somewhat and we have had some withdrawal from the stocks there is heated debate how much withdrawal from stocks really mean has there been just
a shift in stocks from one country to another country. this is difficult to say stocks continue to be large so there is no immediate reason for an increase sharp increase in prices at this stage process may. be strong but then we'll have to see what the response of supply will be especially supply in the united states from shale oil which at these prices is likely to start increasing quite rapidly let's talk more about that then what is your outlook then for the next few months with oil prices do you see these prices continuing to rise and if so are up to what level i think prices now are heading towards a level of sixty dollars per barrel if. this had to come by sooner or later about sixty dollars per barrel there are plenty of plays her specially in the
united states but also in canada because i'm quite interesting quite profitable so supply will increase also this simply among producing countries may start to erode people may start saying that after all there is no need to maintain. production at the low level in the tendency the temptation to in. the supply will also be there so i don't expect the prices may rise much above sixty dollars per barrel at any point in time in in the next year so how would you assess the overall health of the oil industry right now when the oil industry is. i believe doing fundamentally well there is an equilibrium of demand and supply stocks are being slowly reduced. i do not expect any there mattick changes in prices i think prices are kept
within a fairly narrow range which we may define fifty to sixty may be. as we reach two thousand and twenty they may get to sixty five but i am skeptical about any sudden change in prices. except if that is a some kind of security or military threat which then would start a speculative flare up but it would be a fear of you know if prices increase very high for a short period of time this doesn't have much importance in fact but looking at this long term when you look at things like develop further development towards electric cars united kingdom recently said that they were going to phase phase all fossil fuel cars by by twenty forty you look at china they're heading in that
direction as well and china is of course a huge buyer of all right now what sort of an effect is that going to have on the industry as a whole long term it will have an effect but it should not be exaggerated the word this not the order or france or china. even and you know china is a very important country but there are other important countries and. i think the two thousand and four days not exactly around the corner. more than the years to get their perception of me change the future of electric cars has to be proven it will be proven i believe. this is it then they'd see that will play out but progressively so. when when people speak of.
demand this should not be viewed as. a dramatic peak after which there is a collapse in the net and i think there will be a long period in which. we remain in demand but perhaps it is the man will not grow as much as it has grown in the past good to speak with you professor. thanks very much for being with us thank you and finally if you're going to have a digital discussion where better than the birthplace of skype or a challenge reports from tallinn in estonia. coding kids these are stony and children haven't started high school yet but already they're programming robots you can really like. teach people. it's really love to learn.
but. the aim is to create a generation with a smarter relationship with technology digital skills for everyone and if all goes well someday one of those kids might be able to build another skype this is easily estonia's biggest tech success story the company has to make video and voice calls over the internet and was bought by microsoft in two thousand and eleven for eight point five billion dollars startup entrepreneurship is a natural fit for a country that spent the past two decades turning itself into one of the most advanced digital societies in the world we're going to say that that's a really big influence there because one is that it functioned for the boot camp then it just great that a bunch of wealthy people could invest finally i think it's because as soon as paul and people know each other so people went like oh i went to high school with these
guys if they can do it so can i yarn is now an investor in new estonian startups here and i'm trying to learn spanish like a language learning at a linguist i asked its chief operating officer whether being a stone in makes young companies here think differently. so. the mystic market doesn't exist. so it means from within you one you need to think global startup culture and overcoming the country's diminutive size also inspired the estonian government's the residency program costing one hundred or so dollars and a residency invites business people from anywhere in the world to remotely create a company here and gain access to the country's streamlined digital infrastructure it doesn't bring in much money but it does foster the network's estonia values you need to have a texas birth on a go explosion to have a virtual ohthis and if you need
a scanner services will put you in touch with. companies so it makes a snowball effect and a lot of some companies benefit from the services they provide. estonia believes countries will one day compete for the residence based on the quality of their digital services and business environments if that prediction is correct estonia already has a significant lead. on next week's show we'll be looking at donald trump's tax ambitions why his opponents will only increase the gap between rich and poor that is our show for this week you can get in touch with us by tweeting at has him seeker and do you use the hash tag d.c. when you do or drop us an e-mail. dot net is our address but there's more for you online at c.n.n. dot com dow take you straight to our page which has individual reports links and entire episodes for you to catch up on that is it for this edition of counting the
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how do i get adrian fenty get here in doha the top stories on al-jazeera at least fifty nine people dead more than five hundred injured in las vegas after the deadliest mass shooting in modern u.s. history the gunman sixty four year old stephen paddick was found dead by police in the hotel room that he opened fire from twenty three guns were found in the room and a father nineteen at his home north of las vegas rob reynolds reports. this is the moment when a harmless sunday night out became a nightmare. twenty thousand concert goers were enjoying a country music festival when suddenly death rained down from above terrified they scrambled for safety came down and then one after the other and we were lange on
the floor i know to get up to ride and just to stay to time but it was didn't know if it was safe to move because just about everything that was going on just getting here at home and just shooting for people who die in our pool and as we went through the airport parking lot and up and down hill through the pot on that everywhere perched in a sniper's nest on the thirty second floor of the mandalay bay hotel sixty four year old stephen paddick fired off hundreds of bullets from a fully automatic military style machine gun the carnage lasted for ten minutes as police broke down the hotel room door patrick killed himself on monday morning the scale of the atrocity became heartbreakingly clear we are currently standing at five twenty seven for individuals injured and individuals that have died or passed away fifty nine police called patrick a lone wolf you apparently had no criminal record no history of mental illness and
the f.b.i. said he had no connection with any overseas groups such as eisel or al qaida it was an. wouldn't that he had weapons in his room we have determined that there has been employees going to and fro from his room and not in an affair is was noticed at this point that's what we know now police hope paddocks female companion marilou danley might provide clues as to his motives friends say she's been out of the country a somber president donald trump addressed the nation we pray for the entire nation to find unity and peace and we pray for the day when evil is banished and the innocent are safe from hatred and from fear trump plans to visit las vegas on wednesday among the many unanswered questions are how patrick got a hold of a fully automatic machine gun which even in the us with its permissive gun laws is
not obtainable without a special license las vegas has always been known as a city where people from around the world come to gamble take in a show and generally have fun but from now on this city's history will forever be shadowed by one terrible night when music gave way to mass murder robbery and a las vegas catalunya as government is calling for international mediation to resolve the crisis sparked by the vote on secession from spain the regional president has demanded the removal of a ten thousand spanish police who were sent that in the lead up to the referendum. iran has deployed dozens of tanks along its border with iraq so thomas kurdish region following last week's secession referendum that the employment is possible of joint military drills with iraqi armed forces the referendum was held in defiance of the government in baghdad as well as neighbors iran and turkey. the
u.s. government says that progress is being made in rehabilitating puerto rico almost three weeks after the out and was hit by hurricane maria large parts of the u.s. territory still without running water or electricity u.s. president donald trump is due to visit on tuesday thousands of workers sort of toyota manufacturing plant in a straight set to lose their jobs the auto giant announced that it's to end production in melbourne the second car company to shut down the country in the last two years ford closed its plant in victoria's g.e. long after ninety one years twenty years an absence here after al-jazeera world next.
having to navigate it without being able to see is a challenge. it's one that the four people in the story have done every day of their inspiring line. decided to this event to the residents in a subtle month. he did miss it it was from a study that took out the letter alluded to a month will not miss a is on learning a question which will condemn the. president obama said in sizing up one of those senate young lushness a little a lot of the on the to. her her. this is the almost the little
an update on the situation. these past twenty hours have been trying and we know we have a long way to go i'm proud of the courage and resiliency displayed by all our first responders on this event i also want to appeal to you in the public and the media we know of no known threats in our las vegas area if we did know of anything that could harm the safety and security of our citizens we would tell you that in order partment would act upon that please allow our department the ability to do what they do the best investigate crime and keep you safe castle early as government is calling for international mediation to resolve the crisis sparked by the vote on suspension succession from spain trades unions a call for a general strike on tuesday as widespread public anger over riot police tactics. iran has deployed dozens of tanks along its border with iraq so thomas kurdish
region following last week's a session referendum the deployment as part of joint military drills with iraqi armed forces the referendum was held in defiance of the government in baghdad as well as neighboring iran and turkey the u.s. government says that progress is being made in rehabilitating puerto rico almost three weeks after the island was hit by hurricane maria large parts of the u.s. territory are still without running water or electricity u.s. president donald trump is use a visit on tuesday thousands of workers at the toyota manufacturing plant in australia as a lose their jobs the auto giant announced that it's to end production in melbourne u.s. singer tom petty has died after suffering a heart attack. as he rose to fame in the one nine hundred seventy s. with his group tom petty and a heartbreaker he was sixty six years old had a hugely successful solo career selling more than eighty million records worldwide
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business in two thousand and three or two thousand and four at the time it was small but then it began to expand change al-jazeera well meets the growing chinese community in egypt egypt made in china at this time. still got more clout and rain across northern parts of the middle east well nary a cloud just spilling out to turkey straddling the black sea into the caspian sea and that wet weather is still there across georgia armenia and azerbaijan extends all the way into is back to start as well where we may well see some snow rain that we have just around turning increasingly wintry around the foothills of the himalayas then as we go on into wednesday couple should be warm and dry twenty nine celsius thirty nine cells just for kuwait city but look further north still some very heavy rain up towards the caspian sea northern parts of iran again seeing some lively showers now showers in the forecast across the middle east this warm and dry
doha getting up to thirty nine celsius or so over the next couple of days with more hazy sunshine right across the region plenty of sunshine so into southern africa right over the next day or so she settled little more cloud just around the western cape knotting a little further a switch and i think increased the wet here was we go on through wednesday some very heavy showers for the east and showers continuing to just around the therapy and hollers but fewer and further between more showers there into the gulf of guinea and we'll see some lively showers for god i'm glad the area.
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