Drop in energy investment could lead to shortages

11 May 2021

The global pandemic could create long-term shortages due to a significant drop in investment in the entire energy value chain, according to research.

A report from the Arab Petroleum Investment Corporation (Apicorp) said the energy sector, especially oil and gas, experienced an unprecedented 34% year-on-year drop in investments in 2020.

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