The long era of too much oil sloshing around the world and low prices is coming to an end, just as global events are heating up crude prices. On Friday, President Donald Trump ordered U.S. forces to join France and Britain in launching targeted strikes in Syria, in retaliation for an attack on civilians that employed chemical weapons. With other parts of the world already in turmoil, fallout from Syria could upend the dynamic, as the peak summer season for oil demand approaches, keeping oil prices in a new, elevated range. “Syria is a client state of Russia and Iran,” said John Kilduff, energy analyst at Again Capital. In his […]