There are many uncertainties about the future of gas in 2020. Many people will be worried about the price, but it is more about what might happen in the future than how much is the cost now. In this article I would like to consider the three main things that may happen, and what might happen before they happen.
First of all, the oil companies may decide that it is not worth their while to invest in developing oil production as a result of the current price of gas, and so they are going to sell off all of their remaining assets, and the price will fall accordingly. This may affect the price of petrol, but not as much as people imagine, because of how easy it is to move gas from one area of the country to another.
Second, some countries might decide to start using coal for their oil, and this is likely to lower the price of fuel considerably, as coal is much more expensive to extract than the oil produced by the oil companies. This is a concern that governments across the world should be thinking about at this time, because coal prices have recently gone up, but there is no reason why the price cannot go down again. In fact, the governments in the US and the UK have been encouraging more people to buy diesel or other non-petrol alternatives, in order to reduce the demand for petrol.
Last, the prices of crude oil can also go up very quickly if oil production is not as high as people think. However, if the world is producing a lot of oil, and if production is only a small amount, then the price will drop off. Therefore, we should be careful about looking too far ahead to make decisions about the future price of oil. If we see that production is falling, then prices will not go very far up.
If we look at the future of oil production as it stands today, it is clear that production will stay high for many years to come. Many of the major oil producing countries have a great deal of untapped oil, and many of these areas are being developed at a very rapid rate. Some of these areas are only a few years away from being able to produce as much oil as the world produces today.
So the best thing to do at the moment is to pay attention to developments in the oil industry, and look at how many years it will take for oil production to catch up with demand, and bring down the prices again. It is important to remember that the future of gas in 2020 will depend on oil prices, because if production is growing, the price of petrol will go up because the world is using less oil to power the infrastructure.