The Ukrainian oil boom, fueled by the war, is once again making oil-exporting countries in the Middle East richer, but experts warn that this may be the last they get, according to the American channel’s website. CNN.

These countries should see up to $1,300 billion (about €1,316 billion) in additional oil revenues over the next four years thanks to strong global prices, according to the IMF, which should bolster their sovereign wealth funds’ margin of maneuver. . Only Saudi Arabia is now winning “1 billion dollars a day thanks to oil” noted CNN.

The Gulf countries already had oil booms in the 1970s and 1980s and early 2000s. But the evolution of energy consumption behavior on a global scale and the ecological transition initiated in several countries may slow down these price peaks, exp.