Meanwhile it is profitable for importing countries, exporting countries are doing a frowning face currently. Middle East and OPEC currently feels that the gas price isn't likely to go up after awhile. Some experts said that it will stay low at least for the whole 2016 year, and it may rise really in 2017 at the earliest. But there's no guarantee, in fact. The problem? They are already planning of stopping some drills for this very reason, because of the falling oil price. They delay the work involved in improving and getting higher oil production. And meanwhile some Middle East countries has reserve, some just faced revolution and wars and would really need the money of oil. The problem is by selling now, they will even get things harder for the whole oil economy, by making oil price falling even more. Oversupply. What's your take on this? What if Middle East slow down the production? Will the oil price rise in 2017?