Thanks for that...although there is a general trend towards green energy, nowadays there is little MSM news on current events in the Middle East.
What has become abundantly clear is, things are becoming increasingly unstable.
Not quite daily, but regularly, Houthi rebels (read Iran) are firing long range ballistic missiles at strategic oil facilities in Saudi Arabia (there is a question as to whether some actually originate from Iraq).https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Saudi-Arabia-Houthi-Rebels-Launched-New-Ballistic-Missile-Strike.html
I can recommend following @AuroraIntel and @ELINTNews on twitter.
I doubt this can continue for much longer without an escalation. Then you have the recent co-operation between Israel and Arab States which is odd in itself, and finally, following the recent attack on an Israeli Car Carrier, Netanyahu has reiterated that.....
....." it was his country's top priority that "Iran won't have nuclear weapons, with or without an agreement"."https://english.alaraby.co.uk/english/news/2021/3/1/netanyahu-blames-iran-for-boat-attack-says-striking-back
All I would say is, geopolitically, oil still has an important part to play in the near future...