When it comes to global oil markets, the one thing that everyone agrees on is that it’s complex. The recent plunge in oil prices has many of us searching for explanations: Why has the price of oil dropped from over $100 a barrel to $55 a barrel in less than a year? What are the geopolitical and economic implications of this drop? And what impact will these suddenly low prices have on other energy industries, both carbon-based and renewable? This week on Sea Change Radio, the first half of our two-part discussion with renowned energy market analyst Daniel Dicker. Author, former oil trader and frequent TV commentator, Dicker tries to help us make sense of these slippery oil market fluctuations.