Crude oil prices continue to drop in the wake of Saudi Arabia's shift in leadership. U.S. policymakers will have a tougher time with new King Salman than they've had in some time.
With King Salman taking over in Saudi Arabia, many have wondered how the OPEC country will handle its oil policy.
The country's refusal to cut production in 2014 was one of the biggest reasons crude oil prices fell so sharply over the past seven months.
Money Morning's Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors appeared on CNBC last week and discussed how Saudi Arabia could handle its oil policy now. He's a 35-year expert in oil and gas policy, and regularly meets with oil policymakers from around the globe.