A possible major redution in fuel prices in the future, where our Project depends on fuel as one of the major resources, is this considered as Risk / Opportunity ?
The reason why I am asking this question, becuase I understand from PrepCast, in general, the a Risk / Opportunity (+ve) is something that my seem bad in the beginning, but you can take advantage of it and you can make it +ve. I am refering to the example you mentioned in the PrepCast, where the number of visitors might be more than expected, and you cannot manage this.
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