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  • The February Hangover In Oil Markets

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 3,154 times

    Have you ever celebrated an event too much? The next day isn’t always very fun. Sometimes the most enjoyable events in life such as holiday…

  • Markets Impressed By Extra Saudi Production Cuts

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 4,154 times

    After the uncertainty and stress of the past weeks, the mid-February oil market is definitely showing signs of a more favorable working environment for all…

  • Iran’s Present Is Shaky, Its Future Is Precarious

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 3,926 times

    It is genuinely difficult to predict what the Iran conundrum would lead to in the end, however, the current setup appears to be a very…

  • Global Intelligence Report - 13th February 2019

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 2,818 times

    Sources -Western diplomat in Libya- Libyan government official- Energy consultant with background in Libyan oil plays- Political analyst/expert on Libyan domestic politics and geopolitics- Turkish…

  • Oil Arbitrage Economics: Heavy Crudes Get Pricier

    Published 06 February 2019 | viewed 6,686 times

    Unascertainable times we are having on the global oil market. The struggle for Venezuela, with all its twists and turns, should be looming large as…

  • Is This The Point Of No Return For Maduro?

    Published 06 February 2019 | viewed 38,165 times

    Things have certainly moved into a higher gear in Venezuela, with a genuine diarchy vying for control over the country’s resources and populace. The alleged…

  • Expect More Bullish News For Oil This Month

    Published 06 February 2019 | viewed 10,230 times

    Last month we wrote a series of notes arguing that risks were either skewed sideways or slightly higher for oil primarily based on the ideas…

  • Geopolitical Notebook February 6th 2019

    Published 06 February 2019 | viewed 4,072 times

    Sources • Two Swiss bankers who know Couriol, the man behind the Venezuela gold scandal• One former Swiss prosecutor who works as a private investigator•…

  • U.S. Sanctions Hit Venezuela Hard

    Published 30 January 2019 | viewed 8,777 times

    U.S. sanctions against Venezuela, announced this Monday as a part of a political pressure campaign exerted on President Nicolás Maduro, have rocked the oil industry…

  • What Impact Will Nigeria’s Elections Have On Oil?

    Published 30 January 2019 | viewed 5,782 times

    On February 16, 2019, Nigeria will start off its general elections during which voters will elect the President, National Assembly and an overwhelming majority of…

  • The Key Risks For Oil In February

    Published 30 January 2019 | viewed 9,011 times

    Oil markets are subject to some compelling story lines right now. Trump/Xi relations are holding risk markets hostage. The US Fed seems to be in…

  • Global Intelligence Report - 30th January 2019

    Published 30 January 2019 | viewed 4,977 times

    Sources - Geopolitical consultant to Fortune 500 companies in the Americas- High-level Scottish government official- Energy consultant to Scottish government- EU economic analyst in Brussels…

  • Oil Recovers From Volatile Week

    Published 23 January 2019 | viewed 5,332 times

    Oil has experienced a tumultuous week, with news from China shaking up the already fragile balance of the markets. The Chinese economy seems to be…

  • The Canadian OPEC: Are Alberta’s Output Cuts Sustainable?

    Published 23 January 2019 | viewed 5,138 times

    Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has moved to the ranks of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and Russian President Vladimir Putin by dictating production cuts,…

  • Global Intelligence Report - 23rd January 2019

    Published 23 January 2019 | viewed 3,996 times

    Sources - Nigerian political analyst in Abuja- Investigative journalist in Dubai- Former US intelligence operative in Gulf- A financial executive with ties to highest circles…

  • Do Oil Markets Really Suffer From Slow Economic Growth?

    Published 23 January 2019 | viewed 5,173 times

    The World Economic Forum’s annual Davos gathering is occurring this week and once again your beloved author’s invitation seems to have been lost in the…

  • Oil Stabilizes As OPEC Implements Cuts

    Published 16 January 2019 | viewed 4,815 times

    The oil rally of the past two weeks continues, even though in a more tempered manner, on the back of U.S. commercial crude supplies shrinking,…

  • Global Intelligence Report - 16th January 2019

    Published 16 January 2019 | viewed 3,609 times

    Sources • Iranian energy ministry official• British geopolitical expert for major consulting house• Energy consultant operating in Iran• Western diplomat in Libya The Iran Energy…

  • Oil’s Traffic Light Turns Yellow

    Published 16 January 2019 | viewed 4,198 times

    Oil traders saw a mixed bag this week with Brent prices treading water near the $60 mark on a mix of bearish and bullish signals.…

  • How Much Further Can Venezuela’s Oil Production Fall?

    Published 16 January 2019 | viewed 7,378 times

    Ambivalent is the word that best describes the condition Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has found himself in. From a formal point of view, his January…

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