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  • Why OPEC Should Be Worried About Oil Demand Forecasts

    Published 15 March 2024 | viewed 24,975 times

    OPEC+ has found itself in the unfortunate position of once again battling against non-OPEC producers to keep the market balanced. In its latest forecast, the…

  • OPEC+ Boosts Oil Prices But Downside Risk Remains

    Published 08 March 2024 | viewed 4,245 times

    April West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures have seen varied movements in the past week, influenced by a range of global factors. The interplay…

  • The U.S. Is Ready to Reimpose Sanctions on Venezuela

    Published 08 March 2024 | viewed 2,552 times

    Venezuela has announced an election date - July 28 - and Maduro is the only candidate, with a return of U.S. sanctions at stake. Maduro…

  • Israel Expects to Remain in Gaza for 10 Years

    Published 08 March 2024 | viewed 1,534 times

    Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict Lithuanian intelligence summarized by the Institute for the Study of War assessed that Russia is capable of maintaining its current momentum…

  • Iran's Oil Production Rises Despite Sanctions

    Published 08 March 2024 | viewed 2,225 times

    1. Guyana Takes Over European Oil Markets - Guyanese crude exports to Europe hit an all-time high in February, moving to 432,000 b/d, as the…

  • Red Sea Disruptions Push OECD Crude Inventories Lower

    Published 01 March 2024 | viewed 2,247 times

    1. Red Sea Disruptions Shrink OECD Crude Inventories Further - The price squeeze in the Atlantic Basin market has mostly stemmed from longer and costlier…

  • Supply Becomes a Downward Risk for Oil Prices Despite OPEC+ Cuts

    Published 01 March 2024 | viewed 7,064 times

    This week's crude oil price movements have been significantly influenced by various economic indicators and central bank policies. In the U.S., the Federal Reserve's preferred…

  • Israel's Plan to Expand Settlements Weakens U.S. Support

    Published 01 March 2024 | viewed 1,132 times

    Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict Tel Aviv added more fuel to the fire in the conflict with Gaza this week by announcing an expansion of settlements…

  • NATO Raises Rhetoric as Russia Inches Forward in Ukraine

    Published 01 March 2024 | viewed 1,421 times

    NATO has, for all intents and purposes, given Kyiv the green light to target anything within Russia’s borders, with Secretary General Jens Stoltenburg telling RFE/RL…

  • Plunging Natural Gas Prices Is Bad News for Drillers

    Published 23 February 2024 | viewed 4,094 times

    1. Plunging Natural Gas Prices Is Not Good News for US Oilmen- The once red-hot labor market for oil services and drilling firms has been…

  • A Signal of Strong Short Term Demand in Oil Markets

    Published 23 February 2024 | viewed 7,028 times

    This week, crude oil prices are inching higher, primarily driven by concerns over tightening supply. As of the latest trading sessions, April West Texas Intermediate…

  • Iraq Moves to Take Control of Kurdistan's Finances

    Published 23 February 2024 | viewed 2,455 times

    Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict The Federal Supreme Court in Baghdad has ordered the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to relinquish all oil and non-oil revenue to…

  • How To Play The Nuclear Power Renaissance

    Published 23 February 2024 | viewed 1,516 times

    Back in the 1950s, when nuclear power became a thing, it was seen as the great hope for mankind, a new source of energy in…

  • Putin Moves to Strengthen His Position Ahead of Elections

    Published 23 February 2024 | viewed 426 times

    Russia has pushed through Ukrainian forces in the new flashpoint town of Avdiivka and has vowed to go further into Ukraine. Meanwhile, Putin is now…

  • Traders Cautiously Optimistic About Crude

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 3,264 times

    Weekly Performance and Overview As the week concludes, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil is experiencing a modest gain, increasing by approximately 1.35%. This movement…

  • Exxon Carries on Drilling Off Essequibo Despite Venezuela's Objections

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 1,195 times

    Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict -Ukraine said this week that it had destroyed a Russian warship off the coast of occupied Crimea, sinking the vessel with…

  • Why APA is Underperforming the Sector and Why That May Change

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 1,244 times

    There are times when I look at the price and performance of a stock as compared to the performance of the underlying company and just…

  • Israel-Hezbollah Tensions Flare Up

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 1,094 times

    Cross-border missile exchanges between Israel and Lebanon intensified this week, with Hezbollah launching missiles at northern Israel and Israel responding with its own missile barrage…

  • Will OPEC Increase Production?

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 4,925 times

    Numbers Report – February 16, 2024 In the latest edition of the Numbers Report, we will take a look at some of the most interesting…

  • After Being Neutral for A While, I Now Have A View On Crude

    Published 09 February 2024 | viewed 21,206 times

    As most of you know, while I do invest in stocks in the energy space, and occasionally give you my opinion of individual security based…

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