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    Published 13 September 2019 | viewed 7,917 times

    Friday, September 13, 2019 1. OXY’s free cash flow yield- Morgan Stanley singled out Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY) as a free cash flow growth story…

  • Saudis Raise Crude Prices To Asia In Jittery Oil Markets

    Published 11 September 2019 | viewed 9,101 times

    Leading crude producers finally decided to reassure the markets, availing themselves of the platform of the World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi. The new Saudi…

  • US Oil Export Boom Hasn’t Hurt Middle East Producers

    Published 11 September 2019 | viewed 4,875 times

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  • Has Bolton’s Firing Burst The Oil Price Bubble?

    Published 11 September 2019 | viewed 9,156 times

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  • Oil Moves Higher, But Traders Remain Cautious

    Published 11 September 2019 | viewed 6,006 times

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  • Why You Should ‘Sell’ The OPEC Meeting This Time Around

    Published 06 September 2019 | viewed 9,832 times

    There are very few reliable patterns in any market, let alone the volatile oil markets. There is, however, one thing that seems to happen more…

  • The Lesson Oil Markets Will Never Learn

    Published 06 September 2019 | viewed 8,190 times

    Oil prices rallied nicely earlier this week on optimism surrounding US-China trade war talks, but lessons here are never learned by the market, which is…

  • Oil Fails To Gain Traction In Rattled Markets

    Published 06 September 2019 | viewed 6,164 times

    U.S. West Texas Intermediate and International-benchmark Brent crude oil futures are trading higher for the week, but have given up more than half of their…

  • Is Argentina Set For Another Debt Default?

    Published 06 September 2019 | viewed 6,592 times

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  • Global EV Sales Decline For The First Time Ever

    Published 06 September 2019 | viewed 7,110 times

    Friday, September 6, 2019 1. Oil surplus not going away - The oil market could see a supply surplus and inventory builds for the next…

  • Trade War Impasse Keeps Oil Prices From Rising

    Published 04 September 2019 | viewed 4,734 times

    The first week of September continued on the course set by August, most of the market motion can be boiled down to the US-China trade…

  • Revolutionizing Latin American Oil Flows

    Published 04 September 2019 | viewed 4,143 times

    In the past two weeks, we have analyzed the prospects of US crude exports to Europe and Asia, both with its region-specific challenges yet both…

  • Does It Matter Who Heads Saudi Aramco?

    Published 04 September 2019 | viewed 5,769 times

    In just a few short days, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al Falih had two major powers stripped away. Saudi Arabia split off the Ministry of…

  • What A Trade Deal Would Mean For Oil

    Published 04 September 2019 | viewed 9,579 times

    Oil prices shifted lower to start the week on the back of a fresh round of tariffs placed by Trump on Chinese goods, another contraction-territory…

  • OPEC’s Only Hope

    Published 30 August 2019 | viewed 11,790 times

    The trade war continues to weigh heavily on the oil market as forecasts paint a gloomier picture for oil prices with every passing week. This…

  • The Obvious Play For This White House Policy Change

    Published 30 August 2019 | viewed 5,348 times

    Attempting to trade based on pronouncements and policies coming from the Trump administration can leave many people scratching their heads. I have pointed out on…

  • What’s Coming Up In The Oil Patch?

    Published 30 August 2019 | viewed 12,608 times

    Coming up .. what to watch in the oil patch - Apache is gearing up to drill its first exploration well in Block 58, offshore…

  • The End Of An Era For Alaskan Oil

    Published 30 August 2019 | viewed 9,843 times

    Friday August 30, 2019 1. BP exits Alaska, ending 6 decades of operations- BP (NYSE: BP) agreed to sell its Alaska operations to privately-held Hilcorp…

  • A Bullish Nudge For Oil

    Published 30 August 2019 | viewed 11,146 times

    October West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures are in a position to finish higher for the week after a weak trade on Monday. The weakness…

  • Strong Downstream Demand Supports Oil Markets

    Published 28 August 2019 | viewed 4,866 times

    The spiraling tensions between the United States and China have rocked the crude market, reinforcing concerns that global demand growth might turn even weaker than…

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