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Here's what you'll get as a member of Oil & Gas Insider:
Understand the significance of every geopolitical bombshell, industry shake up and price spike. Rely on our experts to break down the ever-changing oil and gas sector for you.
With a network that spans the globe, we share news from the most influential and dangerous circles in energy. Stay ahead of the market and competition.
Weekly Numbers Report
Receive the latest price and inventory data with detailed explanations from some of the world's best energy analysts. Updates come with details on the newest energy opportunities and how they're impacting the markets in general.
Insight Beyond Numbers
Our oil & gas traders analyze oil and oil product arbitrage opportunities, compare OSPs, and analyze markets fundamentals to make sure you get both the bigger picture and the overlooked but crucial data.
Get an in-depth look at the geopolitical landscape as it relates to oil markets. The piece typically features info from contacts in the inner circles of some of the most powerful governments, companies and power brokers on the planet.
Oil Market Breakdown
Our expert market analysts break down key data for the oil and gas sector in an easy-to-digest overview - keeping you aware of market activity and what you should expect.
Our upstream and downstream experts highlight game-changing situations and projects around the globe, giving you full details and analysis before the news hits the wires.
Each week our experts analyze the biggest regulatory and technological developments in oil and gas sector, highlighting how the industry will be impacted.
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Read how we stayed ahead of the market:
When oil imports crashed in 2018 due to U.S sanctions on Iran, we were alerted by key oil hubs in Asia. Our members were ahead of the curve in understanding which parties would substitute Iranian crude.
In September 2017, our analysts warned against playing the short side as oil prices raced up from $50 to $70: "I can't foresee anything that could derail the upward bias at this time so I'm fairly confident that the next move is going to be triggered by investors buying strength or buying value. Trying to play the short side at current levels is a risky proposition."
When Mohammad bin Salman incarcerated a string of high-profile individuals within the Ritz Carlton in November 2017 - our readers were already reading into how OPEC oil production would be impacted.
In 2015, following the oil price crash, our data analysts were once again ahead of the market when they reported: "A combination of fundamental and technical analysis suggests a perfect storm may be brewing for a bullish breakout to the upside. Technically, the closing price reversal bottom formed the week ending January 22 at $27.56 was the first sign that the buying could be greater than the selling at current price levels."
When General Haftar retook the oil export terminals in Libya in 2017, our intelligence sources reported the assault two days before it took place - and our analysts highlighted the impact on global oil flows.