Thursday, February 21, 2019

WTI $52.61 +$1.12, Brent $61.67 +$1.61, Diff -$9.06 +49c, NG $4.49 +16cOil PriceWell it was at least a deal and one that markets liked, just about. Closing prices were well off...

WTI $51.49 -$1.40, Brent $60.06 -$1.50, Diff $8.57 -10c, NG $4.33 -14cOil PriceMarkets don't like uncertainly and that is what they are getting at the moment. Opec met yesterday and unusually...

A Guest Post by Islandboy The EIA released the latest edition of their Electric Power Monthly on November 27th, with data for September 2018. The table above shows the percentage contribution of...

GoneFishing Wrote:“Maybe ICE’s will double in mpg and run right up until 2040, but it’s a game of diminishing returns and diminishing performance. How long will the public and the banks...

The OPEC + countries must cut 2019 supply growth by 1.5 million bpd if they want oil prices back above $70 next year.US production at $50 WTI levels would remove only 0.4...

WTI $52.89 -36c, Brent $61.56 -52c, Diff -$8.67 -16c, NG $4.47 +1cOil PriceThe day of the Opec+ meeting has arrived with seemingly little consensus but for a general agreement that production...

Following the news (Friday 30 November) of Royal Dutch Shell subsidiary A/S Norske Shell completing a deal to exit its operated interest (44.56%) in the Draugen oil field and its non-operated...

By Irina Slav for Oilprice.com To cut and push up prices or not to cut and preserve market share, this is the question that Saudi Arabia is facing ahead of this...

London (Platts)--03Dec2018/859 am EST/1359 GMT     Qatar's decision to become the first Middle East member country to leave OPEC and focus on its core strength of gas exports has stunned the cartel....

Following a drastic drop in the Waha Hub natural gas price earlier this week,Adrian Lara, Senior Oil and Gas Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view...
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