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05 November

The GERM Report

Welcome to The GERM Report by Dan Graeber, a commentary on the intersection between geopolitical events and the price of oil. GERM stands for Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring. Our indicator is based on the expected price volatility by the end of the current trading week.

Risk level: Orange-High

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Tagged Iran crude exports, Iran sanctions, Iran, OPEC supply growth, Russia oil production, geopolitical tension, geopolitics Leave a comment
29 October

The GERM Report

Welcome to The GERM Report by Dan Graeber, a commentary on the intersection between geopolitical events and the price of oil. GERM stands for Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring. Our indicator is based on the expected price volatility by the end of the current trading week.

Risk level: Orange-High

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Tagged Iran sanctions, saudi arabia crude exports, OPEC oil demand growth, geopolitical tension, geopolitics 1 Comment
15 October

The GERM Report

Welcome to The GERM Report by Dan Graeber, a commentary on the intersection between geopolitical events and the price of oil. GERM stands for Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring. Our indicator is based on the expected price volatility by the end of the current trading week.

Risk level: Orange - High

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Tagged Iran sanctions, geopolitical tension, saudi arabia crude exports, geopolitics, OPEC crude exports, US imports of Saudi crude, crude oil exports Leave a comment
08 October

The GERM Report

Welcome to The GERM Report by Dan Graeber, a commentary on the intersection between geopolitical events and the price of oil. GERM stands for Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring. Our indicator is based on the expected price volatility by the end of the current trading week.

Risk level: Orange - High

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Tagged Iran sanctions, Iran crude exports, geopolitical tension, us dollar, geopolitics, oil prices, crude oil exports, Asia demand Leave a comment
01 October

The GERM Report

Welcome to The GERM Report by Dan Graeber, a commentary on the intersection between geopolitical events and the price of oil. GERM stands for Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring. Our indicator is based on the expected price volatility by the end of the current trading week.

Risk level: Orange - High

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Tagged Iran sanctions, Iran crude exports, US Gulf Coast crude export capacity, geopolitical tension, steel tariffs, geopolitics, us crude exports, OPEC crude exports, us oil production, crude oil exports, OPEC oil production Leave a comment
17 September

The GERM Report

Welcome to The GERM Report by Dan Graeber, a commentary on the intersection between geopolitical events and the price of oil. GERM stands for Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring. Our indicator is based on the expected price volatility by the end of the current trading week.

Risk level: Yellow - Elevated

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Tagged Iran sanctions, Iran crude exports, geopolitical tension, us natural gas exports, Russia crude exports, geopolitics, OPEC crude exports 1 Comment
27 July

ClipperClip: Covering all bases

I really look forward to talking to Ben Lichtenstein or Kevin Hincks on the TD Ameritrade Network; they come at things from a trading perspective, and always have their finger on the pulse. We covered all bases in this latest interview - from trade wars to Iranian tensions to Saudi's tactics to Brent's contango and gasoline.

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Tagged Strait of Hormuz, Saudi oil exports, Iran sanctions, contango, rbob Leave a comment
24 July

ClipperClip: Hormuz closure unlikely

Last night's appearance on CNBC Asia addressed certain presidential tweets relating to the oil market. While the U.S. threatens to reduce Iran's oil exports to zero, Iran threatens to close the Strait of Hormuz -  neither scenario seems likely. Hark, click on the below mugshot to launch to part of the interview.  

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02 July

Water Problems Stoke Unrest in Iran

Today's blog is a guest post by Noam Raydan, Geopolitical Analyst at ClipperData, who assesses current escalating tension in Iran amid water concerns in the oil-rich southern region of the country. 

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Tagged Iran oil production, Iran sanctions 1 Comment

About the Authors

Matt Smith deciphers and distills what is most relevant across the energy complex into cohesive and pithy knowledge you can use. The belly laugh is a bonus.

Matt Smith

Dan Graeber has spent more than a decade teaching international relations theory and has a deep academic background in general semantics. Prior to joining ClipperData as its chief editor, he was the lead energy correspondent at United Press International.

Dan Graeber

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