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09 November

Brexit, Trump and an OPEC cut

Things come in threes, so after the unexpected Brexit result earlier in the year, and Donald Trump's surprise election victory overnight, it would appear we are destined for an unlikely OPEC production cut at the end of the month. Hark, here are six things to consider in oil markets today:

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Tagged OPEC, natural gas, US LNG exports, OPEC exports to the US Leave a comment
20 September

Crude's got the blues once more

One hundred and thirty-one years after the birth of the mighty Jelly Roll Morton, the crude complex has got the blues once more. Prices are moving lower today, led by gasoline as the Colonial pipeline panic eases, and as the ebb and flow of OPEC expectations wane once more - after wax-on action yesterday. Hark, here are six things to consider in crude oil and natural gas markets today:

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Tagged Saudi oil exports, floating rigs, gasoline exports, natural gas, gasoline imports, gasoline, Colonial pipeline Leave a comment
16 September

Oil stumbling again on oversupply concerns

Gasoline is continuing its charge higher amid ongoing issues relating to the Colonial pipeline. Nonetheless, crude is charging lower into the weekend as oversupply fears weigh and dollar strength returns. Hark, here are six things to consider in oil markets today.

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Tagged Groningen, natural gas, US oil imports, Northwest Europe oil exports Leave a comment

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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.

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