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18 January

Twists and turns from OPEC & shale

Fun and games for the next few days have been kicked off by the release of the monthly OPEC report, with a monthly IEA and weekly EIA report to follow tomorrow. Immediate oil prices are being ushered lower by a rebounding dollar, unwinding yesterday's rally, while signs of OPEC production cuts and rising US shale are adding to a mottled outlook. Hark, here are five things to consider in oil...

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Tagged Permian Basin crude oil production, Brazil oil exports, drilling productivity report, opec monthly report Leave a comment
24 August

Battle for market share in China continues

Oil prices are looking lower, facing headwinds of a stronger dollar and an impending bearish oil inventory report. Hark, here are six things to consider in oil markets today:

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Tagged Permian Basin crude oil production, Saudi oil exports, LNG imports, Chinese oil imports, Norway Leave a comment
17 May

Oil looks ahead to potential inventory draw

One hundred and forty-one years to the day after the first Kentucky Derby was run, and crude oil's gallop higher has now slowed to a trot. As focus shifts towards the weekly inventory reports (a crude build? we say neigh...), here are six things to consider in the oil market today:

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Tagged ClipperBlog, Nigerian crude oil exports, Permian Basin crude oil production, US crude oil production, Angola oil exports, Eagle ford oil production 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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