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TankerTrackers.com, Inc.⚓️🛢 Jun 13
Here is the first satellite image taken this morning of (what seems to be based on AIS pos) the tanker. We had to enhance the original. We noted the distress call times as reported by . A couple of tugboats in the area have diverted to assist.
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Giovanni Staunovo🛢 5h
Chart: Saudi crude inventories in mb (Source: JODI)
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Javier Blas Jun 12
BREAKING: Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund got the green-light to dump more than $13 billion in stocks linked to fossil fuels (among the companies affected, likely  Anglo American and Glencore) | via
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Eric Nuttall Jun 10
For those of us left (not many), to watch CDN energy names fall yet another 3%-6% despite strong balance sheets, 8%+ dividend yields sustainable with oil>$50/bbl, FCF, YTD underperformance vs. WTI of 20%+, and catalysts on the way, it is truly humbling. Total buyers strike
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Chris Cook Jun 13
Naturally Iran will attack 1/ Japanese methanol tanker to celebrate the first visit to Iran by a Japanese president since the Islamic revolution 2/ Norwegian tanker owned by the same company who carried Iranian oil under fire from Saddam during the Gulf War
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Javier Blas Jun 9
Oil bulls thought 2020 would be their year. Excitement is fading fast, however. The first official assessment of next year comes from the on Friday, but a first look at S/D forecasts from consultants and traders show persistent surpluses |
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Helen Robertson Jun 16
Saudi Arabia hopes to extend OPEC+ production cuts into the second half of the year in a meeting that will ‘probably’ (we still don’t know) take place in early July
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BBG Energy News Jun 11
Saudi Arabia and Russia warn falling oil demand could send prices below $40 a barrel
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Tareq Al-khulaiwi Jun 13
First picture emerging from the attack this morning
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Giovanni Staunovo🛢 Jun 16
Al-Falih: "Oil demand typically picks up in the 2H of the year and that will help balance the crude market."
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Rowena Caine | روينا كين Jun 10
Argus numbers for May Free read from Friday: Opec output slips to five-year low
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Art Berman Jun 15
"We lost more than 6 mb/d in mid-1980s from and , with major attacks on oil tankers, yet prices continued to decline." -- Events don't change oil price; resulting changes in supply, demand & storage do!
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Eric Nuttall Jun 11
TMX update:large diameter coated pipe is rolling through Calgary on its way to Kamloops. We reiterate our view that TMX gets approved next week providing line of sight to almost 600,000Bbl/d of incremental takeaway to non-US refineries. Very bullish for CDN heavy oil co's
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HFI Research Jun 11
Delta between EIA and API at 10.16 million barrels. Average running error is 5.53 million barrels.
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Javier Blas Jun 10
When leading + energy ministers start talking about the risk of $40 or even $30 a barrel prices, it's never a good sign | Full story here:
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David Sheppard Jun 14
Smart point from on yesterday’s tanker attacks in his daily report. Whoever carried out the attacks off the coast of Iran (US and UK have pointed finger at Tehran, Iran has suggested a stitch up) appears to have been very selective in picking their targets.
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Helen Robertson Jun 13
Replying to @_MissVee_ @A_DiPaola17
The U.S. Fifth Fleet said two oil tankers were damaged in an incident near the Strait of Hormuz. One of the ships’ operators described the damage was in a suspected attack via &
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Ben Nicholas Jun 11
: crude:+4.852 cushing: +2.365 Gasoline: +.829 Distillate: -3.461
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Katie McQue Jun 13
Statement from Bernhard Schulte on the Kokuka Courageous. Cargo of methanol damaged, hull breached. All crew are safe. But there’s a fire in the engine room
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Javier Blas Jun 13
A small note from our TOPLive blog on earlier today. If is behind the attacks (and that's a big if), it would be a really, really strange turn of events as one of the tankers attacked is owned by Norwegian shipping tycoon John Fredriksen |
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