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ℭhi 🛢️ 18h
This is big.... (wait till Trump gets up)
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Javier Blas 12h
Full Donald Trump quotes at : "OPEC nations are, as usual, ripping off the rest of the world and I don’t like it" "We want them to stop raising prices. We want them to start lowering prices" "We’re not going to put up with it -- these horrible prices -- much longer"
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Javier Blas 10h
EXCLUSIVE: First South Korea; then the Europeans and Japan. And now even India. is losing all its clients ahead of the official start of the U.S. sanctions Nov 4. Only China and Turkey remain.
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Giovanni Staunovo🛢 14h
KUWAIT, SAUDIS IN TALKS TO RE-START SHARED OIL FIELDS: RASHIDI KUWAIT, SAUDIS IN `POSITIVE' TALKS ON SHARED FIELDS: RASHIDI KUWAIT: SHARED FIELDS CAN PUMP 400K B/D 3 MONTHS AFTER RE-START BBG
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Ben Schmark 9m
Replying to @TheBenSchmark
“Call on shale” exceeds 2019 capability. Will the price mechanism help curtail demand? See boiling frogs thread. Decline rates matter. Shale and offshore growth is needed.
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Rory Johnston 11h
Hasn't yet been confirmed on my terminal, but brokers are saying that Western Canadian heavy crude changed hands yesterday at an all-time high discount of $42/bbl under WTI. Oil-by-rail services just not keeping pace with voracious demand.
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Anjli Raval 17h
Utterly shameless. Do your own reporting FFS. Our original on Iran's ghost tankers: The copy:
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Javier Blas 1h
Technical, but **very** important, story by my colleague : is shifting the diet of its domestic refiners to free condensate for exports, helping countries who have stopped buying condensate from |
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Javier Blas 12h
Replying to @JavierBlas
And: "We defend many of these nations for nothing, and then they take advantage of us by giving us high oil prices. Not good!" "We want them to start lowering prices and they must contribute substantially to military protection from now on.”
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Javier Blas Sep 24
CHART OF THE DAY: The end of "lower for longer" for prices. As Brent hits a 4-year high above $80 a barrel, none is talking anymore about an extended period of low prices | via
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Crudehead 🛢 Sep 24
Replying to @cbjom
6/ A terrible beauty for 2019: very tight crude supply but very scary demand growth next year. It is ok to be very bullish on supply but very wary on demand. There are high rates of growth on each side of ledger. Any slippage on either side and it can get crazy/messy v fast
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*Walter Bloomberg 7h
Crude Inventories: Crude: 2.903M Gasoline: 0.949M Distillates: -0.944M Cushing: 0.260M
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Amena Bakr Sep 23
Everyone trying to get their questions in to saudi oil min al-falih
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Javier Blas 12h
Brent crude up $1 to $82.24 a barrel. The market is giving Trump the same treatment it gave on Monday. Very nice words; now, if you want to move the price, show us the barrels, very please. For OPEC was an output hike. For Trump, it's clearly a SPR release.
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*Walter Bloomberg Sep 18
Crude Inventories: Crude: +1.249M Gasoline: -1.485M Distillates: +1.536M Cushing: -1.570M
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The Kobeissi Letter 10h
The amount of pressure on to boost production is pretty high right now. Eventually Russia will also comply, especially as President Trump continues to comment on the need for lower oil prices. Look for WTI to break $70 as soon as this story develops further.
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Javier Blas Sep 24
: Brent crude rises to $80.51 a barrel, highest price since November 2014 | More on
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Ben Schmark 30m
Replying to @TheBenSchmark
"the latest soundings from our sources suggest that Iranian exports may drop below 1 mb/d in November” - Energy Aspects, Sept 2018 See my handicapping in past months on Iran & VZ 🇮🇷 🇻🇪
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Marc-André Fongern 4h
The combination of tight supply, healthy demand, falling global inventories – down from already under-stored levels – and anemic spare capacity helps support an oil price which could end the year above $90.
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Javier Blas 19h
Brent crude extends gains, moving above $82 a barrel in afternoon trading in Singapore. The rally follows OPEC+ decision over weekend in Algeria to keep production unchanged. And follows too very bullish comments from leading traders at talking about $100 |
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