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Conners Trade 1h
Unless we get a Trump Pump into Futures, think we'll see an additional gap down.
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ViennaDiplomacy Dec 6
Global energy sector and decision-makers look to Austria today as the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meets at its Vienna HQ
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Alex Lawler Dec 6
Couple of updates from the talks, which are starting soon •The size of the likely oil output cut is coming down - CUT UNLIKELY TO BE LARGER THAN 1.4 MBPD – OPEC SOURCE •The idea of a return to 2016 quotas is unlikely - source Latest from Reuters
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Platts Oil Dec 7
has committed to 800,000 b/d in output cuts, and 10 non-OPEC producers led by will slash another 400,000 b/d for six months beginning January. , and will be effectively exempt from the cuts.
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RightNow Digital Dec 12
🛢️Quick facts about Oil 1. first began tweeting about in August 2011. At that time, Oil was trading at $100 the barrel. 2.Oil is the 6th biggest instrument traded in eToro during 2018. Learn more here ->
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Javier Blas Dec 6
FULL STORY: proposed a moderate production cut from + that would gently rebalance the market, seeking to walk a fine line between preventing a surplus and appeasing U.S. President Donald Trump |
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Anthony A. Mills Dec 7
It's a deal. agrees cuts.
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Energy - EGuru 11h
IEA: + Has Put “A Floor Under Prices”: The OPEC+ agreement succeeded in at least putting “a…
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David Gaffen Dec 12
Replying to @davidgaffen
(Here's the chart of this, which I neglected to add...)
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Javier Blas Dec 5
The markets is so far unimpressed with the + chatter of ~1m b/d output cut (the figure mentioned by Oman), with Brent heading back to $60 a barrel this morning. Our last story is here:
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Gas Strategies Information Services Dec 13
IEA sees Brent oil price ‘floor’ of USD 60/barrel following OPEC+ output cut deal FULL STORY:
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Matt Smith 5h
Today's 'Trading Places' related blog highlights how Libyan barrels are trading places with US crude in China, while US barrels are trading places with Iranian condensate in South Korea --->
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paul dial 5h
It's nice that North Dakota reached a new crude prod record in Oct . But keep in mind that the +30kbd increase is essentially like turning on 4 new wells.
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Yash Patni Dec 13
This must have worried
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HiddenRustom Dec 9
Why did withdraw from ?
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Fred J. B Dec 7
third time touch 200dma. If this is all the bulls can get after the cut this is no bullish at all.
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Followme Dec 13
pledge to cut oil output is being met with skepticism! The cuts could be smaller than what was announced last week 12 million bpd!
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Javier Blas 7h
One week after the + meeting ended, and nothing seems to have changed. The market is still questioning 's promise to slash production and exports (plus fears about runaway U.S. output growth and weaker global demand growth) Chart is Brent crude
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Abhi Rajendran Dec 13
2019 US/NaM energy outlook, in our view, is about right-sizing expectations — for (too much), for gas ( disappoints), and elsewhere... and of course policy will add more confusion for and others to deal with...
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ARC Briefing 11h
members agree on oil output reduction: needs to diversify its oil over-reliant economy in the long-term.
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