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Anas Alhajji Aug 19
Do you think July numbers are just coincidence? It could be. I am putting this out as a reference for the future. Keep an eye on it! Iraq oil production based on direct communication. Iran: secondary sources.
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Art Berman Aug 17
Iran-Nigeria-Libya-Venezuela crude + condensate output has fallen 1.16 mmb/d since May 2018.
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Javier Blas Aug 14
BIG STORY: , the second biggest crude customer for , may cut its imports from the Islamic republic by 50% to secure a waiver from the U.S. to continue with shipments --
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Art Berman 15h
I think this data is quite important & also know that some don't want to accept it. That's fine. U.S. vehicle miles traveled (VMT) flattened as consumption declined compared to the 5-year average & gasoline price increased.
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Art Berman Aug 17
Oil output is generally decreasing in Libya, Iran, Nigeria, Venezuela, Angola, Mexico & China & generally increasing in Canada, U.S., Russia, Iraq, Brazil & Saudi Arabia.
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Baryal🛢️ 7h
BNP Paribas: Because of the sanctions, oil production from OPEC to fall from an average of 32.1 million barrels per day in 2018 to 31.7 million bpd in 2019.
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Art Berman Aug 11
China is building a series of bases and ports to guarantee safe passage for oil shipments from Persian Gulf to China. My colleague Matt Mushalik has a new post "Peak oil in Asia Pacific"
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Javier Blas Aug 12
MUST READ: The market is sleepwalking into a crisis as gets cutoff due to Trump’s sanctions — via
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OPEC Aug 20
OPEC daily basket price stood at $70.27 a barrel Friday, 17 August 2018
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Baryal🛢️ Aug 20
Crude oil price could potentially reach US$100 per barrel by year-end or early 2019, but would eventually retreat to US$60 a barrel by end-2019---IHS Markit Victor Shum,
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Texas Alliance Aug 16
IHS Markit forecasts production in the West Texas field will hit 5.4 million barrels per day by 2023, more than any country besides
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Christopher Johnson Aug 14
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Anas Alhajji Aug 18
Currently, US commercial crude oil inventories are following the trend of 2012. The only difference: oil prices are about $40 lower.
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Amena Bakr Aug 18
Check this out. 's Secretary General and in Austria today. Welcome to the big boys oil club.
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Art Berman Aug 18
Tight oil output has only exceeded April 2015 peak because of extraordinary expansion of Permian basin production. All other plays remain below that peak.
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E. Millan A. Aug 18
Our estimates for August end production as per big data analysis suggests a slowed down decline rate with 1.443/1.257 MBD direct/secondary. Uncertainty has increased due to recent Citgo related events, yet not calibrated in our predictive model
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Art Berman 50s
U.S. gasoline exports increased from 4% to 9% as a percentage of total U.S. gasoline production from 2014 to 2018. 896 kb/d exports vs 9,148 kb/d total gasoline YTD 2018 average.
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Abhi Rajendran Aug 16
Global inventories last week—big counterseasonal BUILD globally (crude + product) of ~9 mil bbls, of which 7.7 mil in products. Crude inventories slowly inching back up near the 5 yr avg... market tightish for now—upcoming is Iran impact and further demand questions
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Javier Blas Aug 18
For two decades, has tried to avoid repeating a mistake that cost it dearly. In November 1997, convinced fellow nations to boost output, blindly ignoring a crisis brewing in emerging markets. Is this time different? 👻🛢
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Herman Wang Aug 13
forecasts a market that needs 33.40 mil b/d of its through the rest of the year, but it pumped just 32.32 mil b/d in July
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