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Alexander Stahel Apr 20
How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer. By far the best article I read on the topic. And boy it is most disturbing. Avoid that airplane!
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John Kilduff Apr 21
This more than explains the cozying up to General Haftar in to secure the oil output there. Here we go...
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LO Apr 16
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Brynne Kelly Apr 16
So, let me guess, the genscape numbers came out??? 🙃
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Ellen R. Wald Ph.D.🛢 19h
If Saudi Arabia looks like it has committed to producing at a certain level in agreement with the United States, Saudi Arabia will lose leverage heading into the June 25 OPEC & Non-OPEC meeting in Vienna via
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Crudehead 🛢 15h
In Loving Memory of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries 10 September 1960 - 22 April 2019 Rest In Peace
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Art Berman Apr 21
"Pompeo will announce decision on Monday morning...Administration also will announce commitments from other suppliers, including Saudi Arabia & UAE, that will offset the loss of Iranian crude."
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Argaam Plus 1m
will coordinate with fellow oil producers to ensure adequate supplies for consumers, the Kingdom's energy minister said
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Eric Nuttall Apr 16
5%+ rally tomorrow for Canadian energy stocks...warm up for a much bigger move in October!
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Stuart Wallace 16m
How can the U.S. force the world not to buy oil from Iran? Your sanctions questions, answered
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Ben Nicholas Apr 16
API Weekly: Crude -3.096, Cushing -1.561, Gasoline -3.561, Distillate +2.330
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Texas Tea Apr 21
I feel sorry for anyone short oil - ME is about to blow! I’m going to start taking delivery and storing it in my pool!
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Alberta 12h
It looks to me like the resistance line on WTI crude has become the support line.
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Nader Itayim | ‌‌نادر ایتیّم Apr 21
Markets have already priced in extensions of at least some of the sanctions waivers... Feel this would be monumentally stupid.
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Mark Scullion 13h
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Goran Djenadic 12h
"China, which buys half of Iran’s exported oil, won’t respect the United States’ unilateral sanctions on Iran, foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Monday in Beijing."
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ZP 14h
The XOP ETF is still ~15% below where it was the last time WTI traded at this level & I can argue that the backdrop is much better today than early 2018.. still a lot of running room left in the most hated & underowmed sector of the market over the last 5yrs.. GAME ON
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Eric Nuttall Apr 16
The beginning of the end for Trudeau. Congratulations to Premier
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IEA Apr 21
The United States will drive global oil supply growth over the next five years thanks to the remarkable strength of its shale industry, triggering a rapid transformation of world oil markets
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Giovanni Staunovo🛢 12h
Saudi officials said the kingdom had committed to increase output to offset Iran’s losses if needed. But it has not committed to a time frame or amount, they said. WSJ
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