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Abhi Rajendran Jul 9
Cool graphic and there is no doubt plastics and other products are everywhere. But what the market needs to pay more attention to is where it is substitutable, and it is in many of these applications... assuming this is a growth market until 2040 is a lazy game...
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Michael Brown Jul 15
-1% in a few minutes - now negative on the day
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Giovanni Staunovo🛢 Jul 13
The Shale Boom in the Permian Is Slowing Down
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Liam Denning Jul 10
The shale boom was built on capital that is drying up and a model that is broken: via
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Big_Orrin Jul 14
Maths problem for Traders 230 - 220 x 0.5 = ? I hope you OOTT’ers agree that the answer is 5!
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*Walter Bloomberg Jul 9
Crude Inventories: Crude: -8.129M Gasoline: -0.257M Distillates: 3.690M Cushing: -0.754M
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HFI Research Jul 9
Market Refuses To Believe The Bullish Draws
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Ron Bousso Jul 11
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Ben Schmark Jul 8
“You don’t need to re-steel a building, but you do need to re-fuel a car.” Global oil demand and revisions since the 90s 🛢🚗✈️💊🧪
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Eric Nuttall Jul 15
2nd time in 24 hours that I've heard of someone leaving the industry. First a sell side energy salesman "to spend time with his family and regroup" and now a very competent CDN E&P analyst abruptly leaving. Frustration taking its toll on everyone (I'm not going anywhere!)
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Eric Nuttall Jul 9
How can midstream stocks trade at 12x EBITDA or more when their customers (the E&P’s) are now only trading at 3x-4x and stock price action would suggest they are all imminently going bankrupt (despite 15%+ FCF yields)?!?
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Erik Townsend 🛢️ Jul 10
Hat's off to and for their class in being able to disagree so strongly on a major point, while still being perfect gentlemen and treating one another respectfully from start to finish. Put your seatbelts on for this episode, folks! Please re-Tweet!
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Jessica Jaganathan Jul 9
“They (wind turbines) shake, causing worms to come out of the soil. This is not a joke.”
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TankerTrackers.com, Inc.⚓️🛢 Jul 16
RIAH is a fairly small tanker waving🇵🇦. AIS shows that she's been shuttling back and forth between both coasts over past year for fueling other vessels. On July 14 2019 she crossed into Iranian waters for the 1st time as she slowed down. AIS ended there. No tugboats nearby.
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BHGE Jul 12
U.S. is down 5 rigs from last week to 958, with rigs down 4 to 784, rigs down 2 to 172.
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alexnussbaum 9h
Americans burned through a lot less gasoline & diesel than expected last week. Investors taking their disappointment out on WTI crude futures: via
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OpenSquareCapital Jul 13
Curious to see what OECD inventories have done if you exclude the US (i.e., what's happening outside of the US)? Here's some charts. Total liquids (draw), crude (5-yr avg build) and everything else (draw).
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Evan Jul 8
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Brian Jerauld Jul 14
Replying to @WolfBearPig1
This is the most interesting tweet in a while! Oil has been boring but this has my attention!!
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Mason Hamilton🛢📊⛽️ 5h
The EIA'S Weekly Petroleum Status Report provides weekly estimates of U.S. crude oil supply, including a measure of how well the supply of crude oil and the disposition of crude oil balance with each other. This measure is called the "adjustment".
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