|Austria >> 7/12/2011 - Estimate for 2011|
Demand for OPEC crude for 2011 has been revised up by 0.1 mb/d to currently stand at 30.0 mb/d. This reflects an upward revision in world oil demand as well as a slight d...
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/11/2011 - Saudi Arabian Oil Co., the world’s largest state-owned oil company, will supply full contracted volumes of crude to Asian refiners in August, according to three refinery officials. Saudi Aramco, as th...|
|Iraq >> 7/11/2011 - Shares of Canada's Vast Exploration Inc plunged 60 percent in morning trade after the company said it was unable to maintain the production rate at a well in Iraq during a test. Shares of the Calgary,...|
|Iran >> 7/11/2011 - Jordan is considering an Iranian offer to supply natural gas to the Kingdom as a means of overcoming its current energy crisis, the Jordanian Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources has said. Khaled ...|
|Kuwait >> 7/4/2011 - The total cost of the projects which the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) works on in 2011 are expected to hit KD 11 billion, Deputy Managing Director for Projects Hatem Al-Awadhi revealed. ...|
|Angola >> 6/22/2011 - Sonangol Holdings, Angola’s state oil company, is in talks with banks for a $1 billion ten-year syndicated loan, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. Credit Agricole CIB and Standard...|
|Russia >> 6/16/2011 - Annual growth in oil demand could average 1.2 million barrels per day (mb/d) between now and 2016, while natural gas demand could grow by around 500 billion cubic meters – around 2.5 times Russia’s cu...|
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - - The OPEC Reference Basket plunged by $8.15 or almost 7% in May to average around $110/b. This decline – which was the first since July 2010 and the largest in percentage terms since May 2010 was at...|
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - In recent weeks, the market has been experiencing excessive volatility. Recent economic data and releases point to a widening slowdown in global manufacturing activity and persistently high levels of ...|
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The upward trend of the OPEC Reference Basket — which started in last summer came to an end in May. After nine consecutive monthly gains, the OPEC Reference Basket fe...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - Trends in selected commodity markets|
The WB energy commodity price index (crude oil, natural gas and coal) dropped again by 6.5% m-o-m in May reversing the gains a month earlier driven by ...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - Industrialised countries |
Economic indicators show that the slowing pace in the US economic recovery continues. While the government-led support was the main driver for the...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - World oil demand|
A volatile oil market is making future oil demand estimates hard to manage. Many variables have been affecting oil demand worldwide. The Japanese earthquake and economic u...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - Non-OPEC|
Estimate for 2010
Non-OPEC oil supply is estimated to have averaged 52.26 mb/d in 2010, an increase of 1.12 mb/d over the previous year. Compared to last month’s estim...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - Product markets have been impacted since the middle of May by a reversed trend in Atlantic gasoline performance as a consequence of weaker-than-expected demand at the start of the driving season and a...|
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - In May, OPEC spot fixtures declined by 1 mb/d or 7.4% compared to the previous month to stand at 13.62 mb/d. The decline came on the back of lower tonnage demand and seasonal maintenance. The drop of ...|
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - US|
US crude oil imports rose by 374 tb/d in May to average 9.07 mb/d, the highest level so far this year and the highest since the 9.2 mb/d of last September. However, compared to a year a...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - US|
At the end of May, US commercial oil inventories reversed the downward trend observed over the previous months and increased substantially, by 20.4 mb, to end the month at 1,061.5 mb. T...
|Austria >> 6/15/2011 - Estimate for 2010|
Demand for OPEC crude for 2010 has been revised up by 0.1 mb/d to currently stand at 29.6 mb/d. This revision reflects mainly the upward adjustment in world oil demand as...
|Saudi Arabia >> 6/14/2011 - It was to be a swap felt around the world -- a plan privately discussed by the world's largest oil exporter and the globe's biggest consumer to take the heat out of $120-plus oil prices. ...|