|Japan >> 10/20/2011 - Japanese oil demand has been hit strongly by the earthquake which reduced the country’s oil demand in the second quarter by 0.15 mb/d y-o-y. Crude oil burning in power plants in lieu of damaged nuclea...|
|Japan >> 10/20/2011 - The tragic events that hit Japan in the first half of 2011 have had a serious and lasting effect on the economy, pushing it back into a decline. As the timing of the recovery now seems embedded in a g...|
|Iran >> 10/19/2011 - Iran and Turkmenistan will discuss the issues of gas swaps and barter of gas for oil products in their next meeting that is scheduled to be held in next two weeks in Ashkhabad, managing director of th...|
|Iran >> 10/18/2011 - GECF's head of members states will examine the ways of more coordination in global gas market in their upcoming meeting in Doha, Iran's representative at the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, Mohammad Al...|
|Iran >> 10/15/2011 - Managing director of the National Iranian Gas Export Company (NIGEC), Hossein Bidarmaghz says Pakistan wants to transit Iran's gas and China is eager to import it. ...|
|Iran >> 10/15/2011 - Turkey has asked Iran to increase its natural gas exports to its northwestern neighbor, managing director of the National Iranian gas Company (NIGC), Javad Owji announced. |
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|Iran >> 10/15/2011 - The first tranche of a 50 thousand billion rial denominated bonds for development of the South Pars gas field projects will be issued by the agent banks as of 23rd October, according to remakes made b...|
|Kuwait >> 10/13/2011 - Japan renewed gratitude to H.H. the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and the Kuwaiti people for donating five million barrels of crude oil to support its post-quake reconstruction. In his ...|
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - Forecast for 2011|
Demand for OPEC crude for this year remained unchanged from the previous assessment as the downward adjustment in world oil demand offset the downward revision in non- OP...
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - US|
In September, US commercial oil inventories fell for the second consecutive month, declining by 13.4 mb. At 1,074.6 mb, US commercial oil stocks are at the lowest level since April 2011...
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - According to preliminary data, OPEC spot fixtures rose by 0.4 mb/d to stand at 11.52 mb/d in September following a decline in the previous month. The gain in fixtures registered this month is mainly s...|
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - With the end of the driving season, gasoline and middle distillates demand continued to disappoint in the Atlantic Basin and the bearish sentiment was further fuelled by concern about economic develop...|
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - Non-OPEC|
Forecast for 2011
Non-OPEC oil supply is forecast to grow by 0.36 mb/d in 2011 to average 52.63 mb/d. This represents a downward revision of 0.16 mb/d compared to the ...
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - World oil demand in 2011|
The economic downturn is taking its toll on world oil demand, especially in the OECD. The decelerating US economy, high unemployment rate and feelings of uncertain...
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - Industrialised countries|
The US economy continues recovering much slower than expected, but along with other major OECD economies it seems that this deceleration has stabili...
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - Trends in selected commodity markets|
The World Bank (WB) index for non-energy commodities dropped further by 2.5% m-o-m in September (-1.6% in August) due to a strong fall in base metal an...
|Austria >> 10/11/2011 - - The OPEC Reference Basket moved within a wide range of $102-$112/b in September as market sentiment was dominated by economic uncertainties around the globe, particularly in the Euro-zone. However, ...|
|Egypt >> 10/11/2011 - Middle East oil production is estimated to decline by 50 tb/d in 2011 to average 1.73 mb/d, indicating a downward revision 15 tb/d from the last month. Bahrain and Oman oil supply encountered minor do...|
|Malaysia >> 10/11/2011 - Oil production from India is foreseen to increase 50 tb/d in 2011, the only growth among all Other Asia group countries, to average 0.91 mb/d, representing a downward revision of less than 10 tb/d com...|
|Singapore >> 10/11/2011 - Asian light distillate cracks continued to be relatively healthy, despite increasing supply, on the back of strong regional demand amid lower stocks. The Asian naphtha market remained steady during th...|