|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - World oil demand in 2010|
The current economic situation in most developed countries remains sluggish. The economic recovery is not only slow, but also facing considerable uncertainty. The ...
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - Non-OPEC|
Forecast for 2010
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to average 51.86 mb/d in 2010, an increase of 0.74 mb/d over 2009, indicating an upward revision of 90 tb/d fr...
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - Increasing demand for middle distillates, signs of improving economic growth and positive sentiment for gasoline demand during the driving season has combined to support product market sentiment and p...|
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - Estimated OPEC spot fixtures decreased by 1.6% in June, while global spot fixtures fell 8%, both compared to the previous month. Despite the decrease in OPEC spot fixtures, the monthly change remains ...|
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - USA|
According to preliminary data, US crude oil imports averaged 9.68 mb/d in June, remaining almost at the same level with May, with only 0.4% fewer crude imports. On a yearly basis, June...
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - USA|
US commercial oil inventories at the end of June continued their upward trend for the third consecutive month, increasing by 10.2 mb and accumulating more than 35 mb over this period. ...
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - Estimate for 2010|
Demand for OPEC crude for 2010 has been revised down by 0.1 mb/d to currently stand at 28.7 mb/d. This revision reflects mainly the upward adjustment in non-OPEC supply a...
|Kazakhstan >> 7/5/2010 - Max Petroleum Plc, an oil and gas exploration and development company focused on Kazakhstan, announced that the Company has received approval from the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 6/25/2010 - SAUDI ARAMCO TOTAL Refining and Petrochemical Company (SATORP), a company that is 62.5% owned by Saudi Aramco and 37.5% owned by TOTAL signed on June 24, 2010, the finance documents for US$8.5 billion...|
|United States >> 6/19/2010 - BP said that it has paid $104 million to residents along the Gulf Coast for claims filed as a result of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. BP has issued more than 31,000 checks in the past seven wee...|
|United States >> 6/19/2010 - Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and Mitsui & Co. should pay into a multibillion dollar fund for claims tied to the leaking Gulf of Mexico oil well the companies co-own with BP Plc, U.S. Representative Edward...|
|United States >> 6/10/2010 - BP announced it is providing the State of Mississippi with an additional $25 million grant to continue implementation of the State's Area Contingency Plan. ...|
|United States >> 6/10/2010 - BP announced it is providing the State of Alabama with an additional $25 million grant to continue implementation of the State's Area Contingency Plan. ...|
|United States >> 6/10/2010 - BP announced it is providing the State of Florida with an additional $25 million grant to continue implementation of the State’s Area Contingency Plan. ...|
|Austria >> 6/9/2010 - - The OPEC Reference Basket fell below $67/b on 25 May, the lowest level since early October 2009, underscoring market volatility as uncertainties about oil demand reemerged amid disappointing macroec...|
|Austria >> 6/9/2010 - Since last October, crude oil prices have moved within a relatively stable range, kept in balance by competing upward and downward forces. However, recent developments have moved oil prices out of thi...|
|Austria >> 6/9/2010 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The OPEC Reference Basket dropped almost $8 or 9.5% in May to average $74.48/b, underscoring the continued market volatility. The loss, the largest since December 200...
|Austria >> 6/9/2010 - Trends in selected commodity markets|
Commodity prices dropped sharply in May in the middle of the EU public debt crisis and concerns about the impact on demand of China’s tightening policy...
|Austria >> 6/9/2010 - Industrialised countries|
The US recovery is continuing supported by monetary and fiscal stimulus. The latest GDP numbers for the first quarter of this year – although...
|Austria >> 6/9/2010 - World oil demand in 2009|
World oil demand growth in 2009 was revised marginally lower by 10 tb/d, due to a downward revision from the 4Q09, while other quarters remain unchanged.