|Austria >> 8/13/2010 - USA|
US commercial oil inventories at the end of July continued their upward trend for the fourth consecutive month, increasing strongly by 23.4 mb and accumulating nearly 60 mb over this p...
|Austria >> 8/13/2010 - Estimate for 2010|
Demand for OPEC crude for 2010 has been revised slightly up by 52 tb/d to currently stand at 28.7 mb/d. This upward revision comes as the higher demand figure demand outp...
|Egypt >> 8/9/2010 - The Egyptian Refining Company (ERC) announced that it has signed a debt package of US$ 2.6 billion to finance construction of its state-of-the-art US$ 3.7 billion second-stage oil refinery in the Grea...|
|Turkey >> 8/4/2010 - The final investment decision for the planned Nabucco gas pipeline will be made in the first quarter of next year at the very latest, an official for Nabucco shareholder OMV said on Wednesday. ...|
|Angola >> 8/2/2010 - Angola will set up a fund that will use oil money to finance new infrastructure as it struggles to pay up to $9 billion in late bills to foreign construction firms, Radio Nacional de Angola said on Mo...|
|United States >> 7/23/2010 - Schlumberger Limited reported second-quarter 2010 revenue of $5.94 billion versus $5.60 billion in the first quarter of 2010, and $5.53 billion in the second quarter of 2009. ...|
|Russia >> 7/23/2010 - Russia will raise the mineral extraction tax on gas by 61 percent from January 1 and increase export tariffs on copper, nickel and oil products to add billions to state coffers, the Finance Ministry s...|
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - - The OPEC Reference Basket declined by $1.53 to average $72.95/b in June. The market remained volatile throughout the month as mixed economic data painted an uncertain picture about the strength of t...|
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - World economic growth for 2011 is forecast at 3.7%, slightly lower than the 2010 forecast of 3.8%. These numbers
reflect some caution and take into account the challenges that lie ahead. The broad an...|
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The OPEC Reference Basket fell a further $1.53 in June to stand at a $72.95/b, the lowest level since October 2009. However, this represents an easing of the sharp de...
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - Trends in selected commodity markets|
Commodity prices continued declining in June, weighed down by the European sovereign debt crisis, bearish macroeconomic data, tightening policy in Chin...
|Austria >> 7/15/2010 - Industrialised countries|
The US economy is entering a critical stage. The economy enjoyed a fast recovery after the recession’s end in the third quarter of 2009. Sinc...
|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...|