|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - Industrialised countries|
United States of America
The downside risks to the US outlook have increased during the past month casting doubts on the expectation of a gradual US ec...
|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - Following the increase seen in the last two months, OPEC spot fixtures continued the upward movement in July, rising more than 1%. July’s OPEC spot fixtures displayed the highest level since January, ...|
|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - OECD|
OECD crude oil imports increased in June by more than 1% from the previous month according to preliminary estimated data. Increased crude oil imports from Japan, South Korea, and the ...
|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - USA|
US total commercial oil stocks stood at 1,034.1 mb at the end of July, the highest level so far this year since end-January and 20 mb above the five-year average. The increase of 6.8 m...
|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - World oil demand in 2007|
World oil demand in July followed a typical summer seasonality trend. July oil demand grew the most in the USA, China, the Middle East, and other Asia, especially ...
|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - Over the last four weeks, prices for benchmark WTI crude oil have exhibited extreme volatility. On 31 July, the price of WTI surged to a record high of $78.16/b on news that US crude oil stocks had pl...|
|Austria >> 8/14/2007 - World oil demand for the first half of 2007 grew by slightly less than 1 mb/d or 1.1% y-o-y to average 85.05 mb/d. Winter was warm in the first half of 2007 in most of the northern hemisphere, which p...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/20/2007 - SABIC affiliate Yanbu National Petrochemical Company (YANSAB) announced non-operating net loss of SR 9.3 million for the Q2 2007 compared to non-operating net profits of SR 37.1 million reported in th...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/20/2007 - The Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) reported a net profit of US$3.4 billion for the first half of 2007 compared to US$2.3 billion in the same period last year, an increase of 45%. The comp...|
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - Estimate for 2007|
The demand for OPEC crude in 2007 is forecast to average 30.78 mb/d. On a quarterly basis, the forecast shows that demand for OPEC crude was 31.18 mb/d, 30.02 mb/d, 30.79...
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - The OPEC Reference Basket in June rose $2.41 or almost 4% to close at $66.77/b. Concern over gasoline supply dominated market bullishness, with geopolitical concerns and refinery glitches providing fu...|
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - World oil demand in 2007|
World oil demand in June followed the expected low seasonality trend. June world oil demand growth was attributed mainly to the developing countries. With the stro...
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - Non-OPEC|
Forecast for 2007
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to average 50.42 mb/d in 2007, an increase of 0.95 mb/d over 2006 and a net downward revision of 191,000 b/d versus t...
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - OPEC Reference Basket|
In June, the market emerged on a bullish note amid uncertainty over supply from West Africa and crude oil stock-draws in the USA. Furthermore, gasoline supply was tig...
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - Oil futures were dominated by a bullish market during most of June with geopolitics and gasoline in the lead. The Nymex WTI front-month contract closed the first weekly period at $65.61/b for a gain o...|
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - Industrialised countries, USA|
Further evidence was provided in June that the US economy probably rebounded in the second quarter of 2007 from the very weak performance during the first qua...
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - Lower than expected gasoline stockbuilds in the USA in June have provided further support for productand crude prices over the last couple of weeks. However, skyrocketing crude prices have overwhelmed...|
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - In June, estimated OPEC spot fixtures showed an increase of nearly 8.3% to reach the highest level since February 2007, while global fixtures increased around 5%. This second consecutive gain in OPEC ...|
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - Preliminary data show that OECD crude oil imports in May increased by around 1% from the previous month, but remained 3.6% below last year. The gain came as refiners in most OECD regions prepared for ...|
|Austria >> 7/16/2007 - US total commercial oil stocks increased a further 20 mb in June to stand at 1,027 mb, the highest level since January. US commercial stocks rose 50 mb since end-February, due to the increase in both ...|