|Austria >> 9/15/2005 - The impact of Hurricane Katrina on the world economy will be felt through the reduction in the economic activity of the USA and the rise in the global price of petroleum products. The direct effect on...|
|Austria >> 9/15/2005 - Industrialised countries|
United States of America
Prior to the impact of Hurricane Katrina, data for the US economy showed a mixed picture. The official estimate of second quarter ...
|Austria >> 9/15/2005 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The month of August started on a bullish tone in the geopolitical arena in the Middle East due to the passing away of King of Saudi Arabia and tensions concerning ...
|Austria >> 9/15/2005 - Product market developments have undergone two phases over the last couple of weeks. In the first phase,
gasoline stocks in the Atlantic Basin were running low and demand for gasoline in the USA wa...|
|Austria >> 9/15/2005 - The futures market began August on a bullish note after a bearish late July. Persistent concern over tight downstream capacity continued to dominate the market direction. In the first week of the mont...|
|Austria >> 9/15/2005 - US commercial oil stock data for August, representing total crude oil and petroleum product inventories but
excluding SPR, reflected part of the losses resulting from Hurricane Katrina’s devastatin...|
|Austria >> 9/12/2005 - Our attention has been drawn to some newswire reports quoting from an interview to be published in the German magazine Der Spiegel, that OPEC plans to announce an increase of its Member Countries crud...|
|United States >> 9/8/2005 - U.S. retail diesel prices rose 30.8 cents last week, the largest week-to-week increase recorded since the Energy Information Administration started the survey. The national average for diesel (includi...|
|United States >> 9/8/2005 - The average U.S. retail price for regular-grade gasoline on Monday, September 5, reached a record high of $3.069 per gallon, over $3 for the first time. This was up 45.9 cents from last week’s retail ...|
|United States >> 9/7/2005 - In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, American Petroleum Institute President Red Cavaney today urged Congress to facilitate bringing American consumers greater energy reliability by encouraging furth...|
|Austria >> 9/1/2005 - The OPEC Reference Basket began July under pressure from continued concerns whether winter fuel stocks will
be able to build sufficiently in the next few months. Bullishness was inspired by a surpr...|
|Australia >> 9/1/2005 - The price of OPEC basket of eleven crudes stood at 61.10 dollars a barrel on Wednesday, 31 Aug 05, compared with 60.36 dollars the previous day, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations. The new OPE...|
|Austria >> 8/31/2005 - The price of OPEC basket of eleven crudes stood at 60.33 dollars a barrel on Monday , 29 Aug 05 , compared with 59.76 dollars the previous Friday, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations. The new ...|
|United States >> 8/29/2005 - The American Petroleum Institute issued the following statement concerning the impact of Hurricane Katrina on petroleum industry operations: “To ensure safety, the industry has moved employees from so...|
|Austria >> 8/29/2005 - The price of OPEC basket of eleven crudes stood at 59.76 dollars a barrel on Friday, 26 Aug 2005, compared with 59.75 dollars the previous day, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations. The new OPE...|
|Austria >> 8/18/2005 - OPEC has revised downward its World oil demand estimate for 2005 by 40,000 barrels per day. It however said that World oil demand growth was projected to rise by a marginal 1.58 million barrels per da...|
|United States >> 8/17/2005 - U.S. petroleum imports (crude & products) in July were 13,364,000 barrels per day (b/d); imports in the same month last year were 13,570,000 (b/d). (API). Total imports in July as a percentage of tota...|
|Austria >> 8/17/2005 - Forecast for 2005|
Despite the slight upward revision to total world GDP indicating a growth rate of 4.14% for 2005 compared to the 4.09% projected last month, world oil demand growth has ...
|Austria >> 8/17/2005 - Non-OPEC|
Forecast for 2005
Non-OPEC supply is expected to average 50.54 mb/d, representing an increase of 0.73 mb/d over the previous year.On a quarterly basis, adjustments ...
|Austria >> 8/17/2005 - Forecast for 2005|
The supply/demand balance for 2005 remains unchanged with demand for OPEC crude in 2005 forecast at 28.9 mb/d. An upward revision to the first quarter of 2005 estimate...