|United States >> 10/20/2006 - Schlumberger Limited reported third-quarter 2006 operating revenue of $4.95 billion versus $4.69 billion in the second quarter of 2006 and $3.70 billion in the third quarter of 2005. Income from cont...|
|Libya >> 10/18/2006 - The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries stands ready to cut production again at its next meeting in December should market conditions warrant it, the head of Libya's national oil company Sho...|
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - Estimates of Euro-zone GDP growth for 2006 have been revised up following higher industrial production
growth in France and Germany. The GDP of the Euro-zone is forecast to grow by 2.3% in 2006. The ...|
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - For some time now, crude oil prices have been pointing to an oversupplied market. Over the last two months, the OPECReference Basket has fallen by nearly $19/b from a peak of $72.7/b on 8 August, the ...|
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - Industrialised countries|
United States of America: The sharp reduction in energy costs is likely to boost consumer spending and economic activity in the fourth quarter despite continued we...
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - The downtrend for the Nymex WTI crude oil futures contracts continued into September from the previousmonth. With the Labor Day signaling the end of the driving season and no further developmentsin th...|
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - World oil demand in 2006 is now estimated to average 84.2 mb/d, with a growth of 1.0 mb/d or1.2%. This represents a downward revision of 0.1 mb/d to world oil demand growth from the lastMOMR due to th...|
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - Non-OPEC|
Forecast for 2006
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to average 51.3 mb/d in 2006, representing an increase of 1.1 mb/d over 2005 and a slight upward revision versus th...
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - USA|
Total commercial oil inventories in the USA rose by 22.0 mb or 0.7 mb/d to 1,088.7 mb in September, which was 7.6% and 10.0% higher than the year-ago level and the five-year average....
|Austria >> 10/16/2006 - Estimate for 2006|
The estimated demand for OPEC crude in 2006 is expected to average 28.7 mb/d. The demand for OPEC has been revised down 0.2 mb/d following lower expectations for demand...
|Iran >> 9/28/2006 - The Gazprom Headquarters has hosted a working meeting between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Gholamreza Ansari, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Iran to...|
|United States >> 9/27/2006 - U.S. natural gas reserves grew by 6% in 2005, the largest annual increase in gas reserves in 35 years, according to a government report released Tuesday. The amount of onshore gas reserves for 2005 ha...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 9/22/2006 - Oil supplies from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries fell 400,000 barrels a day on the month to 30.2 million b/d in September, according to preliminary figures from tanker tracker Petro...|
|Austria >> 9/19/2006 - Mohammed Barkindo, acting secretary general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, said that he believed the fundamentals of the oil market are out of balance, with above average crude ...|
|Iran >> 9/18/2006 - Despite the U.S. sanctions and business restriction on Iran, the coming Wednesday is to witness the inking of a finance agreement between National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and French Societe General...|
|Guinea >> 9/18/2006 - A central and west African oil producer block responsible for some 5% of the world's daily production has finally become operational seven years after its inception. The Gulf of Guinea Commission comp...|
|Austria >> 9/18/2006 - OPEC has noted the loss of crude oil output with the partial closure of British Petroleum’s 400,000 b/d Prudhoe Bay oilfield in Alaska and the immediate market reaction arising therefrom. Unfortunatel...|
|Austria >> 9/15/2006 - Estimates of GDP growth for 2006 have been revised up following the strong performance of the first half of the
year. Lower energy prices and steady growth in consumer incomes should moderate the e...|
|Austria >> 9/15/2006 - Changes in the rate of growth of real GDP are usually perceived to be the main driver of fluctuations in oil demand growth. However, the recent strong growth in global GDP has not been matched with co...|
|Austria >> 9/15/2006 - Industrialised countries|
United States of America
Dramatic revisions to labour cost data for the first quarter of this year call into question the expected slowdown in the...