|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 ...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/15/2007 - Sipchem announced the financial results for the first half of the fiscal year 2007. During this period, Sipchem realized SR 250.3 million in net profits marking an increase of SR 30.7 million or 14% o...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/3/2007 - The Saudi European Petrochemical Company, Ibn Zahr, an affiliate of the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) signed Murabaha financing agreement worth US$ 855 million with a group of local, Gulf...|
|Egypt >> 6/27/2007 - Dana Petroleum Plc sold 141.5 million pounds ($282 million) of convertible bonds to help finance the purchase of assets in Egypt from Devon Energy Corp. The securities will be convertible into 8.6 mil...|
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - World oil demand in 2006|
The world oil demand estimate for 2006 was revised up by 0.15 mb/d from last MOMR. The new upward revision was in the Developing Countries. Recent data indicate th...
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - Non-OPEC|
Estimate for 2006
Non-OPEC oil supply is estimated to average 49.47 mb/d in 2006, an increase of 0.46 mb/d over 2005 and a net downward revision of 8,000 b/d versus th...
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - The OPEC Reference Basket averaged $64.36/b in May or 97˘ higher than in the previous month. Healthy crude oil stocks in the USA were balanced by a series of refinery glitches mainly in the USA at a t...|
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - Estimate for 2006|
The demand for OPEC crude in 2006 is estimated to average 30.76 mb/d. On a quarterly basis, the estimate shows that demand for OPEC crude was 31.53 mb/d, 29.84 mb/d, 30.5...
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - The OPEC Reference Basket started the month on a bearish note retreating from the rise in the previous week on geopolitical issues in the Middle East. Although the Basket saw a gain on the first day o...|
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - The futures market was mostly dominated by bearish sentiments during May on profit-taking amid healthy crude oil stocks, especially at Cushing, Oklahoma. However, concern over gasoline supply kept ale...|
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - Industrialised countries|
USA: During the first quarter, the US economy slowed down even more than initially estimated. Seasonally adjusted annualized GDP growth was revised down to 0.6% fr...
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - The continuation of refinery snags compounded the bullish sentiment of product markets, and refinerymargins surged across the globe. As Graph 19 indicates, refinery margins for WTI crude at the US Gul...|
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - After having decreased by more than 2.1 mb/d between February and April, preliminary data show that OPEC spot fixtures increased in May after declining for three consecutive months. The increase of sl...|
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - OECD|
OECD crude oil imports remained steady in April compared to the previous month, according to estimated preliminary data. Japan’s and South Korea’s crude oil imports declined in April,...
|Austria >> 6/14/2007 - USA:
For the first time since the end of the third quarter 2006, both crude oil and product inventoriesrose at the same time. However, while crude oil stocks continued to build for the third ...|
|United States >> 6/13/2007 - Relatively weak U.S. gasoline deliveries, a proxy for demand, combined with record high domestic production and rising imports to help replenish U.S. gasoline inventories in May though they remain bel...|
|Oman >> 6/6/2007 - Oil prices extended gains toward $71 a barrel on Wednesday to their highest in nearly two weeks, after a cyclone disrupted Omani oil and gas exports before weakening on its way to Iran. London Brent c...|
|Austria >> 6/5/2007 - The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said high oil prices alone aren't enough to warrant an increase in production because there's ample supply of crude for refiners. ''If the price would...|