|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - USA|
Total commercial oil stocks in the USA witnessed a decline of 17.8 mb in December from theprevious month to stand at 1,027.10 mb, which was 1.4% and 4.9% above the year-ago leveland th...
|Australia >> 1/18/2007 - Annual Highlights|
|Iraq >> 1/18/2007 - Senior Iraqi officials have finished drafting a controversial hydrocarbons law that sets the legal framework for Iraq's oil wealth to be shared among Iraqis and will also allow foreign oil companies t...|
|United Kingdom >> 1/17/2007 - Despite a sharp fall in crude prices, the ten members of OPEC who agreed to cut their output from October in an attempt to stem falling oil prices are expected to pump a hefty 800,000 barrels a day ov...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 1/17/2007 - Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal rejected the notion that Saudi Arabia might increase its oil output to lower prices and pressure Iran. "Saudi Arabia's policy is very clear in this," he ...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 1/16/2007 - Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali Naimi said Tuesday that OPEC didn't need to implement further cuts in its output, comments that contributed to further sharp falls in oil prices Tuesday.|
|Iran >> 1/15/2007 - Iran and Venezuela called here Saturday for new OPEC oil production cuts to support plunging world crude prices.|
"We agreed to coordinate our forces within OPEC," Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez s...
|Iraq >> 1/14/2007 - Iraq's pending hydrocarbon law won't create a nationalized energy sector, White House spokesman Tony Snow said Friday, adding that American oil companies are likely to find business opportunities in t...|
|United Arab Emirates >> 1/9/2007 - Members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries have begun talks on the need for a further output cut in response to a 10% drop in oil prices since the start of the year, but oil traders ...|
|Nigeria >> 1/9/2007 - Nigeria lost $4.47 billion in oil revenue due to the crisis in the Niger Delta in 2006, Thisday newspaper reports Tuesday, citing the minister of finance. "Early in the second quarter of 2006, there w...|
|United States >> 1/5/2007 - A spokesman for the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said Thursday the oil producing group hasn't yet discussed holding an emergency meeting in the wake of this week's sharp fall in oil p...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - 2006 has been a good year for the global economy. World GDP is estimated to have grown by over 5% and all majorregions have participated in this expansion. The recovery of the European economies, espe...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - The current year is likely to be remembered for strong upward price trends, with prices touching previously unchartered nominalheights, albeit far behind the absolute real peaks reached in 1980. It wa...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and the European Union(EU) today concluded a two-day Joint Workshop on the Impact of Financial Markets onthe Price of Oil. The event was co...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - Industrialised countries-USA|
Revisions to third-quarter data raised the estimate of US GDP growth to 2.2% from 1.6%. The upward revision reflects stronger equipment and software spending a...
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - The futures market emerged on a weaker note amid the resumption of supply from Nigeria as Shell revamped 47,000 b/d and as winter fuel stocks far exceeded the previous year. Nonetheless, potential sup...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - Estimate for 2006|
The estimated demand for OPEC crude in 2006 is expected to average 28.9 mb/d. On a quarterlybasis, the new forecast shows that demand for OPEC crude is expected at 29.8 m...
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - USA:
Total commercial oil inventories in the USA ended the month at 1,044.8 mb, a drop of 18.9 mb from October, which left stocks almost at par with the year-ago level and 5% higher than the ...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - OECD:
According to the preliminary estimated data, OECD monthly crude oil imports continued their downward trend decreasing a further 0.2 mb/d to average 31.0 mb/d in October. However, this d...|
|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - Forecast for 2006|
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to average 51.1 mb/d in 2006, representing an increase of 0.9 mb/d over 2005 and a slight downward revision versus the last assessment. Do...