|Austria >> 12/18/2006 - World oil demand in 2005 is expected to average 83.3 mb/d, representing growth of 1.0 mb/d, unchanged from the last MOMR. World oil demand growth for 2006 is forecast to grow at a modest rate of 1.0 m...|
|Nigeria >> 12/15/2006 - OPEC, in announcing it plans to slice its output by an additional 1.9% starting Feb. 1, is sending a strong signal that it will try to prevent oil prices from sliding further. The real impact of the c...|
|United States >> 12/14/2006 - A sharp drop in residual fuel oil use pushed overall U.S. oil demand down in November compared to year-ago levels though demand for other refined products remained buoyant, according to API, the natio...|
|Iran >> 12/13/2006 - Belarus and Iran drafted Monday a joint action plan for oil sector cooperation, a spokesman for Belorusneft oil company said. "During an official visit by a Belarusian delegation to Iran, we prepared ...|
|United States >> 12/13/2006 - SUMMARY: Total domestic petroleum deliveries for November were down from a year ago – but only because of a sharp decline for residual fuel oil. (”Deliveries” are a measure of demand.) Deliveries of t...|
|Iran >> 12/6/2006 - Iraq's first postwar draft hydrocarbon law recommends the government sign production sharing deals and other service and buyback contracts to upgrade the country's war-ravaged oil industry.|
|Australia >> 12/5/2006 - 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 on the Price of Oil. The event was ...|
|United States >> 12/3/2006 - The rapid rise in the price of oil over the past week marks a turnaround in a bear market and points to potentially higher prices against a backdrop of shifting supply forces. Since dropping to a 17-m...|
|Libya >> 11/30/2006 - The head of Libya's oil policy, Shokri Ghanem, said that the republic had cut its oil production by the amount it agreed to during October's OPEC policy talks, adding he was now comfortable with crude...|
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - World oil demand in 2005|
Latest data from the OECD has resulted in a minor upward revision of 70,000 b/d to the total world oil demand. North America and Western Europe were revised up by ...
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - Non-OPEC|
Forecast for 2006
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to average 51.2 mb/d in 2006, representing an increase of 0.9 mb/d over 2005 and a slight downward revision versus ...
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - Estimate for 2006|
The estimated demand for OPEC crude in 2006 is expected to average 28.8 mb/d. On a quarterly basis, the new estimate shows that demand for OPEC crude is expected at 29.8 m...
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - OECD|
Preliminary data shows that the upward trend of OECD total oil imports displayed since April came to an end in October with imports falling 130,000 b/d, offsetting the growth of the...
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - For the second successive month estimates of Euro-zone GDP growth for 2006 have been revised up following reports ofstronger economic activity. This year the GDP of the Euro-zone is expected to grow b...|
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - The OPEC Ministerial decision to cut production levels by 1.2 mb/d effective 1 November 2006 appears to have largelyachieved its purpose of stabilizing markets and arresting the sharp fall in oil pric...|
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - Industrialised countries|
USA:Third quarter data confirmed that the slump in US residential construction had a marked impact on the economy as GDP grew by only 1.6%. The composition of grow...
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - The crude oil futures market continued the downward trend sinceits peak in July with the front-month average falling for the fourth consecutive month. The futures market began the month on the prospec...|
|Austria >> 11/15/2006 - USA|
After building in September, US total oil commercial inventories saw a draw in October, falling 25 mb from the previous month to 1,063.7 mb. This represented still a cushion of 5.8% an...
|Norway >> 11/15/2006 - Pertra presented its Q3 2006 financial results. Total operating revenues in Q3 amounted to NOK 27.4 million. The net loss was NOK 7.4 million. The result is in accordance with the Company’s plans and ...|
|Norway >> 11/15/2006 - Highlights for the Third Quarter 2006|
DNO further built on its active exploration strategy in the third quarter, positioning the company towards continued reserve growth at low cost.