|United States >> 4/27/2007 - Chevron Corporation reported net income of $4.7 billion ($2.18 per share - diluted) for the first quarter 2007, compared with $4 billion ($1.80 per share - diluted) in the 2006 first quarter. Earning...|
|United States >> 4/26/2007 - Apache Corporation reported first-quarter earnings of $492 million or $1.47 per diluted common share as record production partially offset the impact of lower oil and gas prices and higher costs. Apa...|
|United States >> 4/24/2007 - Occidental Petroleum Corporation announced net income for the first quarter 2007 was $1.212 billion ($1.43 per diluted share), compared with $1.231 billion ($1.43 per diluted share) for the first qua...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 4/17/2007 - Saudi International Petrochemical Company (Sipchem) announced the financial results for the first quarter of 2007, which showed a net profit of SR 150 million, marking an increase of SR 53 million or ...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - According to preliminary data, OPEC spot fixtures rose slightly in March after a large decrease in February. Middle East fixtures gained around 0.47 mb/d, partially due to increased activities to the ...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - OECD crude oil imports were steady in February with a minor decline of less than 1% from the previous month to average 31.2 mb/d, according to preliminary estimates. Despite this minor decline, crude ...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - US total commercial oil stocks fell 4.8 mb or 0.5% to stand at 982 mb at end-March. This corresponded to 2.3% below the same period of the previous year but 3% above the five-ye araverage.|
|United Arab Emirates >> 4/16/2007 - The OPEC president and UAE minister of oil, Mohammed Al Hamli, has reiterated that the global oil markets do not suffer from a drop in supply. However, the Organization is ready to increase production...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - The OPEC Reference Basket experienced volatility in March amid falling equity markets although OPEC kept output unchanged. Geopolitical concerns in the Mideast and West Africa renewed the fear premium...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - After a period of stability, crude oil prices recently increased to six-month highs. On 29 March, WTI crude price surged to $66.03/b while Dated Brent hit $69.48/b on 2 April. The increase in crude oi...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - World Oil Demand in 2006|
World oil demand estimate for last year remained unchanged from the previous month. As a result of fuel switching to natural gas, fuel oil declined mainly in the O...
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - Non-OPEC|
Estimate for 2006
Non-OPEC oil supply is estimated to average 49.46 mb/d in 2006, an increase of 0.48 mb/d over 2005 and a net downward revision of 42,000 b/d versus t...
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - Estimate for 2006|
The demand for OPEC crude in 2006 is estimated to average 30.4 mb/d. On a quarterly basis, the estimate shows that demand for OPEC crude was 31.3 mb/d, 29.6 mb/d, 30.1 mb...
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The petroleum market began March with a mixed reaction over the financial market’s downturn and concern over summer fuel supply amid the possibility of rising demand ...
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - Crude oil futures market maintained the stronger note from late February on developments in the geopolitical arena amid continued petroleum fuel inventory draws in the USA outweighing concern over eco...|
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - Industrialised countries|
United States of America
Economic indicators point to a slowdown in the pace of economic activity in the first quarter of 2007 reflecting the ongoing c...
|Austria >> 4/16/2007 - A combination of a prolonged winter in the USA with other bullish factors including planned and unplanned refinery outages in the Atlantic Basin, higher demand for light distillates and gasoline stock...|
|Gabon >> 3/20/2007 - Total Gabon approved the final accounts for the year ended December 31, 2006. Net income in 2006 was $326.4 million, compared to $316.8 million in 2005.|
The oil production of the fields ope...
|United States >> 3/16/2007 - Crude oil fell for a second day in New York on concern defaults in the U.S. housing market may slow demand in the world's biggest oil user.|
Oil dropped yesterday after OPEC kept production...
|Austria >> 3/15/2007 - Estimate for 2006|
Non-OPEC oil supply is estimated to average 49.46 mb/d in 2006, an increase of 0.52 mb/d over 2005 and a downward revision of 17,000 b/d versus the last assessment. A 67...