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    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 3,265 times

    Weekly Performance and Overview As the week concludes, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil is experiencing a modest gain, increasing by approximately 1.35%. This movement…

  • Will OPEC Increase Production?

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    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 1,197 times

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  • Why APA is Underperforming the Sector and Why That May Change

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 1,252 times

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  • Israel-Hezbollah Tensions Flare Up

    Published 16 February 2024 | viewed 1,096 times

    Cross-border missile exchanges between Israel and Lebanon intensified this week, with Hezbollah launching missiles at northern Israel and Israel responding with its own missile barrage…

  • After Being Neutral for A While, I Now Have A View On Crude

    Published 09 February 2024 | viewed 21,208 times

    As most of you know, while I do invest in stocks in the energy space, and occasionally give you my opinion of individual security based…

  • Is There a Future for California's Oil Industry?

    Published 09 February 2024 | viewed 430 times

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  • Why Oil Prices Rallied This Week

    Published 09 February 2024 | viewed 426 times

    Crude oil is in a position to close higher for the week after posting a dramatic turnaround following last week’s sell-off, with prices surging by…

  • Geopolitical Risk Rebounds

    Published 09 February 2024 | viewed 140 times

    Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict The U.S. launched a drone strike in the Iraqi capital this week, killing a commander of Iran-backed Kai’tab Hezbollah, just days…

  • How Long Can the Houthis Hold Out?

    Published 09 February 2024 | viewed 2,512 times

    There is no indication that the Houthis are preparing to halt their attacks on vessels traversing the Red Sea by the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, and…

  • Can OPEC Win Back Its Lost Market Share?

    Published 02 February 2024 | viewed 5,438 times

    While the unrest in the Middle East lends an element of risk to the oil markets, helping to put a floor under prices, OPEC is…

  • Uncertainty in Oil Markets Amid Rumors of a Ceasefire in Gaza

    Published 02 February 2024 | viewed 1,467 times

    Politics, Geopolitics, and Conflict Oil prices had a particularly volatile Thursday, tanking on Qatari rumors that Israel and Hamas had agreed to a ceasefire deal,…

  • This Boring Stock Still Makes Sense in 2024

    Published 02 February 2024 | viewed 2,083 times

    An old friend is back in the news at the moment, and it has prompted me to look again at a stock that I recommended…

  • What to Watch in Oil Markets Next Week

    Published 02 February 2024 | viewed 14,172 times

    The global oil market is currently facing a unique set of challenges and opportunities, influenced by various factors including China's economic slowdown, fluctuations in US…

  • Rising Electricity Demand Will Keep Fossil Fuels Around

    Published 26 January 2024 | viewed 3,260 times

    1. Oilfield Services Majors Enjoy International Boom- The world’s largest oil services majors, SLB and Halliburton, have boosted their quarterly dividend as their Q4 performance…

  • Geopolitical Risk and Economic Optimism Push Oil Prices Higher

    Published 26 January 2024 | viewed 1,840 times

    Middle East Tensions Escalate Oil markets witnessed a significant surge this week, with WTI crude oil climbing 5.26%, its highest level since December. This rally…

  • Houthi Attacks in the Red Sea Force More Vessels to Reroute

    Published 26 January 2024 | viewed 2,425 times

    Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict The conflict in the Red Sea continued unabated this week, with the Houthis targeting Maersk vessels and their U.S. Navy warship…

  • What to Expect From Big Oil This Earnings Season

    Published 26 January 2024 | viewed 3,205 times

    Next week, most individual investors will be focused on tech earnings. Microsoft (MSFT) and Alphabet (GOOG: GOOGL) will report on Tuesday, followed by Apple (AAPL),…

  • Why Iran Wants Chaos, Not War

    Published 26 January 2024 | viewed 3,559 times

    Oil markets are holding their breath over Middle East tensions, unsure of whether to push prices up and ignore supply and demand fundamentals as tensions…

  • Geopolitical Risk Keeps Oil Markets on Edge

    Published 19 January 2024 | viewed 2,324 times

    March West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures have been oscillating within a narrow $8.00 range, displaying resilience in the face of various market forces.…

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