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Apache to cut on its production in Permian Basin
April 24, 2019
Source: Energy Voice

Apache to cut on its production in Permian Basin

Houston based Apache Corp. has informed about its natural gas production cut in the Permian Basin. This step has been taken for an extended period of time because of the sharp pricing discounts led by pipeline shortages in the region. Apache will reduce its production by 250 million cubic feet per day. Chief Executive of Apache said, "This is the proper approach from both an environmental and economic perspective".

Oil prices dropped below $80/bbl
May 28, 2018
Source: Rigzone

Oil prices dropped below $80/bbl

Oil prices dropped about $1 on Thursday with a probability that decreased supplies from Venezuela and Iran could provoke OPEC to slow down the output cuts since 2017. OPEC and oil industry sources have informed Reuters that OPEC members may lift output in June to compensate for reduced supply from crisis-hit Venezuela and Iran, following which production cuts could be eased "softly".

Saudis signal oil output boost
May 26, 2018
Source: World Oil

Saudis signal oil output boost

As prices trade near $80/bbl, the Saudi Energy Minister has said that OPEC and its allies would gradually revive crude output in the second half of this year, contrary with the decision to restraint supplies and boost prices. This move will ease consumers’ anxiety to a great extent. Oil’s surge to a three-year high puts pressure on the world economy and further draws political heat from major consumers, particularly US.

OPEC's weak premise for sticking with production cuts
May 3, 2018
Source: World Oil

OPEC's weak premise for sticking with production cuts

Despite achieving the objective of rebalancing world oil markets, OPEC and Russia seem quite determined to continue with production cuts. However, the primary reason for this seems to be unsteady, a new priority- to encourage firms to invest more in future supply. Some analysts view this as a pretext for prolonged strategy that keeps oil prices as high as possible.

Oil cuts removed 85 percent of the oversupply problem-UAE
April 4, 2018
Source: World Oil

Oil cuts removed 85 percent of the oversupply problem-UAE

According to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Energy Minister, the global agreement on curbing the oil output has mitigated 85% of the oversupply problem. The international economy is benefiting from the supply cuts. The minister feels that the cuts may affect the drilling costs, completion costs but overall, the effect will be trivial on the oil prices.

OPEC continues cut and Oil prices plummet as dollar strengthens
March 12, 2018
Source: World Oil

OPEC continues cut and Oil prices plummet as dollar strengthens

In the midst of heightened supply in the US and strengthening dollar, oil has hit its lowest level in three weeks. Against this backdrop, OPEC continues to trim output and it is expected that the organization will do all that it takes to preserve oil market stability. The enhanced dollar strength will push crude lower and for certain, will act as a headwind for oil.

Comments on production curbs beyond 2018 by Conoco CEO
March 7, 2018
Source: World Oil

Comments on production curbs beyond 2018 by Conoco CEO

ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance expressed that OPEC needs to embrace its role to keep markets stable as the world baffles on oil prices. Further he added, “They have to remain disciplined; they have to keep trying to take the volatility out of the equation," while acknowledging that the rapid growth of U.S. shale was “part of the problem" challenging the rally in the oil market.

Biggest oil output plummet in UAE from January
March 5, 2018
Source: World Oil

Biggest oil output plummet in UAE from January

Oil output plummeted in the UAE; it dropped 70, 000 bpd from January, a subject matter expert observed. The cut is the biggest since UAE reduced production in alignment with the OPEC’s decision to restrict production in order to control the global glut. UAE’s average compliance with its cuts which improved to 117% in January from 103% in December, according to IEA.

Speculation has it that oil is set for its first monthly decline
March 3, 2018
Source: World Oil

Speculation has it that oil is set for its first monthly decline

Oil is set for its first monthly decline owing to increasing fears over booming US Shale supply. An industry report revealed that US oil inventories spiked last week. Also, the head of OPEC plans to meet shale producers in Houston at a time when America is pumping at record levels threatening OPEC’s efforts to curb a global glut.

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