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Thursday, November 7, 2013
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We have some interesting developments in the oil industry.
The price of crude oil has dropped almost 10% since September. Distillate (fuel oil) has seen only a small decline because
of the increased seasonal demand. The US inventory of distillate saw a draw down on Wednesday.
The big mover
of the price of crude could be the renewed talks with Iran. The new president, Hassan Rouhani, who took office in August,
has taken a moderate view of nuclear development which could result in less tension between Iran and the US.
Oil production in Iran could increase dramatically if sanctions were eased by the US.
The increased production and the reduction in tension, could put downward pressure on the price of oil.
Iran has the potential to bring an additional 1 million barrels daily to the market. US production has also increased
due to new technology. These increases are significant and would effect the price of oil.
Friday, October 11, 2013
FRIDAY OCTOBER 11, 2013
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I know it's been awhile. Donna and I have been
taking a little time off during the warm weather and my boys are busy doing the physical stuff- service, installations,
and oil deliveries. I don't know how I did it without them.
The market is flat today after a steady rise
in oil prices since the Washington pols started making headlines.
Here's the latest facts on oil. OPECs
output plummeted 645,000 barrels a day last month. This is the lowest level since October, 2011. This shortfall
has been made up by a supply growth of 1.7 million barrels a day from non OPEC nations. That's 360,000 barrels a day
over the estimate the International Energy Agency forecast in May.
OPEC has tried to manage the price of crude
by reducing production. I don't know if this tactic can work for long. I hope not. Production is out pacing
demand worldwide. Drill baby Drill.
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