Tag Archives: WTI

American Shale-Oil Producers are on a Roll

In the light, sweet spot  Surprisingly, they have not yet roiled the oil markets JUST over a year ago Harold Hamm, billionaire boss of Continental Resources, one of the biggest shale-oil producers in America, issued a stern warning to his fellow frackers. Drill with restraint or we will “kill the market”, he said. This month […]

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U.S. Oil Prices May Climb to $80 This Year

WTI prices haven’t settled at $80 since Halloween 2014 Tightening global supplies and rising demand for crude oil helped prices for the commodity start the year with a bang—hitting their highest levels in more than three years—and many analysts believe the market has the fuel it needs to continue the rally to as high as […]

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Oil Price Commentary: A Positive Week Ahead for Oil Price

Last Week Oil Market Data: Crude Oil Price Movement: Oil prices moved higher last week on support from OPEC production cut extension, decline in U.S. crude oil production and draw-down in U.S. crude oil and gasoline stockpiles. Brent crude and WTI closed the week up by more than 5 percent to around $53.80/bbl and $50.85/bbl […]

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