The oil price is rising Wednesday on news of a bigger than expected drawdown of US crude oil inventories and that delivery of oil through a Canadian pipeline will be reduced by 85% until the end of November. read »November 2017
The oil price is marginally higher Tuesday after a few days of declines. A mixed outlook is limiting price moves as investors await the output of the Nov 30 OPEC meeting and if US shale oil output continues to rise. read »November 2017
The oil prices edged lower for a second day Tuesday on anticipation of an increase in Us oil production. The IEA world energy report also highlights a steep increase in US shale oil production going forward. read »November 2017
The oil price rose sharply Monday and remains well bid Tuesday on rising geopolitical tensions, including the Saudi crown prince's political purge. The November OPEC meeting also remains in mind ahead of expectations of a output cap extension. read »November 2017
The oil price remains above $60 per barrel Tuesday, as the current oil output cap between OPEC and some non-OPEC producers is expected to remain in place in 2018. Question marks are also being raised over the future level of output from US shale oil producers. read »October 2017
Oil price moved a little lower Thursday following data showing Us oil inventories rose unexpectedly in the week end Oct 20. However, the ongoing Iraqi conflict around Kirkuk and apparent growing support of an extension to the OPEC output cap helped limit the fall. read »October 2017
The oil price rose Monday as Iraqi fighting around the strategically important city of Kirkuk continued, Us oil drilling fell for a third week and OPEC continues to comply with the output cap agreement. read »October 2017
The oil price maintained its upward momentum Wednesday supported by a number of developments, including a higher than expected draw down on US oil stocks and comments the OPEC and Russia output cap agreement would likely be extended. read »October 2017
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