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QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - July 15, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a large decrease of 9.5 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline inventories decreased 1.5 MMbbl, while distillate inventories increased 3.7 MMbbl. The total petroleum inventories showed a decrease of 3.8 MMbbl. US crude oil production increased 100,000 bbl/d last week per EIA. Crude oil imports were down 0.3 MMbbl/d to an average of 7.3 MMbbl/d versus the week prior. Prices regained their bullish momentum primarily on the effects...
Jul 15, 2019
QP -The Week in Crude Oil Markets - July 15, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a large decrease of 9.5 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline inventories decreased 1.5 MMbbl, while distillate inventories increased 3.7 MMbbl. The total petroleum inventories showed a decrease of 3.8 MMbbl. US crude oil production increased 100,000 bbl/d last week per EIA. Crude oil imports were down...
Jul 15, 2019
QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - July 08, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a decrease of 1.1 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline inventories decreased 1.6 MMbbl while distillate inventories increased 1.4 MMbbl. The total petroleum inventories showed an increase of 2.5 MMbbl. US crude oil production increased 100,000 bbl/d last week per EIA. Crude oil imports were down 900,000 bbl/d, to an average of 7.6 MMbbl/d, versus the week prior. Prices tried to keep the bullish momentum from the previous week...
Jul 08, 2019
QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - July 08, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a decrease of 1.1 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline inventories decreased 1.6 MMbbl while distillate inventories increased 1.4 MMbbl. The total petroleum inventories showed an increase of 2.5 MMbbl. US crude oil production increased 100,000 bbl/d last week per EIA. Crude oil imports were down 900,000 bbl/d, to an average of 7.6 MMbbl/d, versus the week prior. Prices tried to keep the bullish momentum from the previous week...
Jul 08, 2019
QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - July 01, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a large decrease of 12.8 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline and distillate inventories decreased 1.0 MMbbl and 2.4 MMbbl, respectively. Total petroleum inventories showed a substantial decrease of 11.9 MMbbl. US crude oil production decreased 100,000 bbl/d. Crude oil imports were down 800000 bbl/d to an average of 6.7 MMbbl/d versus the week prior. Prices kept the bullish bias that had started the previous week when tensions between...
Jul 01, 2019
QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - June 24, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a decrease of 3.1 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline and distillate inventories decreased 1.7 MMbbl and 0.6 MMbbl, respectively. The total petroleum inventories showed a decrease of 400,000 bbl. US crude oil production decreased 100,000 bbl/d last week, per the EIA. Crude oil imports were down 100,000 bbl/d versus the week prior to an average of 7.5 MMbbl/d. Prices started last week in a tight range as traders weighed the...
Jun 24, 2019
QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - June 17, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted an increase of 2.2 MMbbl the week that ended June 7, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline inventories increased 0.8 MMbbl, and distillate inventories decreased 1.0 MMbbl. The total petroleum inventories showed another substantial increase of 9.3 MMbbl. US crude oil production decreased 100,000 bbl/d last week and crude oil imports were down 0.3 MMbbl/d versus the prior week to an average of 7.6 MMbbl/d. Prices confirmed the recent trend of weak...
Jun 17, 2019
QP - The Week in Crude Oil Markets - June 10, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted an increase of 6.8 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline and distillate inventories increased 3.2 MMbbl and 4.6 MMbbl, respectively. Total petroleum inventories showed a substantial increase of 22.4 MMbbl. US crude oil production increased 100,000 bbl/d last week per EIA. Crude oil imports were up 1.07 MMbbl/d to an average of 7.3 MMbbl/d versus the week prior. As expected, price declines were extended in early trade last week....
Jun 10, 2019
QP - The Week In Crude Oil Markets - June 03, 2019
US crude oil inventories posted a decrease of 0.3 MMbbl last week, according to the weekly EIA report. Gasoline inventories increased 2.2 MMbbl, and distillate inventories decreased 1.6 MMbbl. Total petroleum inventories showed a decrease of 1.6 MMbbl. US crude oil production increased 100 Mbbl/d last week, per the EIA. Crude oil imports were down 81,000 bbl/d to an average of 6.9 MMbbl/d versus the week prior. Meetings among OPEC and other oil-producing countries a couple of weeks ago gave...
Jun 03, 2019
QP - Attacks on Saudi Arabian oil infrastructure push WTI gains - May 20, 2019
The WTI front-month contract rose $1.10, or 1.8%, last week, settling at $62.76/bbl on Friday, May 17. The increase was fueled by rising geopolitical risk in the Middle East; however, the US/China trade war continues to moderate gains. On Monday, May 13, WTI fell 62 cents to $61.04/bbl. Prices were up early in the session following news that two Saudi Arabian oil tankers and two other ships were attacked over the weekend in the Strait of Hormuz. Later that morning, prices shifted to the...
May 20, 2019

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