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12/18/2017 04:44 PM

Valdai Discussion Club

Not Business as Usual: OPEC, US Shale, and Russia
Valdai Discussion Club
The 173rd meeting of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) – held on 30 November 2017 in Vienna – announced that the production target would remain at a level of 32.5 million barrels of oil per day, which will be in place at least ...
OPEC, allies look at plans for prolonged crude oil supply restraint - Mr BarkindoSteelGuru
Expert Column: Predictions for oil prices in 2018San Antonio Business Journal

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12/18/2017 01:07 PM


Non-Opec suppliers to raise output
Deccan Chronicle
“We expect a reversal of the recent spike in Dated Brent crude price over the next few months, driven by our estimated 0.2 mn bpd increase in global oil inventories during first half of 2018, based on seasonally weak global oil demand, rising growth in ...
Is outlook for oil next year improving?Chron.com
Oil's outlook looks positive, but no crude shock likely in medium termEconomic Times
The 5 Oil Factors To Watch In 2018OilPrice.com
WorldOil -Reuters -NRT
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12/17/2017 10:16 PM

OPEC: Review of 2017; outlook for 2018
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
Non-OPEC oil supply growth 2017 performed well above initial market expectations to now stand at 0.81 mb/d. Higher-than-expected supply growth in the US, Canada and Kazakhstan have been the key contributors to the upward revisions, particularly US ...

12/17/2017 10:01 PM


OPEC's Oil Production Slips In November
The OPEC data below was taken from the December OPEC Monthly Oil Maret Report. All data is through November 2017 unless otherwise noted. (Click to enlarge). OPEC crude oil production declined by 133,500 barrels per day in November. (Click to enlarge ...

12/17/2017 04:01 PM


Five Charts on How 2018 Will Make or Break OPEC
And OPEC thought 2017 was tough. 2018 could be a killer. The starting point isn't great. The group and the International Energy Agency -- the two giants of the oil world -- have very different views of the year ahead. OPEC sees the policy of output ...
Oil to trade above $60 due to Opec output curbsHellenic Shipping News Worldwide
The IEA is now much more bearish on 2018 than OpecPetroleum Economist
How 2018 Will Either Make or Break OPEC, in Five Charts: GadflyWashington Post
Proactive Investors UK -Fin24 -Ship & Bunker -International Energy Agency
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12/17/2017 09:00 AM