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OPEC has every incentive to make landmark oil deal work

2016-12-06 06:11:05 EST

Despite a checkered past with sticking to crude production cuts, there is a compelling case that OPEC and other key oil producers will rein in output over the next six months, argues Paul Hickin.


News Headlines

New Delhi (Platts)--8 Dec 2016 228 am EST/728 GMT
The cash crunch following India's move to demonetize more than 80% of its currency is expected to dampen the country's appetite for oil products over the next three months before eventually rebounding as fundamentals remain robust, Lalit Kumar Gupta, chief executive officer of Essar Oil, told S&P Global Platts on the sidelines of the Petrotech conference in New Delhi.
New York (Platts)--7 Dec 2016 610 pm EST/2310 GMT
Oil futures declined Wednesday after US Energy Information Administration data showed product stocks built by more than anticipated, while the key storage hub of Cushing, Oklahoma, saw its biggest rise since 2009.
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The Barrel Blog

December 05, 2016
Egypt hopes OPEC’s move to cut oil output will actually breathe life into the moribund traffic in its Suez Canal and provide badly needed foreign currency.
November 29, 2016
There are short-term incentives, under the pressure of summitry, to come up with something - anything! - but the underlying problems mean that any deal reached is unlikely to have much substance or longevity.
November 21, 2016
The way US E&P operators are adding rigs, planning activity ramp-ups, preparing to raise capex and looking forward to renewed production growth in 2017, you’d be tempted to write finis to a harrowing two-year industry downturn.
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Feature: US Election 2016

November 18, 2016
Asian refiners are hopeful that US President-elect Donald Trump's policies might boost US crude production and back out imports, leading to an increase in available crude supply halfway around the world. But, sources say, US crudes will remain an arbitrage choice and how much of it comes to Asia will depend on economics.
Also in this feature
Interview: As Trump wins, oil, agriculture and Russia are safer bets: Jim Rogers
For Jim Rogers, Trump's win in the US presidential election would mean that investors would most likely pile on to real assets, such as oil and agriculture, at least until clarity emerges on his economic policies.
Trump presidency seen as favorable for oilfield services sector: analysts
The election of Donald Trump should further help an already upturning domestic E&P sector through his backing of oil and gas development and potentially streamlining the permitting process on US federal lands, analysts said.


Price Focus

US Gulf Coast sweet crude differentials can be mixed as opposing factors pull US crude oil economics in different directions, Platts data shows. While there may be the possibility of a crude oil output freeze by major OPEC and non-OPEC producers, US commercial crude oil stocks are high.



Oil Infographics

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Of all the natural resources that have been used to build our world, surely oil is the most pervasive. We all know that oil provides the plastics in the computer we use, has driven revolutions in fashion, industry and transport, and even powers our homes. No one's life is untouched by this immense resource.



Podcasts

Could new crude grades go into Dated Brent?
December 08, 2016
- Platts editors Joel Hanley and Robert Beaman discuss the possibility of new grades of crude oil joining Brent, Forties, Oseberg and Ekofisk in the vital Dated Brent benchmark. Is Norway’s Troll the strongest candidate?
Trump administration could be a bend in the road for biofuels blending
December 05, 2016
- Total renewable fuel is slated to break through the so-called blendwall in 2017, but how will a new presidential administration affect targets for the Renewable Fuel Standard?
Phone a friend: OPEC calls for oil output cut with non-member assistance
December 01, 2016
- In a special episode of Capitol Crude, Brian Scheid calls former podcast co-host Herman Wang in Vienna to get the details of OPEC's historic decision to cut production.
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Asia Pacific and Middle East Refined Oil Products methodology

Published March 2016

The Asia Pacific and Middle East Refined Oil Products Guide contains the primary specifications and methodologies for Platts Asia Products assessments.






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