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OPEC Nations Don’t Want $60/b


The OPEC doesn't seem to be interested in oil prices above $60/b. At least this is what the Iranian Minister of Oil said the other day. By the way, Iran is the OPEC’s third-biggest producer of crude oil.
 

According to Bloomberg, the OPEC is afraid that prices above 60 dollars per barrel will favor international shale oil producers, especially American ones.

 

However, Masterforex-V Academy experts say that shale oil companies are not the only thing the OPEC should be afraid of. They should watch out for conventional oil producers form the USA as well. This is a major threat for both the OPEC and the oil nations participating in the OPEC+ deal.
 
Today, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management published the draft bill aimed at canceling the veto on offshore oil production. They are planning to quintuple the amount of offshore oil rigs over the next 3-4 years. The areas supposedly store 90 billion barrels of crude oil and 319 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
The entire U.S. offshore area both in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as in the Mexican Bay, have been closed for oil production since 1988. The tenders are expected to start in 2019.
 
The BOEM's plan is said to be based on Donald Trump’s decree signed in April 2017. The decree is aimed at strengthening the USA’s role in the global energy market while keeping energy sources relatively cheap. So, the plan is designed to turn the United States into the world’s strongest energy superpower. At this point, the USA is producing almost as much oil as Russia and Saudi Arabia, the world’s leaders in terms of crude oil production. In 2017, it the USA produced 9,2 million barrels a day while this year they are going to produce 10 million barrels a day.

 

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USA Leaves China Without Crude Oil, Russia Is Ready To Compensate

The trade war between the United States and China is still underway. Earlier this month, America made another attempt to undermine the Chinese economy. The thing is, that up until recently, America used to be one of the biggest exporters of crude oil to China. In summer, the U.S. export of crude oil to China used to be equal to 10,5 million barrels a month. At this point, America has almost suspended the export of crude oil to China. Last month American oil companies shipped as little as 600K barrels, with no oil shipping planned for this month.

Publication date: 17 October 10:29 AM

Evgeniy Filichkin: FortFC Launches pre-ICO

While skeptics armed with political axioms, and complicated math formulas, are trying to persuade the world that sooner or later, the cryptomarket industry is doomed to exhaust its potential at some point in the future, the cryptomarket itself is becoming a part of the global economy.

Publication date: 03 October 09:10 AM

Trump is helpless: oil prices keep going up

Oil prices keep going up. Brent oil has just exceeded $83/b. Obviously, Donal Trump's attempts to urge the OPEC to increase their oil production have filed so far. For those of you who don't know, not so long ago Donald Trump threatened the OPEC in general and Middle-Eastern oil producers in particular with consequences if they refuse to start increasing their oil production to dump international oil prices as soon as possible. However, those threats seem to have had no impact on the OPEC and the prices are still going up. 

Publication date: 01 October 10:15 AM

Trump Will Take Revenge on Middle East because of Crude Oils

Donald Trump threated some Middle Eastern oil producers to take revenge on them because of crude oil prices. This is not the first time the American president is criticizing the Middle East in Twitter for being reluctant to contribute to lower oil prices. 

Publication date: 24 September 10:02 AM

China declares crude oil war on USA

Beijing is now considering the opportunity to cut down on the export of crude oil from the United States in response to Washington's decision to raise the import duties on Chinese products. The energy war between the USa and China may also affect Russia.

Publication date: 11 September 11:55 AM

China's dependence on crude oil increases fast

Over the last few years, China has been getting more and more dependent on the import of crude oil and some other energy carriers. Most of those oil imports are of Russian origin. the thing is that CHina's domestic oil and natural gas production has been contracting over the last few years while the country's production capacities have increased and are now in high demand of more energy.

Publication date: 11 September 10:40 AM

Trump Is Close to His Goal - Oil at $50/b

According to Finanz, President Trump is close to making oil prices drop down to $50/b like never before. Last week was bearish for the global market of crude oil. This happened mainly due to the agreement between the U.S. president and the King of Saudi Arabia.

Publication date: 23 August 11:36 AM

Investment Banks Raise Their Oil Forecasts

The world's biggest investment banks have raised their oil forecasts again, for the 10th month in a row, The Wall Street Journal reports. 

Publication date: 02 August 12:00 PM

Oil Prices May Skyrocket to $400/b if Iran Blocks the Strait of Hormuz

Blocking the Strait of Hormuz will inevitably trigger a global energy crisis while pushing oil prices to unseen heights, maybe even all the way up to $400/b. This is what the experts interviewed by PRIME think about the situation.

Publication date: 19 July 09:45 AM

Higher OPEC+ Production Quotas Won’t Raise Oil Prices, Kudrin Says

Chairman of the Russian Accounts Chamber Alexei Kudrin assumes that the OPEC+ participants’ decision to increase the daily oil production quotas won’t affect international oil prices.

Publication date: 16 July 09:58 AM