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Sort order. Mar 25, Lester Cockram rated it really liked it. Long time commodity trader Raymond Learsy really put in a lot of time and effort in writing this very informative book on what goes on behind the scenes in extracting and pricing a barrel of crude to the market place.
The book takes the reader to the year including The Seven Sisters, and of course the history of the 11 countries that make up OPEC. Hoping Learsy will follow up this book catching the reader up from to present day.
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Would love to be able to follow the money and details on Long time commodity trader Raymond Learsy really put in a lot of time and effort in writing this very informative book on what goes on behind the scenes in extracting and pricing a barrel of crude to the market place. Would love to be able to follow the money and details on why the current administration is so dead set against the Keystone Pipeline.
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Prices are at levels that will eat into appetite for oil and forecasters have revised downwards their expectations for demand growth this year. Experts said the rises would pose a challenge for central banks already coping with high inflation.
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The rising oil price helped the FTSE to a record closing price on Thursday as the London-based index closed at This time around will be different as the European Union has said it is determined to keep alive the deal and will not be forcing sanctions on Tehran. Nearly 17 months of cuts by major oil-producing countries , led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, have made their mark. Despite prices rising steadily under the restrictions, oil states have proved remarkably compliant and have not increased production as they have done during previous attempts to influence the market.
Opec members are expected to meet in Vienna to discuss whether the cuts should continue beyond the end of , when they are due to expire.
Riyadh would consider withdrawing from OPEC and breaking up the cartel!
Energy Information Administration. The EIA said the United States has been a net oil importer in weekly data since and monthly data starting in Oil historians who have compiled even older annual data using statistics from the American Petroleum Institute said the country has been a net oil importer since , when Harry Truman was in the White House.
On paper, the shift to net oil exports means that the United States is today energy independent, achieving a rhetorical aspiration for generations of American politicians, from Jimmy Carter to George W. Although the net balance shows the United States is selling more petroleum than it is buying, American refiners continue to buy millions of barrels of overseas crude and fuel each day. The United States imports more than 7 million barrels a day of crude from around the globe to help feed its refineries, which consume more than 17 million barrels a day.
Meanwhile, in Vienna, OPEC ended talks Thursday without a deal on oil production cuts for the first time in nearly five years as Russia flexed its muscles by so far refusing to commit to the big output curb that Saudi Arabia is demanding. The failure to secure a deal is the latest example of how OPEC is under pressure from forces that are redrawing the global oil map, leaving it increasingly dependent on the support of non-member Russia.