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As predictions of energy crunches, production peaks and supply bottlenecks move from the trade press into the mainstream, tune in to Oilcast.com and energise your outlook.
Wednesday, May 17 2006 @ 10:51 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 124
After some long discussions Oilcast.com is hoping to announce some important new news in the coming two weeks. Oilcast is in talks to merge with a new trading fund as part of their overall service.
This would place the broadcast on a sounder footing. Merger discussions with other sites, whilst totally amicable, have sadly not proved forthcoming mainly due to practical difficulties.
We hope that we will be able to bring you some further news within the next 14 days, after which we will be able to get back to the business of talking about oil and gas rather than gassing about business.
We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has emailed us over this five month period, without your listenership none of this would be worth doing.
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Wednesday, November 30 2005 @ 02:57 PM EST Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 3835
This bumper 28 minute show breaks an exclusive interview with a senior engineer from Mexican state oil company Pemex, who says "the days of the Mexican super giants are over." He claims Pemex is in the "doorway of depletion" and "in the middle of the Hubbert curve." Hear this amazing interview online now...
We also talk to Bruce Evers of Investec and Frederic Lasserre of Societe Generale on the current mini bear market, record short positions, warm weather in the USA and American `demand destruction`. What is it that is driving prices back down into the mid fifty dollar range?
Monday, November 07 2005 @ 01:10 PM EST Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 2108
In a bumper 22 minute show Oilcast examines the apparent return of Chinese demand growth. Why has it happened? Why is the market ignoring it? What will it do to prices? And why was Chinese demand flat so far this year?
We talk to Deborah White of Societe Generale, Mike Wittner of Calyon and Kevin Norrish of Barclays Capital.
Plus crude prices have dipped, why? ANWR drilling gets the green light and Senator Ron Wyden is in the news again. All this and more in the new size Oilcast...
Friday, October 21 2005 @ 06:04 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1595
Why is oil being sold off? The long anticipated fourth quarter of 2005 is here and a record strength hurricane sits in the Gulf of Mexico. Yet prices still fall.
Plus, who sold $1.4 billion of Exxon Mobil shares this week? Who is saying the Gulf recovery could take "years" and what will happen to the oil price if a cold winter hits oil-hungry nations?
Oilcast chats with Bruce Evers of Investec Bank in London as we discuss these subjects and many more...
Wednesday, October 12 2005 @ 06:23 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1693
The International Energy Agency report, 'Resources to Reserves' comes under the Oilcast analysis spotlight this week. As well as a long look at 'peak oil' the report is also an interesting document, as much by what it omits as by what it contains.
Plus odd weather systems, price movements, American refining capacity and a possible Russian oil exchange...
Friday, September 23 2005 @ 09:44 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1978
This week Adam Porter takes a look at the way Rita could affect the oil industry.
Will the consequences be as serious as predicted? Or will good luck prevail and a sell-off ensue?
Also from the OPEC meeting in Vienna we hear Kuwait's oil minister Al-Salah ridicule British chancellor Gordon Brown, plus news on non-OPEC output that does not make very healthy reading.
Thursday, September 15 2005 @ 10:09 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1640
This week Oilcast looks at continuing fallout from Hurricane Katrina and much more. With an exclusive look at what one major bank is saying behind the scenes, Oilcast exposes what the market really thinks. That high American pump prices are here - for good.
Is the one lasting effect of Katrina going to be the high price ordinary folk are going to pay to fill their cars and heat their homes? Oilcast has obtained a transcript from a major international bank conference call that says, yes it is.
Plus, why is Tony Blair's second in command attacking OPEC? What did the oil markets do this week? Did high oil prices drive Delta and Northwest Airlines to Chapter 11 and why are Ford closing a plant in Lorain Ohio? Is it really all about oil?
Wednesday, September 07 2005 @ 06:33 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1691
Oilcast.com returns after its summer break with a look at the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the oil business. Whilst the mass media trumpet wild speculation and conjecture Oilcast.com looks at the reailty. Myopic markets, basic truths and analysis that is not driven by panic...
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