Friday, July 22 2005 @ 08:49 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1165
In this Oilcast Adam Porter takes a look at the implications for oil over the currency revaluation by China.
Will it mean higher prices? Lower prices? Is it a simple straightforward conclusion or a complex one? How many factors are involved? And what is the most radical aspect of the revaluation?
Why not tell us what you think below?
In this Oilcast Adam Porter takes a look at the latest falling figures from Norway, plus the effects of Hurricane Emily in Mexico. Also China and Brazil link up, so do Total and Syria and we take a longer look at some of the reasoning around the two camps of China analysts. Are you a China Bear or full of China Bull?
Monday, July 18 2005 @ 04:40 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 553
The Oilcast CopriDex forecast for this week July 18th to 22nd is $60.952.
The forecast for last week was $62.20.
The five day average price was $59.12.
Last week's forecast was too high by $3.08 or 4.97%.
Editors note: This week's forecast ($60.95) also looks a little too high. When thinking about forecasting next week's price why not consider some of the bullish and bearish factors we will list over the page. (AP)
Friday, July 15 2005 @ 07:29 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 635
El tercer Oilcast en Español llega con los comentarios de Daniel Gómez sobre el último informe de la Agencia Internacional de la Energía, cuyos sorprendentes pronósticos han causado todo tipo de comentarios. De hecho, otros organismos como la EIA estadounidense ven las cosas de manera diferente. Se echa un vistazo también al récord de contratación de superpetroleros en el Golfo Pérsico, y a los efectos del huracán Dennis.
The IEA have shocked the oil markets with predictions that have left some analysts reeling. What did they say? Whose figures are we to believe? Is this the most important piece of oil data this year? We take a good look at the figures.
Plus the damage from Dennis, the arrival of Emily, and a report from Platts on OPEC that makes even more interesting reading now the IEA have confounded the forecasters...
Friday, July 08 2005 @ 03:21 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 580
En este nuevo Oilcast en Español, Daniel Gómez hace un repaso a los mercados petrolíferos, más volatiles que nunca. También analiza algunos interesantes detalles de Petrocaribe, y la llegada al cenit de la producción de gas natural en Norteamérica. Como destacado, la nueva campaña de responsabilidad corporativa de Chevron Texaco, que nos invita a unirnos en un esfuerzo global para afrontar los retos energéticos del SXXI.
In this special report we look at the events of the day from the perspective of the oil markets.
A day which saw armed violence on the streets of London.
We look at the movements on the NYMEX and London indexes plus some other underlying factors that may also have been price-forming...
Wednesday, July 06 2005 @ 03:33 AM EDT Contributed by: Oilcasters Views: 1793
In this Oilcast Adam Porter looks at new statements by the Bank Of Montreal's Don Coxe who has taken his thoughts on a possible oil production peak to wider conclusions. Plus BP report on production, Petro Caribe comes into force, Russia clamps down on investment and prices once again near sixty dollars. But where will they go?
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