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OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 16:30
Marathon Petroleum Corp (NYSE: MPC) began restarting its 585,000 bpd refining complex in Galveston Bay that has been shuttered for more than a month now, according to Reuters sources. The complex—America’s second-largest refinery after Motiva--was shut on May 23rd as part of a massive overhaul. Marathon did not confirm the plans to restart, but the sources indicate that its 225,000 bpd Pipestill 3B crude distillation unit will be back in production sometime early next week. Pipestill 3B is one of two units tasked with breaking down…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 13:12
Baker Hughes reported on Friday that the number of oil and gas rigs in the US fell again this week, by 5, to 258, marking the eighteenth loss in the number of active rigs, with losses in the Permian, Eagle Ford, Marcellus, and Barnett basins. The total oil and gas rigs is now sitting at 700 fewer than this time last year. The number of oil rigs decreased for the week by 4 rigs, according to Baker Hughes data, bringing the total to 181—compared to 784 active rigs this time last year. The total number of active gas rigs in the United States…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 12:30
Short interest on Tesla is set to make the EV maker's stock the first stock to hit US$20 billion in bets against it, data from financial analytics firm S3 Partners showed, as short sellers seem unfazed by Elon Musk's open mocking in recent days. Short interest in Tesla has reached US$19.95 billion, S3 Partners data, cited by Business Insider, shows. While Tesla's stock continues to rally, closing at a record $1,394 on Thursday, Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director of S3 Partners, said in a note on the same day that Tesla is a candidate…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 12:00
The United States produced, consumed, and exported record volumes of natural gas last year, following years of rising output due to fracking and horizontal drilling, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Friday. According to EIA’s estimates, domestic production of dry natural gas rose to nearly 34 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) while consumption increased to 31 Tcf in 2019, setting records. Exports also rose to record levels last year, thanks to growing production and more liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals coming…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 12:00
Politics, Geopolitics & Conflict - The battle for Libya is threatening to turn into direct clashes between the Turkish and Egyptian militaries, now that Turkey has categorically rejected Egypt’s ceasefire deal. This rejection was followed this week by the Egyptian Army’s preparations for a military maneuver near its border with Libya - also a direct response to Turkish naval exercises in the Mediterranean. Haftar is still playing cat-and-mouse with the National Oil Company (NOC), in the meantime - unwilling to lose any ounce of…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 12:00
This week was an ugly one for American shale: Several pipeline projects--both those existing and in the works--took severe hits that will have a profound effect on the shale industry going forward, the severity of which cannot be overstated. The first hit was to Energy Transfer Partners’ already in service Dakota Access Pipeline, which a federal judge ordered must be emptied and shut by August 5. So far, ETP is conducting business as usual despite the order and has promised to appeal the decision. But this significant ruling will surely disrupt…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 12:00
1. The oil market’s massive inventory problem- Oil inventories increased in the second quarter at a rate of nearly 1.8 mb/d, more than four times the ten-year average, according to Standard Chartered. - Inventories typically increase in the second quarter, but this was the largest build since data collection began in 1956. - The oil market has technically flipped into a deficit, although at a much lower base. Instead of a 100 mb/d market, supply is right around 88 mb/d and demand at 89 mb/d, rebalancing at a lower level. - If sustained, the…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 12:00
Back in May, I wrote a piece here recommending buying fuel cell stocks, specifically FCEL and BLDP. My logic then was that, while the market hunger for risk made no sense to me given the trajectory of the coronavirus news and the state of the economy, traders should always deal with what is, not what they think they should be. On that basis, I said, it wouldn’t be long before the old favorite speculative stocks, the fuel cells, took off. Here’s what has happened since… As you can see, BLDP has been a consistent climber, while…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 11:30
Global oil demand is set to crash by 7.9 million barrels per day (bpd) this year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Friday, but this forecast is slightly more optimistic than last month’s expectation of an 8.1-million-bpd demand drop. The IEA, however, noted that the recent rise in COVID-19 cases and the reinstating of partial lockdowns in some countries continue to weigh with uncertainty on the world’s global oil demand in 2020. This year, the world is expected to consume an average of 92.1 million bpd of oil, compared…
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 10:30
Shell is idling a unit at the Deer Park, Texas, refinery for several months due to low demand for fuels, sources familiar with the refinery’s operations told Reuters. The 318,000-barrels-per-day refinery operates under a 50-50 joint venture set up in 1993 between Shell and Mexico’s state oil firm Pemex. The refinery is now idling the sulfur recovery unit (SRU) due to the depressed demand, while currently, the facility operates at around 75 percent of its capacity, according to Reuters’ sources. …
OilPrice.com 07/10/2020 10:00
The current oil crisis will severely depress investments in new oil production, setting the stage for oil prices hitting $100 or even $150 a barrel over the next five years, several analysts told The Wall Street Journal. Analysts are basically divided into two camps – the ones predicting high oil prices because of the pandemic and the resulting severe underinvestment in new oilfields, and the ones saying that life in the new normal will mean that demand may never return to pre-COVID-19 levels. In the bulls’ camp, Trevor Woods,…
OilPrice.com 07/09/2020 19:00
Last month, OPEC and its non-OPEC allies, known as OPEC+, agreed to extend their deep production cuts through July in an effort to rebalance oversupplied markets in the face of pandemic-hit demand. The cuts were supposed to take ~10% off the markets with July's cut clocking in at 9.6 million bpd. But now there are signs that the pendulum could have swung a bit too far, with the markets beginning to experience shortages of key crude grades. There are growing signs that the markets are undersupplied with Urals and Arab Light thanks…
OilPrice.com 07/09/2020 18:00
As oil markets are slowly recovering from the oil price bust in April, big oil is facing a set of new challenges in the next couple of years. The Covid-19 pandemic has simply magnified what was already plaguing the industry before the downturn. Eyeing the future, the oil majors have made bets on other sectors, such as petrochemicals, but even a long-term bet on plastic is not looking quite as good as it once did. For years, the largest integrated oil companies soothed shareholders with hefty dividend payouts. But they have had to pile on debt in…
OilPrice.com 07/09/2020 17:30
Just as the pandemic has had an considerable impact on the global economy, travel restrictions and the suspension of industrial activities have led to an unprecedented drop in global emissions. According to data from the Helsinki-based Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS), by the first week of April daily carbon emissions had fallen by 17% against mean 2019 levels, with some countries experiencing a 26% fall in CO2 output. The fall was the sharpest on record, with global emissions dipping back to 2006 levels. This was…

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