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“Overall, there’s concern on the demand outlook and how quickly we’re going to recover,”

Yahoo Finance, March 30, 2021

“We’re recovering some of the sell-off that we’ve had in the past week,” as “hopes of the economic recovery are renewed,”

mint, March 24, 2021

“We all know the OPEC return to production is looming over the market pretty strongly,”

Wold Oil, February 28, 2021

“The market is looking toward more normal inventories heading into the summer, if we don’t see a flooding of markets.”

Financial Post, February 25, 2021

“Looking forward in the market, we’re seeing a significant backwardation, which signals that there is an anticipation of an easing of virus restrictions coming.”

Ship&Bunker, February 25, 2021

The market largely expects Saudi Arabia to roll some of the output cuts back, “but how much they try and bring back is the question mark we’re all waiting for,”

Yahoo Finance, February 19, 2021

“There’s a lot of reduced demand, creating pressure on nearer-term contracts,”

Yahoo Finance, February 16, 2021

“Crude has shown some really strong gains,”

Bloomberg, February 10, 2021

“There’s hope around the vaccine rollouts at the same time we’re seeing a lot from the majors and international players about cutting back on production,”, February 02, 2021

“That’s going to hopefully provide enough economic relief to keep petroleum demand elevated.”

RIGZONE, January 07, 2021

“The market is pretty much in balance, and an extra half a million barrels a day is just enough to tip it toward oversupply,”

ENERGYVOICE, January 05, 2021

“We are seeing strength in the oil market on the back of progress with the U.S. stimulus package,”

Reuters, December 28, 2020

“There is uncertainty around petroleum demand due to a resurgence of the virus,”

Yahoo Finance!, December 21, 2020

“Stimulus is a big driver,”

Beaumont Enterprise, December 17, 2020

“After the feeding frenzy yesterday, everyone’s just taking a breath,”

Bloomberg, December 11, 2020

“We may end winter with very strong gas inventories.”

Yahoo Finance, December 08, 2020

“These are minor increases in production, they’re not rolling back the entire cut,”

Bloomberg, December 03, 2020

“There’s the overhanging doom and gloom of a COVID resurgence and growing concerns about a long-term impact on jet fuel demand,”

BNN Bloomberg, November 17, 2020

“There was a little bit of excess buying pressure, which pushed us ahead of where the fundamentals supported us, so we only partially held the gains,”

Reuters, November 15, 2020

“OPEC seems to be hinting that not only will they ease back the cuts, but they may even increase them,”

mrt, November 12, 2020

Uneven global demand and a looming U.S. election is “creating overall uncertainty,”

World Oil, November 02, 2020

“There’s a little bit of production shut in that’s expected from Zeta, but realistically, we’re dead-cat bouncing off yesterday’s decline and holding onto what we can,”

ENERGY VOICE, October 28, 2020

”As we near a stimulus package, it sends a positive sign that the U.S. economy will continue to recover and U.S. domestic consumption of petroleum products will continue,”

Report Door, October 22, 2020

“However, U.S. labor market data is providing “more fuel for the fire of a sour economic outlook,”

Energy Voice, October 16, 2020

“If there are further restrictions or new restrictions put in place in Europe or here in the U.S., then that further decreases travel demand for petroleum.”

Yahoo Finance, October 15, 2020
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