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“If economic activity continues to strengthen, that subsequently will lead to higher demand, and that’s going to be supportive for the market,”

Bloomberg, August 03, 2020

“The market’s indicating that it wants to see if the extra supply just ends up going into inventory or are we going to see signs of demand recovery,”

Transport Topics, July 31, 2020

“The market is now watching U.S. producers and OPEC+ consider plans to ramp up while demand isn’t returning the way we thought it would a few weeks ago…the supply demand balance could get out of whack”

Reuters, July 30, 2020

“It seems as if the response to a greater than 10-million-barrel draw isn’t very strong, which shows the market’s concerns going forward about supply,”

Yahoo! Finance, July 29, 2020

CREC Magnet Schools stabilize energy budgets and reduce costs by almost $1 million

American City & County, July 27, 2020

“We had that big EU package earlier this week but there is still a lot of uncertainty about what [the US] is going to do,”

Platts, July 23, 2020

“We have a huge amount of oil around the world in inventory that’s going to have to be eaten through,”

Investing.com, July 23, 2020

“The idea that things are going to continue to recover, demand is going to push back to pre-pandemic levels and there’s going to be enough supply off the market to keep tightening the picture, is where the buying is coming from,”

Bloomberg, July 21, 2020

“We have record amounts of oil and fuel in storage and still uncertainty about demand going forward.”

Ship&Bunker, June 26, 2020

“Part of the rebound here is the idea that all the stimulus measures that central banks and the world’s governments are pumping into the economy is going to have a positive impact on economic activity and that it will be supportive to demand,”

CNBC, June 25, 2020

“We have more than doubled in prices in just two months,”

Yahoo Finance, June 23, 2020

“Even though there seems to be more worries about COVID, the market seems to move higher on the expectations that things are getting back to normal.”

Ship&Bunker, June 22, 2020

“The reopening of U.S. states and countries around the world following business closures and stay-at-home orders caused by the novel coronavirus, also helped oil rally,”

Reuters, June 21, 2020

“Today’s slide seems to be related to the build we saw in crude stockpiles and ongoing worries about demand due to the coronavirus,”

Reuters, June 16, 2020

“The reality is we have glut levels of global fuel inventories,”

Reuters, June 11, 2020

“We are still pumping at a near-record level and production hasn’t been affected by the rig count yet,”

Stocks Newswire, June 05, 2020

“The rally still has its legs on it but if there’s any deviation in any factors like demand returning or production being reduced, given how high global supply is, that could still change,”

Reuters, May 28, 2020

“The market has pushed up pretty bullishly over the past few weeks, but I see product builds in this report that can take away a little bit of the bullish direction,”

Reuters, May 20, 2020

“We need to see more signs that rebalancing is taking place, primarily through more demand,”

Reuters, May 19, 2020

“The expectation, as we see these restriction measures pull back, is we’ll see demand return to more of a normal level,”

Yahoo Finance, May 15, 2020

“The pretty desperate picture we’ve seen because of the drop in demand, maybe we are seeing signs it’s beginning to thaw,”

Reuters, May 13, 2020

“The idea that the Saudis and Kuwaitis and the UAE said that they’re going to enact deeper cuts than they initially agreed upon is helping the market find support,”

Reuters, May 11, 2020

“Middletown has achieved what more and more municipalities are learning: you can have it all – both meet your renewable energy goals and reduce your costs,”

centraljersey.com, May 08, 2020

“The market continues to price in the idea that things are improving;”

Ship&Bunker, May 04, 2020

“We need some real hard bullish numbers to backstop these gains, and so far I haven’t seen those,”

Yahoo Finance, May 04, 2020
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