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“Helped support the idea that the Fed will cut rates soon,”

Market Watch, July 11, 2024

“The data pulled the U.S. dollar index lower and that should support oil prices,”

Yahoo! Finance , July 11, 2024

“There’s not a lot of fundamentals behind it, it’s on speculation around fundamentals,”

Barron's, June 19, 2024

“US natural gas futures could soar to $4 per million British thermal units later this year if hot weather boosts air-conditioning use enough to erode inventories that are currently plentiful,”

Financial Advisor, May 30, 2024

“Frequent revisions to the weather outlooks for the balance of the month have caused some significant swings in gas demand outlooks,”

The Wall Street Journal, June 11, 2024

“Extreme Weather and Red Sea Crisis Trigger Commodities Rally,”

Yahoo Finance , June 02, 2024

“Oil prices attempt to snap 3-day losing streak,”

MSN, May 23, 2024

“The energy consulting market size is expected to see steady growth in the next few years,”

Open PR, May 21, 2024

“Not the swing supply that will move the market and our demands are more predictable.”

Market Watch, May 23, 2024

“Inflation fears have played a role in U.S. gasoline demand sliding in early 2024 as consumers consider ways to cut their spending in anticipation of rising costs in other household goods,”

Market Watch, May 23, 2024

“Oil prices dip on profit taking after last week’s rally,”

Reuters, May 16, 2024

“Oil settles lower after dollar strengthens, rising U.S. output,”

Yahoo!, May 20, 2024

“We continue to see a very supply-heavy supply demand balance, which is why prices will remain depressed,”

Boe Report, April 26, 2024

“The weather forecast overnight continued to show a mild weather pattern, which is not favorable for any type of a rally in the natgas market,”

Hellenic Shipping News, April 23, 2024

Overall, oil prices should “remain elevated until a more widespread easing of tensions in the region takes hold,” or if OPEC+, made up of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, “decides to bring more barrels into supply,”

MORNINGSTAR, April 22, 2024

Oil hasn’t really rallied because there “hasn’t been any increased risk to high production countries in the region” with Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Iraq staying out of the fray,”

MORNINGSTAR, April 19, 2024

“It looks like there were some lingering longs that waited too long to get out,”

Barron's, March 27, 2024

“Cash gas is getting crushed and with the high storage levels, so are the front few months as we anticipate very limited injection demand to start spring,”

The Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2024

“We continue to see gas range bound and the likely injection to be reported tomorrow has pulled any momentum out of the markets,”

The Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2024

“We think overall gas demand for the remainder of March will be relatively tepid. We just have a super mild winter and now we’re sitting here with more gas in storage than we normally would at this time of year,”

Boe Report, March 15, 2024

“That is painting a picture for tighter supply later in the year,”

MarketWatch, March 14, 2024

“Which is giving traders pause on just how bullish things can get despite the OPEC+ cuts and the potential for both Iranian and Venezuelan barrels to flow in the near future,”

MSN, March 08, 2024

“That indicates to many that job certainty is down and that can manifest in less likelihood to take vacations and travel, which in turn indicates lower petroleum demands in the U.S.,”

MarketWatch, March 08, 2024

“Gas is struggling to find it’s legs as weather bearishness persists, but LNG feedgas is ramping back up so that should give us a bit of support,”

The Wall Street Journal, March 06, 2024

“The EQT announcement stands out because the timeline of the cuts is significantly different than others,”

Reuters, March 04, 2024

“Negative news experienced most of the winter, with low demand, (having) run its course at this point,”

Yahoo! Finance, February 26, 2024

“We are keeping a close eye on matching or similar production-reduction comments from the other majors,”

The Wall Street Journal, February 21, 2024

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Supply Chain Management Review , February 01, 2024

“Many Asian buyers have offtake positions with US LNG terminals in the Gulf of Mexico, but because of the drought in Panama, shippers are forced to go all the way around either South America or Africa to deliver,”

MONTEL, January 31, 2024

“Currently we are seeing a premium of around $10 a barrel when it should really just be $3 or $4 based on true petroleum demand fundamentals,”


“Currently we are seeing a premium of around $10 a barrel when it should really just be $3 or $4 based on true petroleum demand fundamentals,”

Reuters, January 29, 2024

“Some weather outlooks for the start of February shifted significantly cooler over the past 24 hours, leading to some short-covering,”

The Wall Street Journal, January 24, 2024

“Everett was a key resource providing additional gas supplies to New England during extreme cold,”

Yahoo!Finance, January 06, 2024

“We are seeing bulls push the market on weather outlooks shifting cooler for the middle of January,”

The Wall Street Journal, January 03, 2024

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and OPEC+ member Russia are taking more of a price-over-volume line, “and that really is difficult for some of the smaller nations to swallow given their cash situations compared with the kingdom,”

MarketScreener, December 21, 2023

“Mostly its the weather, that’s helping prices as we’ve seen some cold in U.S. maps creeping in, which is eroding some of the bearish sentiments,”

Yahoo! Finance, December 28, 2023

“We’re seeing a little bit of weather-based demand creeping onto the maps…There is more hope for the natural gas markets as we continue to see strong exports as the LNG terminals are consuming roughly 15 billion cubic feet a day and that’s going to continue,”

Yahoo! Finance, December 18, 2023

“Weather was sort of mixed, which is helping the market that was oversold…”

Yahoo! Finance, December 14, 2023

“Russia is the wild card in the OPEC+ group right now, because it really needs the cash,”

Barron's, November 28, 2023

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“Price erosion was due to the extraordinarily mild winter weather”

MarketWatch, October 31, 2023

Natural gas markets rise “as LNG feed gas inches to new record levels and the weather driven sell-off of the past few days runs out of steam,”

The Wall Street Journal, October 18, 2023

“Reduced flows from LNG feed due to maintenance were offset by some overall elevated domestic natural gas consumption,”

Yahoo! Finance, September 26, 2023

“We aren’t seeing a strong influence from Australian strikes anymore,”

Reuters, September 15, 2023

“The Australian strike threat was more of a concern for markets when there was the potential for a full work stoppage at all facilities there,”

MarketWatch, August 29, 2023

Although the weather in the lower 48 states is forecast to remain hotter than normal through at least Aug. 31, it will be significantly milder during that period

Yahoo! Finance, August 16, 2023

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Lake County Gazette, August 04, 2023

“Warmer than normal temperatures in the densely populated states, continued heat in Texas, and indications that LNG export facilities are ramping up in anticipation of higher winter demand – are all providing a more stable and supportive market for prices,”

Yahoo! Finance, August 08, 2023

“Yes, we have hotter weather potentially coming in the next two weeks, but power sector demand for gas remains manageable,”

MarketWatch, July 20, 2023

“We’re seeing support in the natural gas markets from some heat on the maps coming back to Texas next week,”

Yahoo! Finance, July 05, 2023

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OMNIA Partners, June 28, 2023

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OMNIA Partners, June 19, 2023

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Chicago City Wire, June 16, 2023

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KaleidoScot, June 07, 2023

Prices were rising “on a continued evolution of the weather outlooks for increasing gas demand from the power sector over the next three weeks,”

Yahoo Finance!, June 07, 2023

“It’s become dangerously big.”

ZeroHedge, June 09, 2023

“It’s just momentum coming out of Friday’s gas drilling report, which shows low levels of gas drilling rigs in key basins like the Eagle Ford, Marcellus and for Haynesville in over a year,”

Yahoo Finance!, May 15, 2023

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“The amount of Canadian natural gas production curtailed by wildfires was less than 1 billion cubic feet a day on Wednesday”

Yahoo Finance!, May 10, 2023

“There’s a lot of fundamental and technical support around the $2.00 mark so any positive news coming out of the weather outlooks which shifted slightly cooler and we’re up,”

Business Recorder, April 16, 2023

“Weather-related demand in the near term remains low,”

Yahoo Finance!, April 14, 2023

“This morning we are seeing some short covering, which is helping prices,”

Yahoo Finance!, April 11, 2023

“We don’t expect to have the same summer heat that we had last year, but we certainly think there will be enough heat to support cooling demand and power sector demand for gas, which is well above normal.”

Reuters, April 10, 2023

“We’re seeing a combination of weather softening and lower feed gas into some of the LNG plants, which basically has us in a more surplus environment than we were just a few days ago,”

Yahoo Finance!, March 27, 2023

“The weather outlook for later in March has shifted from colder-than-normal along the eastern seaboard to slightly warmer-than-normal, reducing the expectation of late season heating demand,”

Reuters, March 18, 2023

“We are seeing support in US gas markets this week from a combination of shifts cooler on weather outlooks, confirmation of 2 (LNG) trains at Freeport restarting and some early announcements that drillers are cutting back on plans for 2023,”

Yahoo, February 24, 2023

The latest revisions to the weather forecast were “absolutely brutal”

Bloomberg, January 25, 2023

“Realistically an SPR release is near-term bearish, long-term bullish because eventually you’re going to have to buy it back,”

Reuters, October 20, 2022

“Globally, we’re feeling better about ourselves and about the natural gas storage levels that we have now,”

Bloomberg, October 14, 2022

“According to the NEADA, the average cost of home heating this winter is estimated to increase to $1,202 from $1,025 last year. This would mark the second straight year of major price increases. Much of the problem can be traced to a shortage of fuel supplies due to the Russia-Ukraine war,”

Yahoo!, October 16, 2022

“There’s now an imbalance between our supply and demand,”

NBC News, September 22, 2022

“We’ve seen a lot of money get pulled out of the US markets,”

BNN Bloomberg, September 06, 2022

“This is a manifestation of what Caiso warned folks about back in May, that unless they see voluntary curtailments the grid could become unstable during certain periods of high demand,”

Yahoo! news, August 31, 2022

“Figuring out exactly when to stop pulling power from the grid to win the transmission fee reduction can require a bit of game theory”.

Bloomberg, August 16, 2022

“You’re just sort of feeding gasoline into the fire, which drives the bulls,”

Bloomberg, August 18, 2022

“We’ve seen U.S. production inch upwards, we’re seeing refinery runs and maintenance going on improving a little bit, plus we’ve seen people trim back a little bit,”

Detroit News 4, July 18, 2022

“I don’t think most of America understands how bad this problem with natural gas is,”

BNN Bloomberg, July 11, 2022

“We’re not seeing any elasticity in refined products demand,”

Reuters, May 25, 2022

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“There is no certainty if we will have enough diesel fuel as the demand to make diesel and jet fuel was in such a low demand during the pandemic.”

Detroit News 4, May 23, 2022

In Texas, the grid “is still at risk”

FINANCIAL POST, May 22, 2022

“On the refinery earnings calls, they’re talking about making sure they run at full steam’

Reuters, May 10, 2022

“The market was up so strong before the announcement I think (the Fed) was a foregone conclusion,”

CNBC, May 04, 2022

“There are real concerns about whether Chinese demand, which is a huge factor in global demand, will remain strong in 2022

Reuters, May 03, 2022

“Under worse circumstances, we could see the need for rolling brownouts and blackouts in Southern California,”

Yahoo! Finance, April 28, 2022

Gary Cunningham, Director of Market Research for Tradition Energy, talks with Guy Gordon about a report that we could see more power shortages this summer in Michigan.

760 AM WJR - The Guy Gordon Show, April 27, 2022

“This time we’ve had even more retirements of old generators, and we’re not building enough new ones. The ones that we are building, to be candid, the intermittent wind and solar, are not always there when we need them,”

Detroit News 4, April 26, 2022

“It’s scary, but that’s where we’re at,”

Bloomberg Quint, April 19, 2022

“This market mostly appears to be reacting around the Fed comments and the EIA storage report,”

Reuters, April 06, 2022

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Digital Journal, March 09, 2022

“We feel like this might be a little overbought at this moment…”

Reuters, March 08, 2022

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Detroit News 4, March 08, 2022

“We’ve had a reasonable pullback on profit-taking more than anything, but still $80 for WTI is a strong number,”

OIL & GAS 360, February 24, 2022

“We have growing global demand and we’re not really ramping up supply to meet it.”

Ship&Bunker, February 04, 2022

“The tensions around the Ukraine conflict are providing support, and we have growing global demand and we’re not really ramping up supply to meet it,”

Reuters, February 03, 2022

“This is absolutely insane,”

Bloomberg, January 27, 2022

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American City & County, January 27, 2022

“As more information comes out about potential lockdowns or travel restrictions as a result of Omicron we could see a pullback from here,”

Reuters, December 15, 2021

“The market was oversold as a knee-jerk reaction to Omicron and its potential spread and impact on travel restrictions,”

Reuters, December 07, 2021

“The widows of the market are those who went along expecting a really strong winter demand,”

World Oil, December 06, 2021

“The demand side also supports higher prices,”

Seeking Alpha, November 05, 2021

“We’ve had a reasonable pullback on profit-taking more than anything, but still $80 for (WTI) is a strong number,”

Reuters, October 27, 2021

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Business Wire, October 28, 2021

“We really think this is sort of overdone on the market right now,”

Yahoo!, October 25, 2021

“We saw some profit taking as oil had run up significantly,”

Reuters, October 06, 2021

“I think there will be some profit-taking but we are going into winter with very high natural gas prices,”

Reuters, October 05, 2021

“We’ve had a lot more spec buyers coming in,”

Bloomberg, September 28, 2021

“The natural gas run is a combination of expected production impacts from the storm, but more so about the much lower than normal storage injection which has really added to fears of start of winter storage levels being as low as 3.5 trillion cubic feet,”

MarketWatch, August 26, 2021

“Concerns are easing that we will not see a global shutdown due to the Delta variant”

Financial World, August 25, 2021

“There are serious concerns about whether or not the global economies will hit a hiccup as a result of additional Covid variants,”

RIGZONE, July 27, 2021

“The larger than anticipated draw on inventories of both crude and refined products gave us some support and will help keep WTI above $70, despite concerns over renewed COVID-19 economic impacts and lagging global demands,”

Market Watch, July 28, 2021

“Natural gas has found strength not only from below-normal levels of storage, but also pipeline issues that limited production recently,”

Barron's, July 15, 2021

“The price at the pump for U.S. consumers as we enter summer travel season, we’re in the middle of it now, is a real inhibitor,”

Yahoo Finance, July 02, 2021

“Just the rumors that OPEC+ will consider adding additional production is enough to pull us back from the $75 mark,”

RIGZONE, June 22, 2021

“Prices have had a good run as we’ve see some demand recover,”

BloombergQuint, June 09, 2021

“Demands are so far above normal”

Bloomberg, June 07, 2021

“The market has found resistance,”

Yahoo Finance, June 07, 2021

“It doesn’t look we’re getting those Iranian barrels coming back as quickly as the market thought we would.”

Bloomberg, May 24, 2021

“The news from Europe on the outlook toward reopening is providing a good sense of optimism for global demand continuing to rise,”

RIGZONE, May 04, 2021

“Eyes are on global demand,”

RIGZONE, April 29, 2021

“India poses a significant risk to the global recovery, especially as more information comes out as to how widespread the virus is there,”

Yahoo Finance, April 26, 2021

“U.S. demand seems to be healthy, and that’s giving us support,”

Yahoo Finance, April 19, 2021

“The concerns over economic recovery are just too strong for a sustained push higher at this point,”

RIGZONE, April 12, 2021

“Until we start to see some jet fuel demand come back, Asian demand pick up and European countries ease restrictions, prices may not surge much higher in the near term”.

Ship&Bunker, April 09, 2021

“We’re toward the lower end of the range on concerns over the global economic recovery,”

mint, April 10, 2021

“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

“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

“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

“Crude has shown some really strong gains,”

Bloomberg, February 10, 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

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

Wold Oil, February 28, 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

“Stimulus is a big driver,”

Beaumont Enterprise, December 17, 2020

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

Yahoo Finance!, December 21, 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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“If the strike lasted into next week or even beyond, that would mean a significant additional amount of platforms and fields that were impacted by the strike,”

FINANCIAL POST, October 09, 2020

“A dime comes easy in the natural gas market these days,”

Bloomberg, October 05, 2020

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WBAP, September 29, 2020

“We’re looking for a much softer market,”

Reuters, September 20, 2020

“We’re seeing more depressing news on jet fuel demand,”

CNBC, September 21, 2020

“Oil recovered from an oversell Tuesday…

Bloomberg, September 09, 2020

“The economy isn’t in as bad a shape as thought…

Ship and Bunker, September 09, 2020

“refineries are not really in a rush to come back into service after Laura…

World Oil, September 04, 2020

“As we’re seeing a little bit more economic recovery and especially as we see easing of some travel restrictions, we expect people to increase their petroleum demand,”

Yahoo Finance, September 01, 2020

“Now there’s doubt coming out on the stimulus package and the Russian news as well,”

Brinkwire, August 24, 2020

“a general feeling that the economic times aren’t as bad as originally anticipated,”

Bloomberg, August 17, 2020

“The U.S. Congress can’t seem to come up with a plan for the next round of stimulus and it’s creating doubt for U.S. economic recovery,”

CNBC, August 07, 2020

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American City & County, July 27, 2020

“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 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

“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

“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

“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,”, 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

“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

“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

“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

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

Reuters, May 19, 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

“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 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 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

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

Yahoo Finance, May 04, 2020

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

Ship&Bunker, May 04, 2020

“the expectation that the OPEC+ production cuts were going to start ramping up, that we continue to see signs that oil producers are going to be cutting their drilling activity, that we are going to see supplies tighten in the coming months,”

Bloomberg, May 01, 2020

“What stood out is the gasoline stockpiles – the market is taking heart from that,”

Reuters, April 29, 2020

“As long as we see openings in the economy, we will not see plunges like we saw a week ago”,

Stock News Press, April 30, 2020

“The relatively modest declines in front-month Brent prices means “this is obviously a problem with spot market and WTI,”

Platts, April 20, 2020

“Until we see some type of resolution to the idea of how much demand is being destroyed by the Covid crisis, rallies will be short-lived,”

Bloomberg, April 23, 2020

“The market continues to signal its unease with idea that the record production cut is enough to offset the destruction in demand from quarantine measures,”

Platts, April 14, 2020

“Yeah, OPEC is saying it’ll get almost 10 million barrels cut a day but the market is saying ‘not so fast!”

Yahoo Finance, April 13, 2020

“The market is indicating that it wants some more certainty on whether the Russians and Saudis will strike a deal to limit supply,”

CNBC, April 07, 2020

“It’s taken a couple of weeks of Brent at $25 and WTI at $20 and it seems as if the Russians are more approachable than they were a month ago,”

Reuters, April 02, 2020

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BNN Bloomberg, April 01, 2020

“Global inventories will be chock full by mid-May. I think the market can continue to decline further,”

CNBC, April 01, 2020

“In the coming weeks we will see how the lock-ins will affect demand,”

Reuters, March 25, 2020

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Ship&Bunker, March 18, 2020

“The market is cascading. It’s trying to search for a bottom and it doesn’t seem able to find one,”

Reuters, March 17, 2020

“What you continue to see is refinery utilization rates are low, accounting for product draws and crude builds. Gasoline demand is still pretty strong and distillate demand is still pretty strong,”

Reuters, March 11, 2020

“Right now, it seems demand destruction really has the market in its hold.”

Platts, February 25, 2020

“I think the fear of demand destruction continues to really have the market by its throat,”

Reuters, February 03, 2020

“Fear seems to be the main theme of the market,”

Platts, January 31, 2020

“Over the last week prices have dropped,”

Reuters , January 29, 2020

“The market continues to retreat under demand concerns and shake off the rally after the OPEC production cuts,”

Reuters , January 22, 2020

“I’m a little hesitant to say worries about epidemic in China is the main driver,”

Platts, January 22, 2020

“The market is now actively trying to stabilize after the U.S.-Iran crisis,”

Bloomberg, January 08, 2020

“The way the market gives a geopolitical risk premium and then takes it right back indicates that the market fundamentally isn’t very strong,”

Reuters , January 08, 2020

“Because there is no immediate supply disruption, some geopolitical risk priced into the marketafter the attack on those two bases came out right away,”

Platts, January 08, 2020

“We need to see real signs of economic growth.“

Houston Chronicle, January 02, 2020

“The end of the year finished pretty strongly, but we are definitely getting to levels where some of the market rally is going to meet stronger resistance,”

Platts, December 31, 2019

“Unless we get real granularity, the uncertainty around what’s happening on the trade front will start to add more resistance.”

Reuters, December 19, 2019

“Now that the producers announced a production cut last week, the market is holding just below three-month highs,”

CNBC, December 10, 2019

“For the market to push even higher, the key element is the signing of a trade agreement”

Bloomberg, December 10, 2019

“It’s tough to draw a firm conclusion from the latest that came out,”

Yahoo Finance, December 12, 2019

“The market seems to have stalled. There’s uncertainty around fuel demand growth because of the world trade crisis,”

Reuters, December 10, 2019

“The main support for prices is the idea that if we get an easing in the trade war, the fear of slowing conditions and the impact on oil and fuel demand growth will be taken out of the market,”

CNBC, November 26, 2019

“We’ve had an early start to winter, but I think we are going to start returning to more normal temperatures for this time of year. Those warmer temperatures could keep us below $2.60 for as long as the weather holds,”

Platts, November 18, 2019

“The most important factor is economic growth and demand growth and the trade talks are going to be the indicator for expectations about how that’s going to play out,”

Bloomberg, November 15, 2019

“They’ve been telling us that for the past three weeks,”

Platts, November 15, 2019

“We might see more new length in the market because of the economic improvement from a potential trade deal,”

Bloomberg, November 08, 2019

“We’re seeing some wind in the sails from the Chinese trade situation which over time will provide some sentiment around demand growth,”

Platts, November 07, 2019

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Yahoo, November 05, 2019

“As the day went on we are getting the same opaqueness about what’s actually occurring in the trade talks,”

Bloomberg, November 04, 2019

“The trade issue has been overhanging on the market for quite some time,”

Bloomberg, November 01, 2019

“The market has been driven lower this week on fears of slowing demand growth because of uncertainty regarding U.S.-China trade relations and a sizeable expected build in crude stocks,”

CNBC, November 01, 2019

The EIA’s report “has put some buyers in the market, but it will be interesting to see if it lasts. While this will distract from demand destruction, the market will eventually come back to it,”

CNBC, October 23, 2019

“The driving point behind the market has been ‘demand destruction’,”

MSN, October 21, 2019

“You did see the OPEC secretary general say OPEC could act to keep the market stable,”

Financial World, October 18, 2019

“If we see more indications of slowing demand, I think the market is going to continue to sink lower,”

Reuters , October 16, 2019

“You did see the OPEC secretary general say OPEC could act to keep the market stable, and if we come back under pressure again we might see that again,”

CNBC, October 16, 2019

“The restoration of Saudi oil and demand destruction fears have the market in its grips today and today’s build in U.S. crude stocks doesn’t help that,”

Yahoo Finance, October 02, 2019

“I think you’re continuing to get signs that demand growth is the primary drag on the market, with the disappointing manufacturing number that came out yesterday,”

Reuters, October 01, 2019

“The market has been under significant pressure with the restoration of Saudi production levels and oil demand growth concerns,”

Platts, October 01, 2019

“The market seems to be really focused on the bearish factors,” such as “slowing economic growth,”

Platts, September 30, 2019

The “Saudis seem to be getting their output back on track,”

Bloomberg, September 24, 2019

“Gains this week are dependent on promises that the Saudis have made,”

Bloomberg, September 20, 2019

“The Saudi oil industry could be threatened again and we could see more supply disruption from the Persian Gulf,”

Reuters, September 18, 2019

“The market is still in a pattern hemmed in by worries about slowing demand growth,”

Platts, September 11, 2019

“Even with the announcement that they’re going to restart trade talks, there’s still uncertainty regarding that issue and fears of slowing demand growth, which is basically keeping the market from pushing higher,”

Reuters , September 04, 2019

“There is the specter of diminished global demand at a time when U.S. production is still strong,”

Bloomberg, September 04, 2019

“More importantly, there appears to be a two-way battle being waged in the market, causing prices to get stuck,”

Yahoo Finance, August 29, 2019

“Media reports that China will not retaliate anytime soon against the United States because of new U.S. tariffs,”

Nasdaq, August 29, 2019

“[The tariff] continues to keep focus on worries that trade issues will impact global demand,”

Platts, August 23, 2019

“Over the past few weeks, the primary factor driving prices is demand growth concerns,”

Platts, August 14, 2019

“Oil prices, after dropping (around) 15% over the past month of trading to seven-month lows last week appear to have stabilized,”

MarketWatch, August 12, 2019

“The market seems to be slowly shifting focus from trade and all the demand concerns and now it’s beginning to balance those fears,”

Bloomberg, August 11, 2019

Oil was “vulnerable for a correction,”

Bloomberg, August 09, 2019

“The market continues to trade lower on concerns about demand growth and the idea that economic growth can be impacted by the trade war,”

Business Recorder, August 08, 2019

“If that’s an indication that international demand for US oil is dropping off because there is enough supply, that points to concerns of demand growth slowing,”

Platts, August 07, 2019

“The market continues to trade lower on concerns about demand growth and the idea that economic growth can be impacted by the trade war,”

Reuters , August 06, 2019

“I’ve always thought the distillate contract mirrors the economic expectations in the market, more so than even crude,”

Platts, August 05, 2019

“It’s pretty clear that the market is driving lower on the avalanche of gas being produced,”

Platts, August 05, 2019

The selloff “really points to [the] market’s underlying concern about issues of trade, global economic growth and demand,”

Platts, August 01, 2019

“There’s a battle in the market right now between those who think we’re going to see slowing economic conditions that will hit demand…and others [focused on] what’s going on in the Persian Gulf,”

Ship&Bunker, July 26, 2019

“Some of the selling pressure from demand concerns seems to have evaporated this week,”

Reuters , July 21, 2019

“The possibility of US-Iran rapprochement seems to be deflating geopolitical risk right now,”

Platts, July 16, 2019

“Other factors are combining to push oil prices higher, including tensions beween the U.S. and Iran.”

CNBC, July 10, 2019

“Tightened supplies have provided an undercurrent of support,”

CNBC, July 09, 2019

“Worries about what is going on in the Persian Gulf continue to put a bit of a bid into the market,”

Fox Business, July 08, 2019

“The worries about demand are starting to reassert themselves,”

Platts, July 02, 2019

Despite that optimism, prices slid 1.6% in New York on Friday. After U.S. futures reached a five-week high earlier this week,

Bloomberg, June 28, 2019

“If we don’t see OPEC extend its production agreement and the U.S. and China leave the G20 with more problems, this rally up to one-month highs could stop,”

Reuters, June 26, 2019

“That refinery plays a huge part in the gasoline market,”

Bloomberg, June 26, 2019

“The U.S.-China meeting on the side of G20 could signal further rapprochement on trade, but the market needs something it can sink it’s teeth into,”

Fox Business, June 25, 2019

“If you have an extended outage at that plant and throw in rising crude prices, gasoline is going to continue to push higher,”

Reuters, June 21, 2019

“Right now, this is a rumor-driven market,”

CNBC, June 18, 2019

“An announcement that a US-China resolution is in the works would really tamp down fears of slowing growth,”

Platts, June 18, 2019

“Worries about demand destruction are really driving prices lower,”

CNBC, June 06, 2019

“It’s pretty clear that demand concerns still have the market at its grip,”

Bloomberg, June 04, 2019

“Saudi Arabia seems to be in favor”

CNBC, May 28, 2019

“After a long run-up earlier this year, some investors may have closed out optimistic bets ahead of the Memorial Day holiday weekend in the U.S.,”

Bloomberg, May 23, 2019

“Again, we’re seeing the effect of worries about the trade issue on demand,”

Reuters, May 22, 2019

“Nothing substantial has gone out further, so the gain is leaking out of the market,”

CNBC, May 19, 2019

“But investors shifted their focus away from trade issues to the impact of Iran sanctions, as well as conflicts in Libya that threatened oil supplies,”

CNBC, May 10, 2019

“We’re waiting to see whether the Saudis signal their extension of the production cut,”

Reuters , May 10, 2019

Tradition Energy analyst Gene McGillian pointed to several other supportive factors bolstering prices, including US sanctions on Venezuela, and news that Saudi Arabia has been hinting at extending production cuts.

Platts, May 06, 2019

“Uncertainty about what eventually is going to happen with those sanctions is kind of keeping the market unnerved,”

Bloomberg, April 29, 2019

“I think it’s pretty clear that tightening supplies and receding fears of demand growth is a boost to the market to these five month highs,”

CNBC, April 18, 2019

“The expectation that the tightened supply picture is going to boost prices is starting to attract length into the market,”

Bloomberg, April 07, 2019

“The latest driver appears to be the idea that tightened supplies are going to create a stronger fundamental picture,”

Reuters, April 01, 2019

“Some of the weakness we saw earlier was related to the reawakening of concerns surrounding demand growth,”

Reuters , March 24, 2019

“The market basically seems to be stalling,”

Bloomberg, March 14, 2019

“WTI traded higher amid expectations of a tightened supply picture due to the continued deterioration of the Venezuelan oil industry,”

Platts, March 14, 2019

Oil’s future is also “highly dependent” on how the ongoing U.S.-China trade war plays out,

Bloomberg, March 11, 2019

“We’ve witnessed this week a rekindling of worries about demand growth,”

Reuters , March 07, 2019

“Concerns of weaker economic growth or demand growth may have sparked some profit-taking here,”

Platts, March 01, 2019

“After yesterday’s pullback, the market is trying to stabilize again,”

Reuters , February 25, 2019

“The market is now looking for its next driver,”

Bloomberg, February 25, 2019

“The market this week has pushed to three-month highs on expectations of tightened supplies,”

CNBC, February 20, 2019

“The market looked like it picked its head up when we pushed through yesterday’s highs,”

Bloomberg, February 19, 2019

“The market’s up almost entirely on the notion that we’ll get the China deal and all will be all good for oil after that,” , February 13, 2019

“OPEC’s overall production being down has refocused the market’s expectations around tightened supply,”

Bloomberg, February 11, 2019

“The correction is stalled, mainly on concerns about demand growth,”

CNBC, February 07, 2019

“The market tried to pick its head up again, but found little interest,”

Platts, February 05, 2019

“The market seems to be turning on renewed worries that there doesn’t seem to be a lot of progress on the U.S.-China trade talks,”

Nasdaq, February 04, 2019

“The trade war between Washington and Beijing weighed on futures as investor optimism waned that the two sides would soon end the months-long tariff fight that has damaged China’s economy.”

Nasdaq, January 28, 2019

“If February doesn’t turn out to be the coldest month of winter, justifying a plus $3 price is hard for the market,”

CNBC, January 28, 2019

The data “reawakened” concerns about demand, which “come at a time when we have more than enough supply,”

Nasdaq, January 22, 2019

“The market is consolidating. To see what our next driver is, we’re going to watch to see if the cuts are working, if the members that agreed to them are adhering to them,”

Nasdaq, January 16, 2019

“Some of the fears about the economic slowdown in 2019 seem to have ebbed away,”

CNBC, January 15, 2019

“Some of the strength that we’ve gotten from that seems to be coming out of the market,”

CNBC, January 10, 2019

“There was a lot of fear about excess supplies at the end of last year and the producers have started making good on their pledge to take 1.2 million bpd or more off this year,”, January 09, 2019

“Even with slowing demand growth concerns in Europe and China, there is still strong demand there – just the growth is slowing,”

Platts, January 03, 2019

“When inventories began rising, that started to help decrease the demand for imports,”

Reuters , January 03, 2019

“We’ve seen a couple of times where the market’s attempted to pick itself up and it seems the selling pressure always returns,”

Bloomberg, January 02, 2019

“Given the high levels of price volatility we’ve witnessed over the last month, a $2 daily move isn’t really anything other than signs we continue to have price volatility,”

Nasdaq, January 02, 2019

“We saw the market got hit really hard and we’ve had a couple of these strong bounces and they seem to be pretty short-lived,”

Bloomberg, December 27, 2018

“Whether we break below $40 on crude or head back towards $50 is going to depend very much in the near term on how the stock market behaves,”, December 27, 2018

“Volatility continues to be the key word in the market,”

Bloomberg, December 26, 2018

“It’s the combination of the uncertainty of whether the production cuts are enough and lingering doubts about demand growth,”

Morning Star, December 17, 2018

“The market has been under pressure now for two days,”

Platts, December 18, 2018

“It raises the question of whether the OPEC cut is going to be enough to ease pressure on the market,”

Bloomberg, December 11, 2018

“Now we’re starting to get uncertainty on both the trade and production cut fronts and the market is giving back those gains,”

CNBC, December 03, 2018

“This report does not paint a supportive picture for the market,”

Reuters, November 28, 2018

“The market continues to come under pressure due to worries of a supply glut and slowing global demand growth,”

CNBC, November 28, 2018

“It’s hard to get more bearish after this report after wewiped out more than 30 percent of our value in the last two months,”

Nasdaq, November 28, 2018

“Equity markets are cratering today and it is ratcheting up fears that there is a slow down in the global economy, “

Platts, November 20, 2018

“The market needs a steady drumbeat of negative pressure to move down further,”

Reuters , November 19, 2018

“The statements from Russia have turned the market’s attention back to worries about slowing demand growth and excess supply”

Bloomberg, November 19, 2018

“The March, April spread is blown out almost as much as the front month [futures contract],”

CNBC, November 14, 2018

“Maybe some of the fears of extra supplies and reduced demand have finally been priced into the market, but I wouldn’t say that a bottom has set in yet,”

Reuters , November 14, 2018

“The OPEC report is baking in a lot of expectations of slowing global activity,”

Platts, November 13, 2018

“Most of this selling pressure is related to the removal of fears concerning tight supplies from the drop in Iranian exports and the granting of those temporary waivers,”

World Oil, November 08, 2018

“The market is taking direction from the changing weather forecast,”

Platts, November 02, 2018

“It seems as though all the worries about tightening supplies due to the loss of Iranian barrels in the market have dried up,”

Reuters, November 01, 2018

“Continued builds in US crude supply last week and lowered demand growth expectations were further easing fears of a supply crunch in the near-term,”

Platts, November 01, 2018

“The sellers seem to be in charge,”

Reuters, October 31, 2018

“When the Russians start talking about keeping the production levels high and even the possibility that they need to increase it because of a possible tightness in supply, that brought on some selling pressure.”

CNBC, October 29, 2018

“We dropped precipitously on the idea global demand is going to slow,”

Nasdaq, October 25, 2018

“The severity of the drop is pretty striking, but in today’s trading world we have these kind of days a little more often.Now we have to wait and see if this continues to spiral out of control,”

Nasdaq, October 23, 2018

“The market seemed to come under pressure overnight on reassurances that Saudi Arabia will keep the market well-supplied,”

Platts, October 23, 2018

“There are growing concerns in the market about demand growth stalling and that you could see new barrels come into the market to replace Iranian crude starting in November,”

Bloomberg, October 19, 2018

“It seems as if things have kind of calmed down”

Bloomberg, October 18, 2018

“The real driver of this correction is concerns surrounding demand growth and trade issues,”

Reuters , October 18, 2018

“The market is stabilizing, we are seeing a bit of balance showing up between concerns of reduced global demand because of the potential for a weaker economy underpinned by trade issues affecting growth, balancing out tighter supplies and impact of US sanctions on Iran,”

Platts, October 16, 2018

“You’re going to get overnight temperatures falling into the 40s and some places into the 30s. Denver already had 20s. Besides the idea that storage levels are really low, we’ve gone from running air conditioning to turning on heaters,”

CNBC, October 15, 2018

“It seems that fears of demand growth slowing were over-exaggerated,”

Platts, October 15, 2018

“A correction seemed to be kind of coming and we finally witnessed it,”

Bloomberg, October 12, 2018

“Reports of US waivers for sanctions brought the market under selling pressure initially, but it doesn’t seem to have lasted,”

Platts, October 08, 2018

“If Genscape is right and we do have more oil then the drop in inventories we witnessed over the last year plus is coming to an end,”

Bloomberg, October 04, 2018

“I think we need to see weeks of these numbers to really wipe out worries about how tight supplies are,”

Reuters , October 03, 2018

“Keep in mind that we don’t see any signs of demand growth slowing. The US economy still seems to be doing well and global demand growth is still projected at 1 million-1.5 million barrels next year,”

Platts, October 02, 2018

“This is the market catching its breath,”

Reuters , October 02, 2018

“There is concern in the market that the loss of barrels from Iran and Venezuela is not going to be made up for through extra supplies from particularly Saudi Arabia and Russia,”

Bloomberg, September 28, 2018

“The market continues to move higher on fears that the loss of Iranian exports is not going to be made up,”

Reuters , September 27, 2018

“The market’s still being driven by concerns about Iranian and Venezuelan supply,”

Nasdaq, September 24, 2018

“The question is just how much oil is going to be taken off the market with U.S. sanctions on Iran,”

CNBC, September 21, 2018

“Prices are getting near-term support due to late summer cooling demand,”

Platts, September 18, 2018

“There were worries about whether it would affect the Colonial Pipeline which is a big product pipeline to the northeast,”

CNBC, September 10, 2018

Investors will be watching to see if “the Russians and the Saudis continue to put more oil on the market. That will basically negate some of the worries about tightening supply,”

Bloomberg, September 10, 2018

“The market is trying to balance the worries about decreased global demand growth and how much extra oil the Saudis and Russians are going to put on,”

Reuters , August 22, 2018

“The strength is really primarily from the weak dollar, and also you’re getting another week of expectations that you will see crude stocks drop,”

Bloomberg, August 21, 2018

“We’re seeing a bit of ratcheting up of worries about demand growth and that is underpinned by the tariff issues with China and whether we might be seeing signs of demand growth in Asia starting to come off a little,”

Bloomberg, August 15, 2018

“We do have a tighter fundamental picture right now than we had a year ago,”

Nasdaq, August 14, 2018

This shows Saudi Arabia is “not doing what they said,”

Platts, August 14, 2018

“The lack of price volatility since the spring has not been attractive to heavy trading,”

Reuters , August 10, 2018

“The market has tried to pick its head up over the past couple of weeks,”

Platts, August 08, 2018

“Reports that the Saudi output in July had dropped, seemed to catch a bid in the market,”

Bloomberg, August 06, 2018

“If you take a step back and look at where global inventories and U.S. inventories are, you’re seeing a tighter picture than where we were a year ago,”

Reuters , July 30, 2018

“After an 8 percent decline from multi-year highs, buyers returned to the market”

Reuters , July 23, 2018

“Attention is being focused on geopolitical tensions,particularly between U.S. and Iran,”

Nasdaq, July 23, 2018

“The increase in demand for exports and power generation is being balanced by the increase in production, which is outweighing any supply concerns that the market may have”

Platts, July 23, 2018

“We’re in the process of stabilizing,”

Bloomberg, July 23, 2018

“Because it’s driving season, you expect a lot of crude to go through refineries right now – so that’s why we were looking for a draw,”

CNBC, July 05, 2018

“There seems to be great uncertainty about how much oil will be added to the supply side of the market,”

Nasdaq, July 02, 2018

“It’s pretty clear that concern about supply going forward is helping to boost prices,”

Bloomberg, June 29, 2018

“The U.S. is continuing its decision to completely isolate Iran,”

CNBC, June 26, 2018

“There is a huge amount of gas coming out of the ground and there are expectations that production will remain strong in the next half of the year,”

Platts, June 25, 2018

“The market traded higher on expectations that the production increases could be less than the full 1.5 million bpd, at300,000 to 600,000 bpd, “

Nasdaq, June 18, 2018

“We saw a bit of a reversal after the inventory numbers came out,”

Bloomberg, June 13, 2018

“The market opened on a strong note, but this is not a weather-related push,”

Platts, June 11, 2018

“The question about production cuts is the hammer that really drove the market lower,”

Bloomberg, May 30, 2018

“The market kind of overextended itself, ”

Bloomberg, May 27, 2018

“We’re starting to see growing concerns that producers could cut back on their output cuts,”

Bloomberg, May 25, 2018

“The fundamental picture continues to show signs of tightening,”

Bloomberg, May 22, 2018

“Brent pushed past $80 a barrel last week for the first time since 2014, and the market may again try to clear that hurdle”

Reuters, May 20, 2018

“We are going to have reduced supplies from Iran in six months and Venezuela hasn’t shown that they can stop the drop in their supplies,”

Reuters, May 17, 2018

“The new pricing system is innovative because the traditional way to gather pricing involves multiple manual steps that are performed using email and phone calls,”

Commercial Property Executive , May 17, 2018

“I think we’re approaching such a significant geopolitical risk premium that both markets are vulnerable to turnaround if we get the right spark,”

Platts, May 17, 2018

“We rallied as the day went on,”

Reuters, May 14, 2018

“The concerns surrounding events unfolding in Israel and Syria, with Iran, put a little spark in the market, but we need to see further escalation to really drive it,”

Bloomberg, May 10, 2018

“Venezuela seemed to get support over the last year fromRussia and China. So now there’s the question of what kind ofdeal will they have to make in order to get even more support?”

Reuters, May 07, 2018

“The strength of the dollar is where the pressure is coming from,”

Rueters, April 30, 2018

“The dollar is again putting some selling pressure in the market and we’re also seeing expectations that we’ll see another week of rising U.S. crude oil inventories,”

Bloomberg, May 01, 2018

“The turnaround from yesterday seems to be the re-pricing of geopolitical risk, especially of the United States potentially pulling out from the Iranian nuclear agreement,”

Nasdaq, April 26, 2018

“The rally seems to be intact and is looking for the next spark to push it higher. That spark could come from reinstituting sanctions. But not only is there the possibility of sanctions on Iran, but there’s also the possibility of Venezuelan and Russian sanctions,”

Reuters, April 25, 2018

“The geopolitical risk in the market has a pretty high premium,”

Reuters, April 25, 2018

“We’re still really nestled within 3-1/2 year highs,”

Nasdaq, April 24, 2018

“We continue to watch whether the fundamental picture continues to tighten,”

Nasdaq, April 23, 2018

“We continue to watch whether the fundamental picture continues to tighten,”

Nasdaq, April 23, 2018

“You’re also getting chatter that the OPEC members are considering extending the cuts. You should start to see some support soon,”

Bloomberg, April 16, 2018

“This all depends on whether demand will be as strongas it is projected to be,

Reuters, April 12, 2018

“The concerns surrounding the impact of a potential trade war on economic growth and energy demand has spilled into the market,”

Bloomberg, April 05, 2018

“The extent to which U.S. production increases counterbalances output cuts from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will be critical,”

CNBC, April 05, 2018

“Declining Venezuelan production levels, and signs that OPEC and Russia could extend their 1.8 million barrels-a-day cut agreement into next year could give support to fluctuating prices with increasing U.S. production trying to drag them down,”

MarketWatch, April 03, 2018

“The real proof will be in the pudding”

Wall Street Journal, April 02, 2018

“worries about demand being affected by a possible trade war kind of receded,”

Reuters, March 29, 2018

“The (oil) market is pulling back after pushing strongly high last week. I think the $70 level in Brent, $67 for WTI … start to trigger worries of increased U.S. production levels,”

Reuters, March 26, 2018

“We’re continuing to see signs that demand is really healthy; total U.S. demand is more than 1 million barrels a day more than it was a year ago,”

Reuters, March 22, 2018

“Concerns about these tariffs and what it’s going to do to trade and the global economy has triggered a little softening,”

The Wall Street Journal, March 22, 2018

“There’s a bit of a battle being fought,”

The Wall Street Journal, March 13, 2018

“When the market falls into sideways trading in a band, you get a lot of price fluctuations that you have to turn a blind eye to,”

World Oil, March 16, 2018

“Between $58 and $64, there’s a lot of air in the market,”

CNBC, March 16, 2018

“I don’t think we have a clear set of directions, and I don’t think this (EIA) report gives that much of an insight as to whether the rebalance continues or not. We continue to just chop around here,”

Reuters, March 12, 2018

“The market continues to flip back and forth on the idea that increased global demand and a production cut is going to support prices … but U.S. production, and North American production levels in general, is going to negate a lot of the impact of that,”

Reuters, March 11, 2018

“People are waiting to see: Will storage volumes point toward a tighter fundamental outlook?”

Bloomberg, March 05, 2018

“trying to stabilize and pick its head up,”

Platts, March 05, 2018

“You’re starting to see worries creep in about the effect of the possibility we’re going to impose more tariffs and then what that could do to trade and the global economy,”

Bloomberg, February 28, 2018

“One of the things that contributed to the strength of the (oil) market was the weakness of the dollar over the past couple months,”

Reuters, February 28, 2018

“Coming in today, the market tried to pick its head up,”

Reuters, February 11, 2018

“The idea that it is back up and running normally, combined with the data that show U.S. production is rising, contributes to the overall idea that U.S. production could offset cuts by OPEC,”

Reuters, February 08, 2018

“and all of a sudden, oil prices are under pressure,”

Bloomberg, February 01, 2018

“Solar isn’t going to be there at night, and wind may not be there if the wind isn’t blowing, so you need something that’s a little bit more stable,”

New Hampshire Public Radio, January 30, 2018

“The strength in the dollar pushed some sellers in the market. There are some warning signs that maybe the rally is getting a bit overextended,”

Reuters, January 28, 2018

“We continue to get direction from the dollar,”

Bloomberg, January 25, 2018

“This latest pop is due to the dollar trade,”

CNBC, January 24, 2018

“The rebalance of the fundamental picture continues,”

Reuters, January 24, 2018

“The market continues to take support from signs that OPEC and Russia’s compliance with their production cuts is really high and it doesn’t seem that there are any worries that there is cheating going on yet,”

Bloomberg, January 17, 2018

“Production cuts and demand are continuing to rebalance the market,”

Nasdaq, January 09, 2018

“At plus-$60 levels you need more information to support higher prices,”

Fox Business, January 08, 2018

“The expectation is that the rebalance will continue,”

Bloomberg, December 29, 2017

“With that partially offsetting production cuts by OPEC and Russia, the market will have to get confirmation that global inventories will keep coming down,”

Bloomberg, December 28, 2017

“The market continues to gravitate towards bullish news but today we are seeing a little bit of profit-taking,”

Reuters, December 27, 2017

“Any kind of bullish news that comes out, traders seem to be gravitating toward it,”

Fox Business , December 27, 2017

“The market seems to have digested (the IEA report) and is turning its attention to the fact that we’re beginning to tighten,”

Reuters, December 14, 2017

OPEC members “continue to abide by their cuts,”

Bloomberg News, December 05, 2017

“Going forward I think those export numbers are going to be what people are going to be watching,”

Nasdaq, November 22, 2017

“The market is growing concerned about U.S. production,”

Reuters, November 19, 2017

“We’re at levels where the market appears to have crested,”

Bloomberg, November 17, 2017

“Ahead of the OPEC meeting, we’re going to see a little bit of volatility,”

Bloomberg, November 16, 2017

“Global demand growth, with the extension of the production cut, were the two primary factors behind the significant increase we’ve seen, particularly in the last six months,”

Bloomberg, November 13, 2017

“That idea that the extension is going to be a done deal is still adding buoyancy in the market,”

Reuters, November 05, 2017

“The market continues to find support from expectations that we’re going to see the cut extended and from robust demand,”

Reuters, November 02, 2017

“The market had a bit of a pull back today … prompted by a bit of profit taking,”

Reuters, October 31, 2017

“I don’t think we have any indications that the rebalance has completely been priced into the market.”

Bloomberg, October 30, 2017

“The market has rallied pretty significantly and I think it’s predicated on the fact that the Saudis and Russians are continuing the cut agreement,”

Reuters, October 29, 2017

“That suggests that the demand picture here in the U.S. is pretty good,”

Fox Business, October 26, 2017

“Demand has been a little stronger than some people might have anticipated as we pushed out of the driving season, and that’s where today’s strength is coming from,”

Reuters, October 24, 2017

“Expectations of increased demand continue to provide support for higher prices,”

Reuters, October 23, 2017

“Without signs that the overhang in inventory levels is still being whittled down, the rally starts to lose some of its momentum.”

Bloomberg, October 22, 2017

“We’ve continued to see signs that the market needs a steady drumbeat of positive information,”

Reuters, October 19, 2017

“Normally we would expect the market to have a more positive tone to it, but people are expecting we’ll jump back up,”

Fox Business , October 18, 2017

“I think the news that the Saudis cut exports in November curtailed declines. Whether that’s enough to restart the rally remains to be seen, “

Fox Business, October 11, 2017

“The Saudis still continue to signal their intention,”

Fox Business, October 10, 2017

“With rising production levels and no definitive word from OPEC and the Russians that they are going to extend the cut or deepen it, the rally seems to have lost its momentum,”

Bloomberg, October 08, 2017

“looks to be the last below-average storage injection for a while,”

Platts, October 05, 2017

“But some market participants have doubts that the declines will continue”

Fox Business, October 04, 2017

“It looks our strong rally of the last couple of months seems to be catching its breath,”

World Oil, October 03, 2017

“You’ve reached a place where the market needs a drumbeat of positive information to sustain a rally,”

Reuters, October 02, 2017

“If we see signs of U.S. production levels rising, the market is really vulnerable to a turnaround right now,”

Bloomberg, September 27, 2017

“Seeing exports of U.S. produced crude that large would pose a threat to the level that the Brent-WTI premium can go,”

Reuters, September 26, 2017

“We’re going to go back to watching our inventory reports,”

Washington Post, September 26, 2017

“It’s all driven by the idea that the production cut is starting to work and the rebalance is underway,”

Reuters, September 24, 2017

“late-season cooling demand”

Platts, September 18, 2017

“This boost to the market is attracting fresh speculative length,”

Reuters, September 11, 2017

“The market seems to be recognizing that this is a hurricane-altered report, and is waiting to see once we get through this hurricane period,”

Reuters, September 13, 2017

“an advantage to be gained from the impact on refineries, but when it turned out it was going to be very short-lived, they made their way to the exits,”

Bloomberg, September 11, 2017

“After the hurricane rolled through, we didn’t get lots of alarms that refineries were damaged,”

Fox Business, September 07, 2017

“The trickle being offloaded from the 679 million-barrel reserve isn’t yet large enough to affect prices in the broader market, “

Bloomberg, August 31, 2017

“The market has turned in reverse pretty sharply,”

Reuters, August 31, 2017

Wednesday’s inventory report “points to a fairly healthy picture still,”

Bloomberg, August 31, 2017

“Because that demand is gone that’s where the selling pressure in the market is coming from,”

Reuters, August 29, 2017

“Part of this is the fear driven about what could happen to the refining area,”

Investors , August 25, 2017

“Today some of the pressure in the market might be attributed to the strength in the dollar,”

Fox Business , August 24, 2017

“There are worries about the effect of Harvey,”

Reuters, August 24, 2017

“The market was also eyeing a tropical depression”,

Reuters, August 23, 2017

“there are expectations that the storage build for the week ended August 18 will be below the five-year-average.”

Platts, August 21, 2017

“The inability of the market to really push through $50 suggests that the buyers don’t have confidence to continue to try to build positions above that level because of the uncertainty about our fundamental picture right now,”

Bloomberg, August 21, 2017

“The main question is whether we will continue to see the kind of inventory draws that may show the supply-demand balance is tightening over the next few weeks,”

Reuters, August 18, 2017

“I would describe this as a bullish report and probably the effect would be we’re going to keep ourselves pinned here waiting for the next signal,”

Reuters, August 16, 2017

“took the wind out of the sails” of the bullish data,

Fox Business, August 17, 2017

“As long as we continue to see declining inventories the more we’ll continue to think the OPEC-led cuts are tightening the supply-demand balance,”

Reuters, August 11, 2017

“It got right up to the resistance line and it seems like the market didn’t attract any new buying,”

Fox Business, August 10, 2017

“sign that there is at least part of the trading community that is thinking that this is going to continue.”

Bloomberg, August 07, 2017

“To really push above $50, we need to see signs that this isn’t seasonal strength in the market,”

Washington Post, August 04, 2017

“The rally we’ve seen is showing some signs right now that it’s kind of running it’s course,”

Fox Business, August 03, 2017

“The market needs continuing signs of improvement in the inventory picture to really drive the prices higher,”

Nasdaq, August 03, 2017

“At these levels we do need a steady pattern of bullish news to push prices higher,”

Reuters, July 31, 2017

“To really see the market push much higher, we need to see a drumbeat that inventory levels are being pared, like the main producers who are cutting production say is happening,”

Bloomberg, July 21, 2017

“This turn around late in the week is suggestive that the concerns that drove us to 42 are still driving us lower,”

Reuters, July 21, 2017

“It seems like we’ve kind of found a new value range around $45,”

Bloomberg, July 17, 2017

“The idea of higher production levels, particularly in the U.S., Libya, and Nigeria…I think that seems to have been priced in for the moment.”

Ship&Bunker, July 18, 2017

“The market is trying to stabilize,”

Reuters, July 13, 2017

“The market is having difficulty picking its head up,”

Business Standard, July 13, 2017

“At these levels, we find out whether people believe the global supply demand balance is tightening,”

Fox Business, July 14, 2017

“You continue to see draws in the U.S., ratcheting up expectations that maybe the cuts are having an effect,”

Fox Business, July 11, 2017

“The real question is: Have all the fears about the OPEC production cuts been basically priced into the market?”

Bloomberg, July 03, 2017

“U.S. production could jump to 10, maybe 10.5 million barrels a day by the end of the year, and when you add Libya, Nigeria and North Sea production that will negate the Saudi-led cuts,”

CNBC, June 26, 2017

“The forecasts really aren’t looking good from a bullish standpoint,”

Yahoo Finance , June 21, 2017

“I don’t think one report by itself is enough to dispel the fears,”

Washington Post, June 21, 2017

“Given the expectation that you’ll see higher production levels in several areas of the world, it’s going to offset all they’re taking off the market,”

Reuters, June 20, 2017

When you look at basically Chicago to Boston in the next two weeks, you don’t seen any hot weather,”

CNBC, June 19, 2017

“The forecasts really aren’t looking good from a bullish standpoint,”

Bloomberg, June 19, 2017

“It’s the end of the week and people like to take some money up,”

Fox Business, June 16, 2017

The market is finding support “on the idea that we have two full months minimum of possible hot weather,”

Bloomberg, June 16, 2017

“I don’t think it’s anything more than a temporary stabilization,”

Reuters, June 09, 2017

“This is really unexpected,”

Bloomberg, June 07, 2017

“If we get another drop in U.S. inventory levels, we might begin to see the emergence of some confidence that 1.8 million barrel cuts will tighten inventories,”

Reuters, June 06, 2017

“Production growth outside of the areas that have agreed to cut, is still the dominant theme in the market,”

Nasdaq, June 06, 2017

“The market has again turned its focus to worries that excess supplies are going to continue to keep the glut in place,”

Bloomberg, June 05, 2017

“The worry is that you have rising output in the U.S. and that’s going to offset cuts,”

Reuters, June 01, 2017

“There are signs that the 1.8 million barrel cut is not really what the market is feeling because of rising production in the U.S., Libya, Nigeria and even the North Sea,”

Nasdaq, June 01, 2017

“Eight straight weeks of declining crude and the market is barely up,”

Reuters, June 01, 2017

“There are really mounting concerns about the excess supply in the world and the ability of the agreement to whittle that down,”

CNBC, May 31, 2017

“The market overreacted,”

Bloomberg, May 26, 2017

He saw nothing else that would be driving the increase in price.

Platts, May 26, 2017

“It looks like they’re not going to increase it. The initial reaction in the market we think will be supportive. Until you see inventories drop down to reasonable levels, the market is going to have trouble, especially where you have to consider other areas of production coming on line,”

CNBC, May 24, 2017

“The Saudi statement that everyone agreed to a nine-month extension spurred optimism that the cuts will do something to correct the over-supply scenario,”

Bloomberg, May 22, 2017

“Inventories remain stubbornly high,”

Fox Business, May 17, 2017

“The backing of a nine-month extension by Saudi Arabia and Russia got the market moving higher,”

Bloomberg, May 16, 2017

“We just keep falling and trying to find a bottom,”

Business Times, May 04, 2017

“After dropping to a six-week low it was time for a little covering of positions,”

World Oil, May 03, 2017

“The fundamental picture does not point to strength, it points to weakness,”

Fox Business, May 02, 2017

“The market continues to hunt for a bottom,”

Fox Business, May 01, 2017

“With four months of the cutting in effect we haven’t seen a sizable reduction in global oil fuel inventories,”

Reuters, May 01, 2017

“Without signs that the overhang in the market is being eliminated, the market is showing real trouble justifying plus-$50 oil,”

Fox Business, April 25, 2017

“There’s a lot of talk the [OPEC] agreement is going to be extended, but we have a full month to go before the [OPEC] talks are held,”

CNBC, April 19, 2017

“Some of the people who picked up contracts below $50 decided to run out ahead of expiration,”

CNBC, April 19, 2017

“Inventories remain stubbornly high,”

Nasdaq, April 19, 2017

“We should have a month of headline-driven trading in the run-up to the May 25 meeting,”

World Oil, April 18, 2017

“on the signs that the OPEC production agreement will be extended.”

Ship and Bunker, April 04, 2017

“The rebound of Libyan production stalled the rally,”

Bloomberg, April 03, 2017

“Without the production cut agreement, I think you could basically target the low-to-mid $30s.”

Ship and Bunker, March 29, 2017

“We tested recent lows and didn’t break through them,”

Express News, March 27, 2017

“There’s a lot of uncertainty about whether the cut is going to be in place long enough to alter the fundamental picture,”

Morningstar , March 24, 2017

“Without the production cut agreement, I think you could basically target the low-to-mid $30s. I’m of the mind they extend it,”

CNBC, March 23, 2017

“The inventory report wasn’t as bearish as it first looked,”

Bloomberg, March 22, 2017

“It looks like someone is trying to jawbone the market,”, March 21, 2017

“because there seems to be a realization that a six-month agreement isn’t long enough to rebalance the market”

Ship and Bunker, March 14, 2017

“There is growing skepticism that the production cut has been enacted long enough to take care of the overhang,”

Nasdaq, March 13, 2017

“We have not seen production cuts undertaken by the world’s producers really alleviate the overhang in inventories,”

Reuters, March 10, 2017

“The break of the band yesterday is a sign that the market was overbought,”

San Antonio Express News, March 10, 2017

“The idea that we can extend it would be supportive in the medium term. Statements from Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s largest member, would be needed to push the price substantially higher”, March 07, 2017

“Without full compliance by the OPEC cartel and non-OPEC producers, and signs that demand is picking up, we are positioned for a correction.”

Ship&Bunker, March 07, 2017

“I think that has stopped some of the selling pressure that we opened with,”

Nasdaq, March 06, 2017

“The market is hemmed in,”

Bloomberg, March 04, 2017

“The market has been trying to break out to the upside and has yet to get the final impetus,”

BOE Report, February 28, 2017

“Without full compliance by the OPEC cartel and non-OPEC producers, and signs that demand is picking up, we are positioned for a correction,”

Reuters, February 28, 2017

“We’re getting to the end of the month and gasoline has been the weakest fuel on the board over last month, so we might see some pre-expiration covering,”

Platts, February 27, 2017

“We’re stuck in a range,”

Bloomberg, February 22, 2017

“I think a lot of the lack of winter has been priced in,”

CNBC, February 16, 2017

“I think that inside this little band we can expect a lot of choppy trading,”

Reuters, February 16, 2017

“The market’s response to yesterday’s stats suggests it continues to focus on forward expectations of further rebalance through production cuts and increased demand, but doesn’t have any oomph to push higher,”

CNBC, February 16, 2017

“As production cuts work their way through the system and eat into the inventory overhang, that’s going to be supportive in the long run,”

Nasdaq, February 10, 2017

“The market is focused on reduced supply and increased demand,”

Bloomberg, February 10, 2017

“It looks like we are still moving in response to Friday’s rig data,”

Bloomberg, January 30, 2017

“We pushed to the upper end of the band and ran out of steam,”

Bloomberg, January 27, 2017

“The rising rig count will weigh on the market,”

Bloomberg, January 23, 2017

“The indications are at that OPEC guys are basically starting their cuts. As we really begin to get verification, the market could be further strengthened,”

Yahoo Finance, January 23, 2017

“We opened the week higher, but couldn’t maintain it,”

Washington Post, January 17, 2017

“The market is in a consolidation pattern, and as we get more and more signs of them implementing cuts we’ll have another test of $55, and the market try to push higher and wait to see if they cheat,”

Reuters, January 12, 2017

“The idea is that if these producers honor their word, they’ll take close to two million barrels off the market,”

CNBC, January 12, 2017

“The market is for direction. It’s kind of ignoring some of the bearish fundamentals like the inventory report,”

Morning Star, January 11, 2017

“I am a little leery about the Iraqis because just yesterday they also reported that their exports were at a record last month,”

BOE Report, January 11, 2017

“For prices to push higher, we need verification that OPEC and Russia have cut production and decide to keep it there for more than a week or two,”

Platts, January 09, 2017

“I am a little leery about the Iraqis because just yesterday they also reported that their exports were at a record last month,”

Washington Post, January 10, 2017

“Initially we seemed to get a little strength on the idea we’re expecting a draw in crude stocks tomorrow, but basically, the market continues to consolidate below highs on the uncertainty over supply,”

Reuters, January 04, 2017

“We’re up 65 cents in less than two weeks, all on that call for the return of colder weather. I think the market might have gotten ahead of itself,”

CNBC, December 28, 2016

“The idea that the market’s rebalance will continue into next year and there is a willingness by producers to staunch excess supply, that’s where further strength is going to come from,”

Fox Business, December 28, 2016

“A lot of the strength in the market is mostly a result of the optimism that the production cuts will go through starting in the new year,”

Bloomberg, December 27, 2016

“The market shows signs of consolidating below the record highs,”

Washington Post, December 23, 2016

“We’re in a consolidation period,”

Bloomberg, December 20, 2016

“We got short covering after we dipped below $50,”

Bloomberg, December 15, 2016

“The Fed announcement is strengthening the dollar and that’s driving crude,”

Bloomberg, December 14, 2016

“It’s going to get tougher for the market to gobble up as much ground as it did yesterday,”

Nasdaq, December 13, 2016

“The market could push [West Texas] another $1 to $2 up to $55, and Brent could go to about $60, but at that point there are some concerns that are going to start to cap the rally.”

Guardian, December 12, 2016

“Right now the market is kind of feeding on itself,”

CNBC, December 12, 2016

“We’re moving higher on optimism that the cut, together with expected growth in global demand, will bring the market into balance,”

Bloomberg, December 01, 2016

“You’re going to see a flattening out of positions closer to Wednesday,”

Reuters, November 28, 2016

“As we get closer to the meeting the threat that they will achieve some agreement has triggered a lot of short covering,”

Reuters, November 21, 2016

“The market is showing it’s uncertain about what’s going to happen,”

Fox Business, November 18, 2016

“You would have expected to see more selling after such a big build in crude,”

Midland Reporter, November 16, 2016

“The weak fundamental picture is the focus of the market right now,”

Bloomberg, November 14, 2016

“Some people are on the sidelines because there’s still questions about the election,”

Bloomberg, November 08, 2016

“I think what it points to is how much the market is relying on the expected growth in demand in the next year. If you start to change expectations on that, and you don’t get the OPEC deal hammered out, it seems like it’s a really clear case of we’re going to be testing that $40 mark,”

CNBC, November 02, 2016

“We’ve seen an exodus of long positions from the gas market,”

Bloomberg, October 28, 2016

“The Iraqis are throwing more cold water on the OPEC agreement,”

Washington Post, October 24, 2016

“The market’s taking more of a ‘show-me’ attitude,”

Nasdaq, October 21, 2016

“The realization that we will have a later start to winter has started to turn the market,”

Bloomberg, October 21, 2016

“It’s pretty clear that we continue to attract speculative

Reuters, October 14, 2016

“The market would have reacted more bearishly”

Morningstar, October 13, 2016

“We pushed solidly above $50 on the OPEC agreement and are now refocusing on whether they will actually follow through with actual cuts,”

Bloomberg, October 11, 2016

“The push up in prices close to $50 is triggering a response in the rig count. Not sure if we’re seeing a significant enough increase, but if we continue to add rigs, then production levels would rise, which would have a softening effect on prices,”

Bloomberg, September 30, 2016

“Right now the market looks unusually strong and it doesn’t want to back off,”

Bloomberg, September 20, 2016

“We’ve seen a considerable shrinkage of the surplus” to the historical average,

BOE Report, September 20, 2016

“The central part of the country is going to drop back down to normal temperatures, which isn’t supportive for the gas market ,”

Bloomberg, September 16, 2016

“When you look back at how high gasoline inventories remain after what was a record driving season, if crude oil prices come under pressure, gasoline prices will remain with them. I don’t know how you could make a case for gasoline prices to rise when inventory levels are where they are,”

Yahoo, September 14, 2016

“We’ve had a lot of whippy trading this week,”

CNBC, September 08, 2016

“the market will be waiting to see if storage injections increase as temperatures drop to seasonal levels, and if at the end of the storage injection season there is a lot of gas in the ground that could weigh on the market.”

Platts, September 08, 2016

“We’ll just have to wait and see if this is just a one-off or if it’s the start of a trend to pare down those stockpiles,”

Oil and Gas Investor, September 08, 2016

“I think that’s what’s happening since it looks like the drop in crude imports takes a lot of mystery out of why we see this massive drop in inventories,”

CNBC, September 08, 2016

“I have not heard any logical explanation as to why we got a draw like this,”

Reuters, September 08, 2016

“If it’s accurate, I think it will start to ease fears of oversupply in the market. There’s apprehension of crude restocking as we exit the gasoline season and we exit strong demand,”

Reuters, September 07, 2016

“I think it will start to ease fears of oversupply in the market,”

Daily Mail, September 07, 2016

“You can see how the market is headline-driven after the last day or so of trading,”, September 06, 2016

“It seems like we’ve found a new trading range in the $40s now and the market is very sensitive to any stories about the possibility of a production freeze,”

CNBC, September 06, 2016

“We’re not going to be comfortable pushing prices above $50 with only North America reducing output while the rest of the world is running all out.”

Ship & Bunker, September 02, 2016

“Inventories are rising and excess supply will grow,”

World Oil, September 01, 2016

“I think the idea they will have a production freeze agreement is dwindling,”

CNBC, August 31, 2016

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Tradition Energy, August 31, 2016

“Coming into this week it looked as though the weather forecast changed to put some heat back in the country for the last two weeks of August. The market has taken that as a sign we could see a correction … . Looks as if maybe the rush to shoulder season seems to have taken a back seat to tighter fundamentals,”

Platts, August 24, 2016

“Whether or not this comes to be, it remains to be seen. There’s a lot of question whether or not anything is going to be done at this meeting, but the market continues to price in a chance something could change,”, August 23, 2016

“It’s really a question of whether the fundamental picture is going to improve and help us with a rally,”

Bloomberg, August 14, 2016

“When you get to this point in the summer people are tired of the heat,”

Bloomberg, August 08, 2016

“Without expectations of strong seasonal demand, we have too much gas in the ground and we can’t really push up to that $3 level,”

Bloomberg, August 08, 2016

“Keep in mind we’re in the first week in August, and shoulder season is right around the corner,”

Bloomberg, August 04, 2016

“We have more than ample supply around the world,”

Bloomberg, July 31, 2016

“Concerns about fuel inventories are weighing on the market,”

Washington Post, July 26, 2016

“The bullish sentiment that pushed oil above $50 has evaporated,”

Washington Post, July 22, 2016

“The rally that pushed us to $50 has run out of steam right now,”

Nasdaq, July 14, 2016

“There’s a chance we could exceed last year’s record storage levels.”

Bloomberg, July 11, 2016

“We’ve taken back more than half of the drop that followed the Brexit referendum,”

Fuel Fix, July 01, 2016

“The market continues to seesaw after Brexit drilled us lower,”

Platts, June 30, 2016

“Some of the drillers who have been off on the sideline might start coming back and start ratcheting up output to try to take advantage of the increase in price,”

Washington Post, June 29, 2016

“We’re catching our breath here,”

Forex Data, June 28, 2016

“We’re all keeping an eye on the referendum,”

Washington Post, June 23, 2016

“The disappointment on the lack of a sizable draw in crude stocks has taken some wind out of the market’s sails,”

Dow Jones, June 22, 2016

A long period of sustained heat could push natural gas futures above $3 per million British thermal units, a mark not seen since May 2015,

Bloomberg, June 22, 2016

“We are going to see stronger demand and lower production levels; that’s why we continue to push higher,”

Bloomberg, June 20, 2016

“It’s healthy amount of gas and until you get rid of it, further gains are going to be tough sledding,”

FX News Call, June 16, 2016

“We have been talking about summer being above-normal for a good month or so and you are starting to see that show up; we need to keep that on a consistent basis,”

Bloomberg, June 13, 2016

“We still have a lot of oil on the market,”

fin24, June 10, 2016

“If you look at the channel from $26 up to $50, you would think the fundamental picture has changed significantly; the fact is, technicals can drive the market for a while, but sooner or later the fundamentals are going to give you your price direction.”

Ship & Bunker, June 10, 2016

“The market continues to trend higher in a nice channel, and nothing seems to be snapping it out of it,”

CNBC, June 08, 2016

“The (bulls) don’t have the factors they need to drive prices significantly higher,”

Nasdaq, June 06, 2016

“The OPEC outcome was expected,”

Bloomberg, June 03, 2016

“After reaching the important $50 level, the buying dried up,”

Bloomberg, May 27, 2016

“The $10 marks are psychological levels. The idea of being long above $50 with all the oil that’s still around and, with the exception of U.S. production, there doesn’t seem to be an interest by producers to cut. We need to see some more signs that demand is picking up across the globe,”

CNBC, May 25, 2016

“The news that the Canadians are trying to resume production in Alberta,”

Investors Business Daily, May 23, 2016

“The dollar lost a little steam after gaining earlier and the oil market responded,”

Australian Financial Review, May 20, 2016

“The market “is getting pretty frothy,”

Channel NewsAsia, May 18, 2016

“Some of the Canadian grades haven’t been as affected as much as one might think,”

London South East, May 17, 2016

“The thrust in the oil market is that the supply glut is starting to be eradicated,”

The Globe and Mail, May 17, 2016

“We’re not expecting strong seasonal demand for the next two weeks,”

Bloomberg, May 16, 2016

“The market is getting support from the disruption in Canadian oil sands production and and increased threats to output in the Niger Delta,”

Washington Post, May 10, 2016

“If we get word that they’re going to be shutting in a significant amount of production, that will support us getting back to the highs of last week,”

Globe and Mail, May 04, 2016

“We’re discounting expectations for another week of stock builds.”

World Oil, April 26, 2016

“The market is catching its breath after a strong rally,”

Globe and Mail, April 21, 2016

“I think the market continues to push higher on expectations that we’ll see reduced production levels from U.S. drilling,”

CNBC, April 21, 2016

“The market seems to be looking forward, with a view of falling US production levels and the idea that we’re going to continue to see increased demand globally,”

Business Inquirer, April 20, 2016

“The way the market seems to want to pick out the bullish factors in all the news, this could be enough to give it support,”

Nasdaq, April 20, 2016

“The chatter is all about the Kuwaiti strike and not the failure at Doha,”

Bloomberg, April 18, 2016

“The Iranians said they were going to raise production levels to 4 million barrels per day, which were their pre-sanction production levels, ever since this talk of a freeze started,”

Sputnik News, April 18, 2016

“The market appears to be taking a lot of support from positive statements. But, this isn’t the first time the Russians have come out and made remarks related to a production freeze being imminent,”

Reuters, April 12, 2016

“We’re still above 9 million barrels of U.S. production, and of course there’s a massive overhang in storage that you can’t get around,”

Reuters, April 11, 2016

“Prices are up on speculation that market tightening is underway,”

Financial Post, April 12, 2016

“The market appears to be taking a lot of support from positive statements. But, this isn’t the first time the Russians have come out and made remarks related to a production freeze being imminent,”

CNBC, April 11, 2016

“I’m really kind of wondering if it’s warranted,”

Nasdaq, April 11, 2016

“We’re still above 9 million barrels of U.S. production, and of course there’s a massive overhang in storage that you can’t get around,”

Fox Business, April 11, 2016

“The market has been all over the place today,”

Bloomberg, April 07, 2016

“The discipline and unity needed for a freeze is missing,”

Bloomberg, April 04, 2016

“The longs are getting chased out,”

Bloomberg, March 28, 2016

“you’re still going to have considerable overproduction.”

Peninsula Qatar, March 30, 2016

“The market is being guided by traders who believe that a rebalancing will take place this year,”

Bloomberg, March 20, 2016

“We now seem to be getting a new wave of interest from long” investors,

Nasdaq, March 17, 2016

“The market is gravitating to the idea we’re going to see some tightening of the supply and demand fundamentals,”

Yahoo, March 11, 2016

“Until we actually see signs these huge amounts of oil have been reduced, the market will have a problem picking up its head too much from these levels,”

Inquirer.Net, March 09, 2016

“I thought the $10 rally in oil prices was overextended at $5,”

The Street, March 08, 2016

“The market continues to push higher after China lowered reserve requirements,”

Bloomberg, March 01, 2016

“We’ve been having a hard time finding reasons for the market to turn around,”

Bloomberg, February 29, 2016

“We’ve attracted a lot of length into the market,”

Bloomberg , February 26, 2016

“The market continues to seesaw,”

Business Inquirer, February 25, 2016

“The lack of sustained winter cold is keeping prices under pressure,”

Bloomberg, February 16, 2016

“The threat is: As storage tanks approach capacity, you don’t have anywhere to put the ongoing production,”

Globe and Mail, February 14, 2016

“There is no strong fundamental picture in the market. I still think we’re heading lower,”

Dickinson Press, February 12, 2016

“The longs have withdrawn from the market and the sellers are back in full force,”

The Street, February 09, 2016

“It’s pretty clear that Saudi Arabia means to stand by their policy to maintain market share,”

Globe and Mail, February 08, 2016

“The reality is seeping back in that there isn’t going to be any production cutback outside of the U.S.,”

Bloomberg, February 08, 2016

“Fundamentally, the picture remains weak,”

Global Post, February 05, 2016

“The inventory report this week was very bearish,”

Bloomberg, February 05, 2016

“We’ve seen people piling in and getting out. The exit and entry has elevated trading volumes,”

Reuters, February 04, 2016

“I haven’t seen any official comments from the Saudi Arabians yet, so I think the latest push is just another wave of covering by the spec shorts,”

Reuters, January 28, 2016

“I don’t think this report shows that things are all that bullish when I read it,”

Fiscal Times, January 27, 2016

“It’s another signpost the excess supply fears have the market by the throat,”

Wall Street Journal, January 26, 2016

“Excess supply and fears of a slowing economy that will curb fuel demand are the prime drivers of the market,”

Bloomberg, January 26, 2016

“The question is, are we going to continue lower and retest our lows, and right now, it doesn’t seem like there’s anything to stop this.”

Yahoo News, January 25, 2016

“The fundamentals are still weak and you still have worries about economic growth and its impact on fuel demand, so this is probably a sign that things have been overdone more than anything else.”

Los Angeles Mirror, January 23, 2016

“Concerns about excess supply continue to weigh on the market,”

Bloomberg, January 20, 2016

“One of the supportive factors in 2015 was that low prices would trigger increased demand,”

Platts, January 15, 2016

“With the global economy, we could be in a serious crisis…which translates into a lack of demand for energy,”

Wall Street Journal, January 15, 2016

“Some of the sellers took a little profit out,”

Wall Street Journal, January 14, 2016

“The market is being driven by excess supply and weak demand,”

The Street, January 12, 2016

“There are concerns that demand could be affected by the slowing economic conditions in China,”

Platts, January 11, 2016

“You need cold weather and a huge amount of gas burn for six to eight weeks,”

Bloomberg, January 11, 2016

“There’s a lot of oil around the market and demand is uncertain at best,”

Wall Street Journal, January 05, 2016

“It’s not surprising that at sub-$40 a barrel levels you see a willingness of new buyers to come into the market,”

Platts, January 04, 2016

“The market is focusing on weak fundamentals.”

The Street, January 04, 2016

“The geopolitical risk is a little overstated,”

Bloomberg, January 03, 2016

“The forecast has turned back a little warmer,”

Wall Street Journal, December 30, 2015

“Going forward we are going to be vulnerable to weather, and unless we see really sustained periods of cold weather, the market is going to have trouble rallying,”

Bloomberg, December 30, 2015

“Whenever you see any kind of cold showing up in a forecast where you haven’t seen it, there is a snap back,”

Oil & Gas 360, December 29, 2015

“The thing is that even with the forecast for cold weather reminding the market of the winter risk, it’s not supposed to last for more than 3 to 5 days,”

Reuters, December 29, 2015

“record storage levels of gas, robust production levels, and expectations that the cold weather that is forecast for the first part of next month will last for less than a week.”

MarketWatch, December 29, 2015

“When you’re talking normal temperatures this time of year, you’re talking heating demand. Basically, we’re going to have to turn the thermostat back up and put a coat on,”

CNBC, December 28, 2015

“The fundamentals remain weak after last week’s short-covering rally,”

The Street, December 28, 2015

“Right now, considering the multi-year lows we dropped to a few days ago, this is just short-covering as people take some money out before the end of the year,”

Reuters, December 23, 2015

“The longer-term forecasts still look pretty warm,”

Bloomberg, December 22, 2015

“The market is continuing to grind lower as we search for a bottom,”

Bloomberg, December 21, 2015

“The key in finding the bottom of the market comes in a tightening of the supply side,”

Reuters, December 21, 2015

“Until we see signs that production is basically beginning to come down somewhere in the world… that the economic activity is going to pick up and boost fuel demand, the market is going to remain at these low levels and grind towards those areas we bottomed at during the Great Recession,”

Yahoo News, December 17, 2015

“I think we’re about to see another round of cutbacks, which will result in further decline in output next year,”

Bloomberg, December 17, 2015

“This is an inevitable correction that happens whenever you drop so far,”

Globe and Mail, December 15, 2015

“When we found out that wasn’t the case, we gave up the gains”,

Voice Herald, December 15, 2015

“Without a turnaround in the weather, there’s not much to halt this kind of price slide,”

Trib Live, December 15, 2015

“There’s a lot of gas in storage, and production levels are still healthy,”

CBC News, December 14, 2015

“The forecasts are looking even warmer,”

MSN, December 14, 2015

“We have so much gas in the ground, it’s driving prices down in search for a bottom. It does not appear that we have found it yet,”

Platts, December 11, 2015

“We’ve seen the Northeast reaching unprecedented production levels,”

Bloomberg, December 10, 2015

“It was a surprisingly high drawdown but the market’s reaction to it was a bit muted,”

CNBC, December 10, 2015

“‘We’ve seen the Northeast reaching unprecedented production levels,”

Bloomberg, December 09, 2015

“The market is confirming the idea that we have excessive supply,”

Financial Post, December 08, 2015

“The next 10 days are supposed to be really mild,”

Yahoo Finance, December 07, 2015

“The 10-day forecast doesn’t really provide any support for gas prices,”

Bloomberg, December 07, 2015

“There was some short covering before the announcement in case there was a production cut.”

Economic News Daily, December 07, 2015

“When we found out that wasn’t the case, we gave up the gains”,

Seating Chair, December 06, 2015

“There was some short covering before the announcement in case there was a production cut. When we found out that wasn’t the case, we gave up the gains,”

NBC News, December 04, 2015

“Even with the draw today, you’re basically just under 4 tcf, and we’re in December now. So there’s a lot of gas around,

Wall Street Journal, December 03, 2015

“I still think the primary factors in the market are the excess supplies and worries that we could have weak fuel demand growth next year”,

Herald Voice, November 30, 2015

“WTI couldn’t convincingly push below $40 despite a few attempts today and that’s what probably what led to the late support before contract expiry”,

TV Newsroom, November 29, 2015

Still, concerns about an oversupply in oil will weigh on prices,

TheStreet, November 25, 2015

Concerns about heavy crude supplies are still likely to keep a lid on the market and could force a retest of six-year lows below $40 a barrel in coming weeks, barring another flare-up in geopolitical tensions,

MarketWatch, November 25, 2015

“We’re seeing a little bit of cold, so there’s some buoyancy in the market,”

Bloomberg, November 23, 2015

The news likely prompted traders who had bet on lower prices to close out those positions ahead of a U.S. holiday later this week and the OPEC meeting next week,

Morningstar, November 23, 2015

“I still think the primary factors in the market are the excess supplies and worries that we could have weak fuel demand growth next year,”

Wall Street Journal, November 23, 2015

“Prices should continue to grind lower until we start to see a drop-off in inventories.”

Globe and Mail, November 20, 2015

“WTI couldn’t convincingly push below $40 despite a few attempts today and that’s what probably what led to the late support before contract expiry,”

CNBC, November 20, 2015

“The world is awash in oil,”

Bloomberg, November 21, 2015

“While inventories and production are really strong, the fact is, we do have three months of winter coming up,”

Hellenic Shipping News, November 19, 2015

“We all know the next level below (that) is the Great Recession low of around $32 [for oil prices],”

Press Examiner, November 19, 2015

“Fears of excess supply and a slowing global economy are driving prices lower. It looks like we’re about to test the six-year lows again.”

Globe and Mail, November 17, 2015

“The weak fundamentals are the focus today,”

Bloomberg, November 17, 2015

“As we approach these six-year lows, you’ll see more…bottom pickers coming out,”

Wall Street Journal, November 16, 2015

“The forecasts are for a short window of cold,”

Bloomberg, November 16, 2015

“The immediate picture is still not supportive of rising prices,”

Reuters, November 11, 2015

“The API report has got the sellers coming out of the woodwork,”

Bloomberg, November 11, 2015

“It looks like we have two weeks of storage injections still and the forecasts aren’t showing strong heating demand,”

Bloomberg, November 09, 2015

“Excessive supplies seem to be the dominant factor in the market,”

Bloomberg, November 09, 2015

“Rising crude stockpiles and increasing output levels, combined with a stronger dollar, are putting pressure on the oil market,”

Washington Post, November 05, 2015

“Russian output reached another post-Soviet high and there were more disappointing numbers out of China, putting an end to the rally late last week,”

Washington Post, November 02, 2015

“The market was vulnerable to this,”

Investor Wired, October 28, 2015

Crude needs to be kept in storage as there is no demand to maintain equilibrium.

Business Finance News, October 28, 2015

“New England is its own world in the gas market because of pipeline capacity constraints going into the region,”

Bloomberg, October 27, 2015

“It’s all coming out of the woodwork. The fundamental picture has been weak. It’s shaking the market loose and overlapping this expiration cycle,”

Yahoo Finanace, October 26, 2015

“The severe plunge over the last couple of days I find to be a little unexpected; it does show there are a lot of worries about supply going into a mild winter,”

Investor Intel, October 27, 2015

“We are finally seeing fears in the market coming to realization. The chances of having 4 Tcf in storage are becoming more likely,”

Platts, October 26, 2015

“Crude has to be put in storage,”

Bloomberg, October 25, 2015

“We get another year down the road and these problems are exacerbated considerably it stands to reason they will look at these things again,”

MarketWatch, October 25, 2015

“The market continues to search for a bottom,”

Bloomberg, October 23, 2015

“We get another year down the road and these problems are exacerbated considerably it stands to reason they will look at these things again,”

MarketWatch, October 22, 2015

“The fact that the injection is a little light doesn’t really sway the worry that we still have nearly 4 Tcf in the ground and limited demand,”

Platts, October 22, 2015

“The minute they ramp down refinery rates, the crude starts backing up,”

Australian Business Review, October 22, 2015

“The minute they ramp down refinery rates, the crude starts backing up,”

Wall Street Journal, October 21, 2015

“We still need to see further signs that production is tapering off for the market to really pick its head up,”

TheStreet, October 20, 2015

“We continue to move sideways,”

Wall Street Journal, October 20, 2015

People are paying closer attention to the rig count to indicate a drop in U.S. production. Oil rigs down to 595 – that is a primary support,”

Reuters, October 16, 2015

“Additionally, we found out that Saudi stockpiles are at their all-time high. Both of those factors reawakened some of the fears related to the weak fundamentals of the oil market.”

Platts, October 19, 2015

The market is looking forward and there are expectations of falling North American production because of reduced drilling,”

Washington Post, October 16, 2015

“Making a case for a significant rally right now seems really tough, other than chasing” out a few people who have bet on lower prices,

Wall Street Journal, October 15, 2015

“With the market heavily short on the speculative side, as winter approaches, early forecasts for cold weather could trigger another up in the market,”

Bloomberg, October 14, 2015

“We’re just chopping around here,”

Bloomberg, October 13, 2015

“Crude continues to show buoyancy,”

Bloomberg, October 09, 2015

“The report is bearish enough to break the back of the rally, he said. It’s cold water on the market.”

CNBC, October 07, 2015

“The report is bearish enough to break the back of the rally,”

Fox Business, October 07, 2015

The crude build reported by the EIA “will take some of the wind out of the market’s sails” and force traders to rethink the market’s direction

Yahoo Finance, October 07, 2015

“The falling rig count reinforces the view that production will fall,”

The Street, October 02, 2015

“I think that might be fairly supportive,”

Nasdaq, October 02, 2015

“We’re going to continue to see choppy sideways trading around $45 a barrel,”

Bloomberg, October 01, 2015

“If we keep seeing this stuff, you can’t really call the bottom yet.”

Bloomberg , September 30, 2015

“The rebound is based on the expectation that North American production levels drop off,”

The Wall Street Journal, September 29, 2015

“The main support for the market comes from expectations that U.S. and Canadian oil production are going to continue to fall for the next six months,”

Bloomberg , September 29, 2015

“The market is starting to turn its attention to the coming winter,”

Bloomberg, September 28, 2015

“The only bright spot is that North American production levels are coming down,”

Bloomberg, September 25, 2015

“We seem to stabilize over expectations we’ll see production levels here in America continue to drop, and this provides an outlet for fears of an excess supply hanging on the market,”

Yahoo News, September 25, 2015

“Strong production plus minimal seasonal demand” is likely to keep prices low “until winter sets in at the least,”

Wall Street Journal, September 23, 2015

“The market might have headed lower because people are thinking we’re heading into maintenance season and this will take demand off the table,”

Platts, September 23, 2015

“RBOB was already higher on the day on the Colonial Pipeline news and, after the EIA data, it jumped along with the rest of the board,”

Reuters, September 23, 2015

“Any kind of positive statement from Iran reinforces the idea that additional Iranian barrels are going to deepen the supply glut,”

Bloomberg, September 22, 2015

“But we’ve been at this level so long and this just moves the Federal Reserve watch to the next meeting. The oil market will go back to watching to see if the economic slowdown in China spreads to other economies and whether low oil prices start to lower U.S. oil production significantly.”

Reuters, September 17, 2015

“You did probably have some people that thought the Fed would make an announcement of a [interest-rate] hike, and when they didn’t get it, they decided to head to the exits,”

Wall Street Journal, September 17, 2015

“The oil market will go back to watching to see if the economic slowdown in China spreads to other economies and whether low oil prices start to lower US oil production significantly,”

UpStream, September 17, 2015

“We’re going to see a drop-off in seasonal demand,”

Bloomberg, September 11, 2015

“It looks like there was a supply build last week, which is negative for the market,”

Bloomberg, September 09, 2015

“As you slide from the beginning of September to the end…you don’t worry too much about above-normal temperatures,”

Wall Street Journal, September 09, 2015

“A lot of the uncertainty on the oil market has been generated by what’s been happening in China,”

Business Spectator, September 03, 2015

“Odds are that if this comes pretty much in line or just a little bit above, we’re going to continue to grind lower,”

Bloomberg, September 03, 2015

“Even with the EIA revision, we’re still producing over nine million barrels per day,”

CBS Money Watch, September 03, 2015

“Even with the EIA revision, we’re still producing over 9 million barrels per day, so I’m not convinced we’ve seen the fundamental shift to justify the rally,”

Fox Business, September 02, 2015

“Even with the EIA revision, we’re still producing over 9 million barrels per day, so I’m not convinced we’ve seen the fundamental shift to justify the rally,”

Yahoo Finance, September 01, 2015

“Even with the EIA revision, we’re still producing over nine million barrels per day,”

CBS Money Watch, September 01, 2015

“We still have a couple weeks of summer left in front of us,”

Bloomberg, September 01, 2015

“The market continues to try to push off from six- or seven-year lows”

Press Examiner, August 30, 2015

“When fall weather hits, we do see a drop-off in seasonal demand,”

Wall Street Journal, August 27, 2015

“If we see a storage number above 65, there’s a good chance we’ll retest recent lows,”

Bloomberg, August 27, 2015

“We had a draw, but the market needs to see weeks of that to be convinced,”

Reuters, August 26, 2015

“With last week’s sharp turn lower, I think the market’s setting its sights on ’09 lows [of less than $34 a barrel for the U.S. benchmark.] That means that we have the possibility of another $6 or so to go.”

Nasdaq, August 26, 2015

“The same factors that have basically driven us to six-year lows are still the main focus of the market,”

Wall Street Journal, August 26, 2015

“The market continues to try to push off from six- or seven-year lows,”

Yahoo News, August 26, 2015

“We’re reaching the level where the sell-off might seem a little over-extended and I think the market is trying to find a footing,”

Channel News, August 20, 2015

There is some belief that “the oversupply situation is not going to get better

Economic Times, August 21, 2015

“We’re reaching the level where the selloff might seem a little overextended and I think the market is trying to find a footing,”

Business Spectator, August 20, 2015

“We’re reaching the level where the selloff might seem a little overextended and I think the market is trying to find a footing,”

Yahoo Finance, August 20, 2015

“Crude is still being taken out of storage to supply gasoline demand, which is nearly 500,000 b/d higher than where it was last year,”

Platts, August 18, 2015

“Now that we’ve dropped to 2009 levels it’s become more difficult to make dramatic moves lower. The market still has to find its bottom.”

Business Standard, August 18, 2015

“The primary factor remains excess supply and now you have to add growing fears about demand falling,”

Bloomberg, August 18, 2015

“Until we start seeing new Iranian barrels coming onto the market or more concrete signs of Chinese demand slowing down, I think that we are approaching the bottom of the market,”

Platts, August 17, 2015

“Producers don’t seem to want to blink,”

Hellenic Shipping News, August 14, 2015

“The market continues to reel under very weak fundamentals,”

Yahoo News, August 13, 2015

“We erased all of this week’s gains,”

Wall Street Journal, August 13, 2015

The “selloff has looked a bit overdone and thinking this is really just light short covering going on.”

Nasdaq, August 12, 2015

“We wiped out all of this spring’s rally,”

Houston Chronicle, August 12, 2015

“Overall, I think this devaluation by the Chinese suggests maybe the slowdown in economic growth is greater than people anticipate, and that’s where fear on the demand side is coming from and driving us lower,”

CNBC, August 11, 2015

“And when things aren’t going so well in the world’s second largest economy commodity prices get hit,” said Bob Shiring, energy analyst at Tradition Energy, in a note.

MarketWatch, August 11, 2015

“The market continues to retreat,”

Manila Times, August 07, 2015

“The market is looking for a bottom,” Gene McGillian, a senior analyst at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Connecticut, said by phone. “I doubt we’ll break through the six-year lows we hit earlier this year, but will probably end up pretty close to the lows.”

MSN, August 03, 2015

“The draw in crude stocks brought upward pressure in the market,”

Reuters, July 29, 2015

“The little bounce we had seems to have dried up,” said Gene McGillian, analyst at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn. “The stronger the dollar got, the selling pressure picked up, and that’s why the market turned lower.”

Wall Street Journal, July 30, 2015

“Right now the market continues to look for a bottom”

Business Spectator, July 27, 2015

“The dollar moved up again and the market focus is back on supply and the prospect for more Iranian exports after last week’s agreement with the West over Iran’s nuclear program”

Reuters, July 20, 2015

“The supply glut is the main focus of the market and it’s going to be exacerbated by Iranian production”

Bloomberg, July 20, 2015

“US production should eventually decline, helping the market to rebalance, though not before crude prices fall further”

Platts, July 20, 2015

Oil prices rise as markets assured Iran sanctions still in play

Globe and Mail, July 14, 2015

Shale Gas Supply Held Hostage by Oil to Drop by Most in a Year

Bloomberg, July 13, 2015

Crude Suffers Its Worst Week In Four Months , July 10, 2015

Natural Gas Gains First Time in 4 Days on Warmer Weather Outlook

Bloomberg, July 09, 2015

Delaware gas prices expected to drop 20 cents

Delaware Online, July 08, 2015

“There isn’t any fear of supply,” said Gene McGillian, an analyst at Tradition Energy. “So you don’t have any people worried about being exposed from hot weather.”

Wall Street Journal, July 08, 2015

Why oil could revisit its lows and then some

CNBC, July 07, 2015

Oil crushed by worries on Europe, Iran

CNBC, July 06, 2015

Natural Gas Rises Amid Predictions of Supply Glut Shrinking

Bloomberg, June 30, 2015

Natural Gas Rise as Lower Prices Spur Plants to Switch Fuels

Bloomberg, June 29, 2015

Natural Gas Retreats on Expectations for Strong Supply

First Enercast Financial, June 26, 2015

Bullish investors “are waiting for evidence of tightening fundamentals. We’re not seeing that,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at futures brokerage Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn. “The rally has stalled because we haven’t seen any kind of production curtailment. The market seems to be running into a lot of headwind.”

Wall Street Journal, June 25, 2015

Natural Gas Falls as Mild Weather to Reduce Electricity Demand

Bloomberg, June 22, 2015

Natural Gas Losing Again on Moderating Weather Forecasts

First Enercast Financial, June 19, 2015

Crude Oil Futures Advance as Fed Rate Outlook Weakens Dollar

Washington Post, June 18, 2015

Oil Falls a Third Day as U.S., OPEC Output Seen Extending Glut

Bloomberg, June 15, 2015

Crude Prices Rally on Production Outlook, China Stimulus

Forexminute, June 13, 2015

Oil prices drop as IEA sees demand growth cooling

Yahoo News, June 11, 2015

NYMEX July gas futures settle 6.6 cents lower at $2.825/MMBtu

Platts, June 11, 2015

Oil prices drop after IEA report

Business Spectator, June 11, 2015

Natural Gas Climbs to 3-Week High as June Heat May Boost Demand

Bloomberg, June 10, 2015

“What’s really driven our rally this year from our six-year lows is the idea that measures by North American producers are going to affect production levels by some point in the next three to six months,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “Any time we get more than $5 below [recent highs], it seems as if the selling pressure kind of dissipates.”

Wall Street Journal, June 09, 2015

Crude Tops $60 As U.S. Output Seen Declining, June 09, 2015

Oil rises as OPEC fights shale drillers , June 09, 2015

Oil Prices Climb on Production Forecast

Nasdaq, June 09, 2015

“The fundamental picture remains weak,” said Gene McGillian, an analyst at Tradition Energy. “There’s really no reason to bull the market up.”

Wall Street Journal , June 05, 2015

Near-fatal Accident Involving Tradition Energy Employee Inspires Service To Others

Wilton Bulletin, June 06, 2015

NYMEX July gas futures settle at $2.626/MMBtu, down 0.8 cent

Platts, June 04, 2015

Oil down 3 pct despite US stockpile drop; pre-OPEC mood glum

Reuters, June 03, 2015

Oil prices slump on US oil report

Business Spectator, June 03, 2015

Oil up on dollar drop; poll calls for U.S. stocks decline

Reuters, June 02, 2015

US oil settles up 1.76%, at $61.26 a barrel; highest since Dec. 9.

CNBC, June 02, 2015

“The idea that we’re going to see another drawdown in crude stocks has put a bit of a bid back into the market,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy.

Wall Street Journal, June 02, 2015

Natural Gas Trades Near One-Month Low on Cooler Weather Outlook

Bloomberg, June 01, 2015

Oil prices stage minor recovery

Business Spectator, May 28, 2015

NYMEX July natural gas futures settle at $2.706/MMBtu, down 14.1 cents

Platts, May 28, 2015

Brent Oil Posts Biggest 2-Day Drop Since March on Iraq Exports

Bloomberg, May 27, 2015

Oil Bears Miss Out as Record U.S. Refinery Demand Drives Rally

Bloomberg, May 24, 2015

Oil Falls as Dollar Advances While Crude Supplies Remain Ample

Bloomberg, May 22, 2015

Oil Rises Second Day as U.S. Supply Data Signal Glut May Ease

Bloomberg, May 21, 2015

NYMEX June natural gas futures settle at $2.949/MMBtu, up 3.4 cents

Platts, May 21, 2015

Natural Gas Gains on Hope for Rising Demand

The Wall Street Journal, May 21, 2015

Natural Gas Off As Traders See Stockpile Gains, May 20, 2015

Natural Gas Declines as Rising Output to Eliminate Supply Gap

Bloomberg , May 20, 2015

Oil prices tank on oversupply fears

Business Spectator, May 19, 2015

Oil Prices Waver as Saudi Exports Tamp Risk Worries

Fox Business, May 18, 2015

Hedge Funds Lose Faith in Oil Rally as OPEC Seen Boosting Supply

Bloomberg, May 17, 2015

Oil prices fall on oversupply fears

Business Spectator, May 14, 2015

Crude Climbs Amid Improving Demand Outlook as Dollar Declines

Bloomberg , May 11, 2015

Rising Demand, Weaker Dollar Boost Oil Prices

Bloomberg, May 12, 2015

Oil ETF Traders Anticipate Weakness Ahead

Yahoo Finance, May 11, 2015

Exodus of oil ETF investors signals expected market weakness

Reuters, May 11, 2015

Oil under pressure on signs of US shale oil recovery

CNBC, May 11, 2015

Hedge Funds Cut Bearish Gas Bets as Prices Rise From 3-Year Low

Bloomberg, May 08, 2015

Oil Prices Surge to 2015 High on Libya Output Woes, Saudi Price Hike

Fore X Minute, May 09, 2015

Oil Prices Waver Ahead of Drilling Data

Nasdaq, May 08, 2015

NYMEX June gas futures settle at $2.734/MMBtu, down 4.2 cents

Platts, May 07, 2015

Oil complex settles lower as strong dollar snaps rally

Platts, May 07, 2015

Oil Drops From 5-Month High on Concern Demand Slow to Accelerate

World Oil, May 07, 2015

Natural Gas Futures Rise as Warm May Weather Spurs Fuel Demand

Bloomberg, May 06, 2015

Oil hits 2015 highs after 1st US crude stocks drop in 4 months

Reuters, May 06, 2015

U.S. Oil Jumps Above $60 for First Time This Year as Glut Eases

Bloomberg, May 05, 2015

Energy sector starts the new trend: Petroleo Brasileiro Petrobras SA (ADR) (PBR), C&J Energy Services, Ltd. (CJES), Comstock Resources Inc (CRK), Rowan Companies (RDC)

Wall Street Observer, May 05, 2015

Oil Falls a Second Day Amid Ample U.S. Supply, Iraqi Shipments

Bloomberg, May 03, 2015

Oil Prices Rally to Four Month High On Middle East, Rig Count

ForeX, April 30, 2015

NYMEX June gas futures jump 14.5 cents to $2.751/MMBtu settle

Platts, April 30, 2015

US Crude Stocks Plummet, claims EIA Data

West Texas News, April 30, 2015

Oil steady near US$57 as US supplies seen exacerbating glut

Business Times, April 29, 2015

Oil at 2015 highs after first stock draw in 5 months at US hub

Reuters, April 29, 2015

Oil stocks to bet on: Emerge Energy Services LP (NYSE:EMES), Warren Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ

Wallstreet Observer, April 28, 2015

Oil Wavers as Traders Assess US Supply Outlook

Nasdaq, April 27, 2015

Brent/WTI spread settles above $8/b on Yemen risk, bearish US supply

Platts, April 24, 2015

Natural Gas Rises as Cold Midwest Weather Spurs Heating Demand

Bloomberg, April 21, 2015

Oil down on bets of another US crude stock build

CNBC, April 21, 2015

NYMEX May gas futures settle 7.4 cents higher at $2.684/MMBtu

Platts, April 16, 2015

Natural Gas Gains for a Third Day as Power-Plant Demand Climbs

Bloomberg, April 16, 2015

Oil surges after lower than expected US inventory rise

Reuters, April 15, 2015

Crude Prices Rally but Sentiment Remains Low

ForexMinute, April 11, 2015

Natural Gas Advances From 33-Month Low on Power Demand Outlook

Bloomberg, April 10, 2015

Oil Rises as Iran Says Nuclear Deal Must End Sanctions

Bloomberg, April 09, 2015

“The question is going to become, ’Did we really begin to see the tide turning as far as production and demand in the past couple of weeks?’” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “It seems like the buyers have returned.”

Walll Street Journal, April 07, 2015

Oil Prices Rise Ahead of Supply Data

Nasdaq, April 07, 2015

Surprise pause in Cushing oil stock rise likely blip, not trend

Reuters, April 06, 2015

Oil Rises Most in Two Months as Saudis Boost Pricing to Asia

Bloomberg, April 06, 2015

Oil hits 7-week high as fear of Iranian oil flood fades

MarketWatch, April 06, 2015

Crude Oil Rises to One-Week High as Saudis Boost Pricing to Asia

Washington Post, April 06, 2015

US crude inventories at record highs, gasoline supplies tumble – EIA

Reuters, April 01, 2015

Oil Set for Longest Run of Quarterly Losses Since 2003 on Glut

Bloomberg, March 31, 2015

“The market’s primary driver is the excess production that overhangs it,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “I think the market needs to see that something’s actually happened on that front, to basically stop the slide we’ve seen over the last couple months.”

Wall Street Journal, March 30, 2015

What the market’s reaction to Yemen says about investor psychology

Market Watch, March 26, 2015

Oil up 3 pct on weak dollar, speculative buying, Yemen

Reuters, March 25, 2015

Brent slides, US crude flat on resilient dollar

Reuters, March 24, 2015

Oil rebounds after U.S. dollar’s decline boosts appeal to investors

Financial Post, March 23, 2015

Oil rises more than 1%, boosted by weaker dollar

Reuters, March 23, 2015

Oil prices rose: North Atlantic Drilling , (NADL), Pacific Drilling , (PACD), Petroleo Brasileiro

Investor Wired, March 23, 2015

Hedge Funds Least Bullish on Oil Since 2012 Miss Late-Week Rally

Bloomberg, March 23, 2015

Oil rises as weakening dollar outweighs OPEC oversupply

CNBC, March 23, 2015

NYMEX April gas futures settle at $2.786/MMBtu, down 2.7 cents

Platts, March 20, 2015

Natural Gas Drops for Second Day on Forecasts for Mild Weather

Bloomberg, March 20, 2015

Oil Resumes Slump as U.S. Crude Inventories Surge

Bloomberg, March 19, 2015

Oil nearly back in bear territory as US stockpiles hit fresh record

Globe and Mail, March 18, 2015

Oil prices surge as Fed cautious on rates

Yahoo, March 18, 2015

Though concerns remain that crude-oil storage will hit full capacity in some regions, “the threat of a capacity issue is not in the next day or two; it’s probably more in the next month or so,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. After falling so far in the past few sessions, “we probably need another signal that the problems are still there and they’re getting worse to really continue to move lower.”

Wall Street Journal, March 17, 2015

U.S. Oil Prices Pare Losses

4-Traders, March 17, 2015

Oil down 2 pct, US crude hits 6-yr low on growing stocks, Iran talks

Reuters, March 16, 2015

WTI Crude Falls to Six-Week Low as U.S. Inventories Grow

Bloomberg , March 12, 2015

Oil mixed as US inventories hit fresh record high

Yahoo News, March 11, 2015

Oil prices mixed at close

Business Spectator, March 11, 2015

US crude stockpiles rise to record high for ninth week – EIA

Reuters, March 11, 2015

Crude Falls as U.S. Supply Seen Adding to Glut as Dollar Gains

Bloomberg, March 10, 2015

Brent-US crude spread thins but charts say $15 target ‘dead ahead’

Reuters, March 10, 2015

Brent Crude Falls for Fifth Day on Supply Glut, Dollar Strength

Washington Post, March 10, 2015

Natural Gas Falls to 1-Month Low on Outlook for Spring Thaw

Bloomberg, March 09, 2015

Spring Saps Natural-Gas Rally

Barrons, March 07, 2015

Oil down on dlr, rate hike fear; little impact from rig count drop

Reuters, March 06, 2015

Crude Oil Falls As U.S. Stocks Boost World Glut, March 05, 2015

Crude Oil Rises On Slowdown At Cushing Hub, March 04, 2015

Oil Rises as Iran, Libya News Raise Risks of Supply

Forex Minute, March 04, 2015

U.S. Crude Rises on Cushing Slowdown; Discount to Brent Narrows

Bloomberg, March 04, 2015

Oil down as US supply jumps; Saudi remarks keep prices off lows

CNBC, March 04, 2015

Oil up as Netanyahu blasts Iran, Libya forces strike terminals

Reuters, March 03, 2015

Oil Rebounds on Modest Cushing Build

NASDAQ, March 02, 2015

“I don’t think the inventory picture here in the U.S. is supportive of rising prices,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy.

Wall Street Journal, March 02, 2015

Natural Gas Futures Little Changed on Mixed Weather Outlook

Bloomberg, March 02, 2015

Crude Oil Puts End To Monthly Losing Streak , February 28, 2015

Oil Caps First Monthly Gain Since June as Rig Count Slips

Bloomberg , February 26, 2015

Oil’s retreat adds to driller’s deep concerns

Houston Chronicle, February 26, 2015

NYMEX April gas settles 16.5 cents lower at $2.697/MMBtu

Platts, February 26, 2015

U.S. Oil’s Discount to Global Benchmark at 13-Month High

Bloomberg, February 25, 2015

Oil market rebounds on US energy report

Yahoo News, February 25, 2015

NYMEX March ULSD closes higher on cold weather, refinery glitch

Platts, February 23, 2015

Oil falls 2 percent on glut worries; heating oil up on tight supply

Reuters, February 23, 2015

Oil down on high supply, heating oil spikes again

CNBC, February 23, 2015

Oil Pares Losses on Record High US Inventories

Fore Minute, February 23, 2015

Oil Heads for Weekly Decline Amid Record U.S. Crude Stockpiles

Washington Post, February 20, 2015

Brent crude dips below $59 as US government data shows record stocks

Business World, February 20, 2015

Natural Gas Futures Climb as Cold Weather Boosts Heater Use

Bloomberg, February 19, 2015

Oil falls below $59 on record-high US crude stocks

Reuters, February 19, 2015

Key Energy Services (KEG) Stock Lower Today as Oil Prices Decline

The Street, February 19, 2015

Crude supply seen swelling glut

Resource Investor, February 18, 2015

Natural Gas Retreats as Rising Production Trumps Cold Snap

Bloomberg Business, February 13, 2015

Oil Halts 2-Day Drop as More Producers Cut Spending

Bloomberg Business, February 12, 2015

9-Oil down as US crude stocks continue surge; Brent under $55

Reuters, February 11, 2015

Oil Rises After OPEC Cuts View For U.S. Output, February 09, 2015

Natural Gas Futures Gain as Cold Blast to Stoke Heating Demand

Bloomberg News, February 10, 2015

Oil futures rebound, closing higher on weaker US dollar

Platts, February 05, 2015

Oil prices spike in volatile trade

Yahoo, February 05, 2015

Oil prices rebound after rout

Business Spectator, February 05, 2015

Oil Prices Rebound After Wednesday’s Heavy Losses

First Enercast Financial, February 05, 2015

Oil is falling again as biggest rebound since 2009 stalls

Financial Post, February 04, 2015

Oil prices up more than $2 on extended short-covering rally

Yahoo News, February 03, 2015

Oil Nears Bull Market as Investment Cut Seen Curbing Glut

Bloomberg, February 03, 2015

WTI crude oil climbs near to $50 a barrel

Fuel Fix, February 02, 2015

Oil extends advance from six-year low amid refinery strike

North, February 02, 2015

Oil prices extend rally, up from 6-year low as refinery strike boosts gasoline

Finanicial Post, February 02, 2015

Oil Extends Gains From 6-Year Low; Strike Boosts Gasoline

Bloomberg, February 02, 2015

Oil rises after WTI sinks below $44 in volatile trade

Yahoo News, January 29, 2015

Crude up slightly from 6-year low

Fuel Fix, January 29, 2015

NYMEX March gas dips to 28-month low at $2.695/MMBtu after US EIA storage report

Platts, January 29, 2015

Oil Rebounds From 6-Year Low on Signs of Economic Growth

Bloomberg, January 29, 2015

What blizzard? Natural gas futures shrug off weather

Market Watch, January 26, 2015

“People quickly assessed the changeover in leadership in Saudi Arabia right now does not portend any change in their oil policy,” said Eugene McGillian, senior analyst with brokerage Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn.

Wall Street Journal, January 23, 2015

Natural Gas Gains on Forecasts for Frigid February Start

Bloomberg, January 23, 2015

Oil slips as U.S. crude stockpiles surge most in 14 years

Bloomberg, January 22, 2015

“The market’s catching its breath,” said Gene McGillian, analyst at Tradition Energy. “The market seems to need a continual slew of bad news, or bearish news, to continue to drive it lower, and we really didn’t see any of that coming in today

Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2015

Oil prices rebound over 2%

Business Spectator, January 21, 2015

Natural gas trading outlook: futures pare hefty losses ahead of EIA data

Binary Tribune, January 21, 2015

Natgas Drops Most In 11 Mos. On Mild Temps

Investors Business Day, January 20, 2015

Natural Gas Drop Biggest in 4 Weeks on Milder Weather Outlook

Bloomberg, January 20, 2015

Oil Prices Turn Lower

Fox Business, January 15, 2015

Crude Oil Erases Advance on OPEC’s Reduced Demand Forecast

Bloomberg, January 15, 2015

Energy XXI (EXXI) Stock Lower Today as Oil Prices Decline

The Street, January 15, 2015

Oil Rises Ahead of EIA Inventory Report

MarketPulse, January 14, 2015

NYMEX crude jumps on short-covering, settles higher

Platts, January 14, 2015

Oil Falls to 5 1/2-Year Low; Goldman, SocGen Cut Price Outlook

Bloomberg, January 13, 2015

While you were sleeping: Goldman Sachs down on oil

National Business Review, January 12, 2015

Oil Falls to 5 1/2-Year Low; Goldman, SocGen Cut Price Outlook

Bloomberg, January 12, 2015

Money managers were split in their views on oil prices in the week ended Tuesday. Hedge funds, pension funds and other investors added nearly the same number of bullish and bearish bets on Nymex oil prices in the week, according to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Their aggregate bet on rising prices rose very slightly in the week. Now that Brent has fallen below $50 a barrel intraday, “the big numbers people are probably watching are the 2009 lows,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at brokerage Tradition Energy

Wall Street Journal, January 09, 2015

Oil Set for Large Weekly Loss

Nasdaq, January 09, 2015

New Year Oil Price Offensive Launched By Saudi Arabia

Oil Price, January 08, 2015

Oil Rebounds After Falling Below $50

Market Pulse, January 07, 2015

Oil Prices Today Still Near Five-Year Lows

Money Morning, January 07, 2015

Saudi set to price out Nigeria, Angola on crude

Business Day, January 07, 2015

U.S. oil prices slip below $50 a barrel

Yahoo, January 06, 2015

Saudi slashes monthly oil prices to Europe; trims U.S., ups Asia

Reuters, January 05, 2015

Stock market suffers from plunging oil price

NY Daily News, January 06, 2015

Saudi slashes monthly oil prices to Europe; trims US, ups Asia

Reuters, January 05, 2015

NYMEX February natgas settles at lowest level since September 2012

Platts, January 05, 2015

US oil prices slip below $50 a barrel

Yahoo, January 05, 2015

Natural Gas Extends Rally From 27-Month Low on Cold Blast

Bloomberg, January 05, 2015

Thomson ReutersShaybah oilfield complex is seen at night in the Rub’ al-Khali desert, Saudi Arabia

Business Insider, January 05, 2015

California gas prices likely to stay low in 2015

LA Times, January 01, 2015

NYMEX prompt-month gas closes below $3/MMBtu

Platts, December 31, 2014

Oil prices rose: Key Energy Services, (KEG), Basic Energy Services, (BAS), McDermott

Investor Wired, December 31, 2014

Natural Gas Has First Annual Drop Since 2011 on Mild Weather

Bloomberg, December 31, 2014

Oil Prices Tick Higher

Nasdaq, December 30, 2014

“We’re going to see a draw in crude stocks because you see a little pickup in fuel demand in the holiday week,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy, referring to the Christmas holiday last week. Still, he said, “the drivers that have lopped off 50% of our value over the last six months are still the main features of the market.”

Wall Street Journal , December 30, 2014

Oil prices fall more than $1, dropping to five-year lows

Reuters, December 30, 2014

Oil prices drop, market less worried about Libya supply

The Gazette, December 29, 2014

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks edge up despite Greece; oil falls sharply

Reuters, December 29, 2014

Oil Gets Cheaper and Cheaper

Newsweek, December 29, 2014

Crude continued to stabilize,” said Gene McGillian, an analyst at Tradition Energy. “The market does have the makings for a turnaround; I just don’t think it’s immediate.”

The Wall Street Journal, December 23, 2014

Oil Prices Edge Higher on Data

Nasdaq, December 23, 2014

Commodities markets summary

Yahoo7, December 21, 2014

Oil tumbles after brief rebound; Brent back below $60

Reuters, December 18, 2014

While you were sleeping: Global equities surge

National Business Review, December 18, 2014

Oil tumbles after brief rebound; Brent back below $60

Reuters, December 18, 2014

Natural Gas Gains as Late-December Cold Wave May Spur Demand

Bloomberg, December 18, 2014

Oil resumes slide after brief rebound on short-covering

Yahoo, December 18, 2014

Oil plunges as market seeks bottom

CNBC, December 18, 2014

U.S. Crude Oil Supplies Fall Less Than Expected

Fox Business, December 17, 2014

Oil futures spike on short covering, close higher

Platts, December 17, 2014

Oil stocks see ‘bottom’ in crude, but analysts do not

CNBC, December 17, 2014

The uncertainty in the market is creating a lot of price volatility,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “I don’t think we’ve seen enough to suggest that the market’s found a bottom yet.”

The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 2014

“The sellers are still in charge, and it seems like the market really hasn’t bottomed,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy.

The Wall Street Journal, December 15, 2014

Oil Prices on Track to Hit New Lows

The Wall Street Journal, December 15, 2014

Oil prices slump to five-year trough

Business Spectator, December 16, 2014

Oil Falls; UAE Says OPEC Won’t Cut Output to Boost Price

Bloomberg, December 15, 2014

Crude oil continues downward spiral

Hellenic Shipping News, December 14, 2014

Oil crashes 5 pct, nears $60 on weak US demand, Saudi inaction

Reuters, December 10, 2014

Natural Gas Fundamental Analysis December 12, 2014 Forecast

FX Empire, December 11, 2014

Oil Rebounds but Analysts Remain Wary

Forexminute, December 10, 2014

Oil crashes 5 pct, nears $60 on weak US demand, Saudi inaction

Yahoo, December 10, 2014

Cratering oil price blamed on US production, Saudi ‘treachery’

CNBC, December 10, 2014

Crude Oil Drops to Five-Year Low as OPEC Cuts Demand Forecast

Bloomberg, December 10, 2014

Oil up after 5-year low in Brent; traders wary of more downside

Reuters, December 09, 2014

Natural Gas Futures Rebound From Six-Week Low on Winter Outlook

Businessweek, December 09, 2014

Iran Says Close to Saudi Oil-Market View Before Meeting

Bloomberg, November 26, 2014

Natural Gas Futures Advance as East Coast Braces for Snow Storm

Washington Post, November 25, 2014

Crude futures settle lower despite Iranian talks extension

Platts, November 24, 2014

Oil Falls for First Time in Three Days in Run-Up to OPEC

Bloomberg, November 24, 2014

Oil traders increase bets on OPEC action

CNBC, November 21, 2014

NYMEX December gas falls 22.3 cents to close at $4.266/MMBtu

Platts, November 21, 2014

Natural Gas Weekly Fundamental Analysis, November 24-28, 2014, Forecast

Forex, November 22, 2014

“People are keeping a wary eye on this meeting next week,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “Without a production cut from OPEC, I think the market probably will grind a little lower still.”

Wall Street Journal, November 20, 2014

Brent Gains First Time in 4 Days as Investors Weigh OPEC

Bloomberg, November 20, 2014

Oil Slips on Rise in Crude Inventory

Forexminute, November 19, 2014

Oil prices dip as analysts eye OPEC

Business Spectator, November 19, 2014

US crude inventories rise unexpectedly on rising imports

Reuters, November 19, 2014

Oil prices dip amid OPEC worries

Business Spectator, November 18, 2014

Crude futures close lower, OPEC policy remains in focus

Platts, November 18, 2014

Natural Gas Slips on Outlook for Warmer Weather After Cold Shot

Bloomberg, November 18, 2014

Why natural gas just jumped 8 percent

CNBC, November 17, 2014

Oil bounces up off four-year lows, analysts say slump not over

Reuters, November 14, 2014

Natural Gas Futures Climb as Arctic Blast Sweeps Across US

Bloomberg, November 14, 2014

Oil Rises as Price Plunge Puts Pressure on OPEC to Act

Bloomberg, November 14, 2014

Saudi minister: It’s all a ‘misunderstanding,’ no ‘price war’ talk

CNBC, November 12, 2014

Brent Oil Near 4-Year Low as Glut Seen Untouched by OPEC

Bloomberg, November 12, 2014

Oil prices plunge in Asia markets

Press TV, November 13, 2014

NYMEX December gas settles 0.8 cent lower at $4.247/MMBtu

Platts, November 11, 2014

Oil Futures Ease as Supplies, Dollar Continue to Weigh

4-Traders, November 11, 2014

Energy Companies Up With Oil Prices — Energy Roundup

Nasdaq, November 11, 2014

Natural Gas Drops a 2nd Day as Cold to Ease Late November

Bloomberg, November 11, 2014

Renewed Geopolitical Concerns Buoy Oil Prices

MorningStar, November 10, 2014

Wild ride for natural gas signals volatile winter ahead

CNBC, November 10, 2014

There’s still fears, especially in Europe, that we could see a recession and limited fuel demand,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn. “The other two factors that continue to weigh on the market–fears of an oversupply and also the dollar–I think they’re kind of re-emerging.”

Wall Street Journal, November 10, 2014

U.S. oil drops to lowest since August

BetaWired, November 09, 2014

Oil ends down again as supply worry, dollar strength weigh

Rigzone, November 06, 2014

WTI Crude Oil Futures Rises on Below Forecast Inventory

Businessweek, November 05, 2014

Oil Continues to Barrel Downward

DailyForex, November 05, 2014

Look out below! Oil is not done falling

CNBC, November 04, 2014

Natural Gas Futures Jump on Outlook for Colder November

Bloomberg, November 03, 2014

Oil Drops the Fourth Month, Longest Slump Since 2008

Forexminute, November 02, 2014

Crude futures settle lower on strong dollar, Japanese stimulus

Platts, October 31, 2014

Brent oil has longest run of weekly losses since ’02

Bloomberg, October 31, 2014

Crude falls as Federal Reserve ends its asset-purchase program

Economic Times, October 31, 2014

NYMEX December natural gas settles 3.9 cents higher on neutral storage

Platts, October 30, 2014

Crude Falls on Federal Reserve Stimulus Halt, U.S. Supply

Bloomberg, October 30, 2014

Oil rises after 2-day loss; U.S. inventories seen up again

Reuters, October 28, 2014

Oil futures settle higher, stemming recent slide

Platts, October 28, 2014

Oil Prices Recover from Below $80

Forexminute, October 28, 2014

Oil rises after 2-day loss; US inventories seen up again

Reuters, October 28, 2014

NYMEX November gas contract hits one-year low with $3.561/MMBtu settle

Platts, October 27, 2014

The market has sold off so significantly over the last couple months, we’re approaching areas where people are reluctant to get further short, “ said Tradition Energy analyst Gene McGillian. “This seesaw trading is going to continue for a while until we find the bottom.”

Wall Street Journal, October 27, 2014

Natural gas weekly recap, October 20 – October 24

Binary Tribune, October 26, 2014

Natural Gas Heads for Weekly Drop on Mild Weather

Bloomberg, October 24, 2014

Oil Futures Climb After Saudi Arabia Supply Said to Fall

Bloomberg, October 23, 2014

West TX Oil Steady Above $83 after China Demand News

MarketPulse, October 21, 2014

Crude Oil Gains As China Growth Tops Estimates

Investors Business Daily, October 21, 2014

Crude Rises After Chinese Growth Exceeds Expectations

Bloomberg, October 21, 2014

Oil up after China demand news, traders see fragile recovery

CNBC, October 21, 2014

The question comes down to whether we’ve found a bottom yet, and I don’t think we have,” Tradition Energy analyst Gene McGillian said. “It seems as thought the market is trying to stabilize, but fears of slowing global economic activity and ample supplies are going to continue to drive it lower.”

Wall Street Journal, October 20, 2014

Oil prices fall after brief rally

Yahoo News , October 20, 2014

NYMEX November natural gas settles down 9.6 cents to 11-month low

Platts, October 20, 2014

Oil Ticks Higher as Investors Say Market Oversold

Fox Business, October 17, 2014

NYMEX front-month gas settles at 11-month low of $3.766/MMBtu

Platts, October 17, 2014

WTI Oil Extends Rebound on Speculation Drop Was Excessive

Bloomberg, October 17, 2014

Oil continues to show gains in corrective move

Reuters, October 17, 2014

Energy Sector Rebounding From Long Slide — Energy Roundup

NASDAQ, October 16, 2014

Oil rises on tight US gasoline stocks, options expiry

Reuters, October 16, 2014

The market’s just correcting after its substantial selloff in the past couple of days,” said Gene McGillian, a broker and analyst at Tradition Energy. “This is just…people scraping some money out.”

Wall Street Journal, October 16, 2014

Why the stock market sell-off may be nearing an end

CNBC, October 15, 2014

“The market is still feeding on itself,” said Gene McGillian, broker and analyst at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn. “Until we get some kind of word that OPEC wants to do something or signs that the economy’s improving, the market’s still going to try to find another bottom.”

Wall Street Journal, October 14, 2014

Natural Gas Rises as October Chill to Spur Fuel Demand

Bloomberg, October 13, 2014

Brent Crude Slides to Lowest Since 2010 on Saudi Output Signal

Fox Business , October 13, 2014

Oil prices slump to new lows on supply glut

MSN News, October 13, 2014

There is fear of a supply glut with limited energy demand,” said Gene McGillian, an analyst with wholesale brokerage Tradition Energy. “In the past three months we’ve basically wiped out almost $25 in the value of (Nymex prices). That continues to underscore the fear of oversupply in the market.”

Wall Street Journal, October 10, 2014

NYMEX November gas settles slightly higher as market seeks direction

Platts, October 10, 2014

Oil sinks to 4-year low below $90 as OPEC ups supplies

Reuters, October 10, 2014

Crude futures settle lower on dollar rebound, weak German outlook

Platts, October 09, 2014

Oil Heads for $90 on Global Economic Malaise

Market Pulse, October 09, 2014

WTI Falls Into Bear Market on Demand Outlook; Brent Drops

Bloomberg, October 09, 2014

Brent dives again before returning to $91 on euro zone, supply worry

Business Day, October 09, 2014

NYMEX November gas contract settles 10.2 cents lower ahead of storage data

Platts, October 08, 2014

Oil Falls After IMF Growth Forecast Cut

Market Pulse, October 08, 2014

WTI Closes at 17-Month Low on Supply Outlook; Brent Drops

Bloomberg, October 07, 2014

Brent Falls Fifth Time in Six Days on Economy; WTI Drops

EnergyNow, October 07, 2014

Natural Gas Slips as Mild Weather May Boost Supply Gains

Bloomberg, October 06, 2014

Oil prices bounce off lows

Australian, October 06, 2014

Natural gas weekly recap, September 29 – October 3

Binary Tribune, October 05, 2014

Natural Gas Futures Rise as Seasonal Supply Gap Persists

Bloomberg, October 03, 2014

Oil Prices Deepen Slide on Glut Worry; U.S. Crude Bounces

Fox Business, October 02, 2014

Oil heads to bear market as Saudis signal price war

CNBC, October 02, 2014

NYMEX November gas closes 9.8 cents lower on bearish outlook

Platts, October 01, 2014

Brent crude at new two-year low

Business Spectator, October 01, 2014

Oil Imports to U.S. Seen Climbing as Global Price Slumps

Bloomberg, October 01, 2014

WTI Rises From 17-Month Low Before Supply Data; Brent Up

Bloomberg, October 01, 2014

“People are looking for any signs of cold weather to come in,” said Gene McGillian

Wall Street Journal, September 29, 2014

“The real drivers of the market continue to be fears of slowing economic growth and ample supplies,” said Gene McGillian

Wall Street Journal, September 23, 2014

Brent Declines on Concern China Growth Slowing; WTI Drops

Bloomberg, September 22, 2014

Hedge Funds Make Record Bet on Lower U.S. Diesel Prices

Bloomberg, September 21, 2014

WTI Falls Third Day on Dollar Strength as Supply Rises

Bloomberg, September 19, 2014

Brent oil hits two-year low

Wall Street Journal, September 16, 2014

GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil hits two-year low; dollar rises ahead of Fed

Reuters, September 15, 2014

U.S. Oil Futures Rebound on Weaker Dollar; Brent Steady

Bloomberg, September 15, 2014

Speculators Cut Gas Bets to 9-Month Low on Supply Growth

Bloomberg, September 14, 2014

Brent Crude Falls to Lowest in 17 Months on Ample Supply

Bloomberg, September 09, 2014

Crude Prices Fall on Demand Worries

Wall Street Journal, September 08, 2014