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“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

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

Washington Post, September 26, 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

“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

“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
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