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“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

“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

“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

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

Bloomberg, July 17, 2017

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

Fox Business, July 14, 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

“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

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

Bloomberg, June 19, 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

“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

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

Nasdaq, June 06, 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

“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

“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

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

Reuters, June 01, 2017
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