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

Washington Post, June 23, 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

“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

“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

“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

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

fin24, 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

“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 is catching its breath after a strong rally,”

Globe and Mail, 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
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