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“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

“The world is awash in oil,”

Bloomberg, November 21, 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

“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

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

Bloomberg, November 16, 2015

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

Wall Street Journal, November 16, 2015

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

Bloomberg, November 11, 2015

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

Reuters, 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

“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

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

Bloomberg, 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

“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

“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
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