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“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 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

“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

“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

“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

“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

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

CNBC, March 16, 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

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

The Wall Street Journal, March 13, 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

“trying to stabilize and pick its head up,”

Platts, March 05, 2018

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

Bloomberg, March 05, 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

“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

“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
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