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“The market traded higher on expectations that the production increases could be less than the full 1.5 million bpd, at300,000 to 600,000 bpd, “

Nasdaq, June 18, 2018

“We saw a bit of a reversal after the inventory numbers came out,”

Bloomberg, June 13, 2018

“The market opened on a strong note, but this is not a weather-related push,”

Platts, June 11, 2018

“The question about production cuts is the hammer that really drove the market lower,”

Bloomberg, May 30, 2018

“The market kind of overextended itself, ”

Bloomberg, May 27, 2018

“We’re starting to see growing concerns that producers could cut back on their output cuts,”

Bloomberg, May 25, 2018

“The fundamental picture continues to show signs of tightening,”

Bloomberg, May 22, 2018

“Brent pushed past $80 a barrel last week for the first time since 2014, and the market may again try to clear that hurdle”

Reuters, May 20, 2018

“I think we’re approaching such a significant geopolitical risk premium that both markets are vulnerable to turnaround if we get the right spark,”

Platts, May 17, 2018

“The new pricing system is innovative because the traditional way to gather pricing involves multiple manual steps that are performed using email and phone calls,”

Commercial Property Executive , May 17, 2018

“We are going to have reduced supplies from Iran in six months and Venezuela hasn’t shown that they can stop the drop in their supplies,”

Reuters, May 17, 2018

“We rallied as the day went on,”

Reuters, May 14, 2018

“The concerns surrounding events unfolding in Israel and Syria, with Iran, put a little spark in the market, but we need to see further escalation to really drive it,”

Bloomberg, May 10, 2018

“Venezuela seemed to get support over the last year fromRussia and China. So now there’s the question of what kind ofdeal will they have to make in order to get even more support?”

Reuters, May 07, 2018

“The dollar is again putting some selling pressure in the market and we’re also seeing expectations that we’ll see another week of rising U.S. crude oil inventories,”

Bloomberg, May 01, 2018

“The strength of the dollar is where the pressure is coming from,”

Rueters, April 30, 2018

“The turnaround from yesterday seems to be the re-pricing of geopolitical risk, especially of the United States potentially pulling out from the Iranian nuclear agreement,”

Nasdaq, April 26, 2018

“The geopolitical risk in the market has a pretty high premium,”

Reuters, April 25, 2018

“The rally seems to be intact and is looking for the next spark to push it higher. That spark could come from reinstituting sanctions. But not only is there the possibility of sanctions on Iran, but there’s also the possibility of Venezuelan and Russian sanctions,”

Reuters, April 25, 2018

“We’re still really nestled within 3-1/2 year highs,”

Nasdaq, April 24, 2018

“We continue to watch whether the fundamental picture continues to tighten,”

Nasdaq, April 23, 2018

“We continue to watch whether the fundamental picture continues to tighten,”

Nasdaq, April 23, 2018

“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
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