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By Dominick Chirichella | May 20, 2015
By Dominick Chirichella | October 30, 2013
The tale of two crudes this week with the spot WTI contract once again under strong selling pressure while the spot Brent contract is modestly higher. The Brent/WTI spread widened by more than 10% overnight.
By Dominick Chirichella | January 16, 2013
In spite of market participants focusing more of their attention on the perception of what global oil demand might be down the road, the nearby fundamentals remains mostly biased to the bearish side.
By Dominick Chirichella | August 8, 2012
EIA estimates that world liquids consumption will outpace production by 0.9 million bb/d in the third quarter, as world demand reaches its seasonal peak.
By Dominick A. Chirichella | January 18, 2012
Oil continues to hang on geopolitical tensions, particularly those related to Iran. As such, expect inventories to remain secondary
By Dominick A. Chirichella | June 29, 2011
Weekly analysis of API and EIA supply and outlook reports
By Dominick A. Chirichella | January 20, 2010
Dominick Chirichella's weekly review of the Energy Information Administration's energy inventory report.
By Dominick A. Chirichella | August 5, 2009
Quote of the Day “Everything in the universe goes by indirection. There are no straight lines.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
By Dominick A. Chirichella | October 13, 2008
A busy weekend with government, central banks and company meetings taking place all over the world. So far the market is interpreting these meetings and actions positively as the dollar is weaker,