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Your Weekly Update: 28 Aug - 1 Sep

Last week in the world oil: Prices -       Crude prices rose as key refineries and pipelines in the US Gulf resume operations after being shut for Hurricane Harvey. WTI prices recovered to US$48/b, as refining centres around Corpus Christi, Houston and Port Arthur avoided major damage and resumed ...

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Posted 1 year agoOpinion > 2017 Oil industry PredictionsOilandGasFuture of the Oil industry +7

Your Weekly Update: 14 - 18 Aug

Last Week in World Oil:  Prices -       Last week's price rally sputtered out at the start of the week, with Brent at nearly US$52/b and WTI at US$48/b. However, with signs that the global market was rebalancing from chronic oversupply, oil prices have been edging upwards, though a rally to ...

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Posted 1 year agoOpinion > 2017 Oil industry PredictionsFuture of the Oil industryoil industry +7

Your Weekly Update: 31 Jul - 4 Aug

Last week in World oil: Prices -       Oil prices remain stuck – at around US$52/b for Brent and US$50/b for WTI – as BP predicts that crude prices will stay in a range of US$45-55/b over 2018. Although signs are pointing to a slight slowdown, high output from the US is holding prices down, as ...

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Posted 1 year agoOpinion > Future of the Oil industryoil industry2017 Oil industry Predictions +5

Your Weekly Update: 24 - 28 July

Last week in World oil: Prices -       Oil prices are showing some health, as US crude supplies seem to be moderating and the threat of renewed sanctions against Venezuela looms after a chaotic election there. Brent and WTI are clustering around the US$50/b mark, which seems to be the new support ...

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Posted 1 year agoOpinion > oil newsoil industryFuture of the Oil industry

Warren Business Consulting 2017 Industry Predictions

E&P training specialist Warren Business Consulting has launched its annual industry survey to assess the mood of upstream staff around the world. Last year the mood was unrelentingly pessimistic: too much so perhaps, given the increase in the oil price (most respondents forecast a price below $40) ...

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Posted 2 years agoPress > Oil Price predictionsFuture of the Oil industryCareers in Oil & gas +6