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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates November 01 2017

Oil prices continued to climb this week to levels we haven’t seen since mid 2015 boosted by the improved compliance from OPEC and Russia will extend its deal to cut crude output.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates October 25 2017

The head of oil giant Saudi Aramco yesterday claimed that the lack of recent investments in the oil sector could lead to a shortage of supplies.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates October 18 2017

Ongoing political tensions in the Middle East buoyed oil prices this week.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates October 11 2017

Oil prices rose about 2% yesterday, supported by Saudi Arabian export cuts in November and comments from the OPEC meeting in Moscow that the market is rebalancing after years of oversupply.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates October 4 2017

Earlier today in the meeting in Moscow, the world’s biggest oil producers, Russia and Saudi Arabia, have announced a $1BN fund to invest in energy projects that is expected boost the economic and political partnership between the two countries.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates September 27 2017

According to the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, it is not unreasonable to expect oil prices at $60/bbl by 2020.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates September 20 2017

After Iraqi oil minister’s reported that OPEC members are considering extending the output cuts, oil prices rose for the largest gain in 13 years, with WTI reaching 50.08 USD/bbl and Brent 55.68 USD/bbl.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates September 13 2017

Crude inventories rose by 6.2 Mbbls by the end of last week to 468.8 Mbbls, beating for one more time analysts’ expectations.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, September 6 2017

Oil prices were up again today due to the strong global refining margins and the successful reopening of USG refineries.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, August 30 2017

Tropical Storm Harvey, which has flooded the USG Coast, severely damaged the region’s refining capacity and increased the crude inventories as refiners are no longer able to take more oil. Gasoline futures and other refined product futures and prices continued to soar on fears of fuel shortages across the region.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, August 23 2017

It has been 2 years since the discovery of the Liza oil field and Exxonmobil announced that they have discovered more oil in the Payara reservoir off the coast of Guyana, which increases the total discovery to approximately 500 Mbbls.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, August 16 2017

US crude inventories fell by 9.2Mbbls last week, almost 3 times more than analysts expected.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, August 09 2017

Oil surpassed USD 52/ bbl today ahead of the US stocks report which is expected to show crude stocks down for 6 weeks in a row, however it is still uncertain if the OPEC led oil supply cuts will materialise.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, August 02 2017

Despite the fact that growth in US shale oil production is slowing, it still makes OPEC’s efforts to cut supply and normalize global inventories more difficult, keeping benchmark prices capped at around $50/bbl on this quarter.

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Weekly Tanker Time Charter Estimates, July 26 2017

Oil prices rise for a 3rd straight session after US crude stockpiles fell by 10.2M bbls last week.

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