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  Ports       380 cSt 180 cSt MDO:DMB (d) MGO:DMA Date
Rotterdam(NL) Market Indications
LSFO < 1.0%
Ex Barge     458
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Weak oil prices to continue, demand outlook bleak-industry

2014-10-31 - * Brent seen averaging between $80-$90 per barrel in 2015 * Global oil demand growth seen at 500,000-1 million bpd * OPEC expected to maintain production quotas at Nov meeting Oil prices are likely to be mired near their lowest levels in more than four years in 2015 and investments will take a backseat, underlining a gloomy outlook for the industry. A global supply glut and demand concerns have battered oil prices, wiping out a quarter of their value over four months and putting some high-cost energy projects at risk. Delegates a... Read more

EIA study removes final barrier to U.S. oil exports: Kemp

2014-10-31 - Gasoline prices in all parts of the United States are tied to Brent rather than the domestic crude oil benchmark WTI, according to a detailed study published on Thursday by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The EIA study removes the last principled objection to lifting the ban on U.S. crude oil exports - namely that it would lift domestic oil prices and through them the cost of filling up at the pump. "While crude oil prices matter to those involved in producing oil or refining oil into products, most Americans and the pol... Read more

Brent Oil Set for Longest Run of Weekly Losses Since ’02

2014-10-31 - Brent crude headed for a sixth weekly loss, the longest decline since 2002, as OPEC boosted production to a 14-month high amid a global surplus. West Texas Intermediate was on track for its biggest monthly decline in more than two years. Futures fell as much as 1.9 percent in London, bringing October’s drop to about 11 percent. Both Brent and WTI are headed for their biggest monthly declines since 2012. Output from the 12-member Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries increased by 53,000 barrels a day to 30.974 million, a third m... Read more