|Iraq >> 8/16/2006 - Iraq struck a deal to supply Jordan with cheap oil on Tuesday by laying a new pipeline across the desert between them, the countries' prime ministers announced Tuesday.|
"Iraq and Jordan hav...
|Austria >> 8/16/2006 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The petroleum market began on a bullish note in July due to the prospect of healthy demand. The Basket continued to rally in the first week of the month ignited by ...
|Austria >> 8/16/2006 - OECD|
OECD crude oil imports continued their upward trend increasing a further 113,000 b/d to average 31.9 mb/d in July, the highest level so far in 2006. When compared to a year earli...
|Iran >> 8/8/2006 - Managing director of Qeshm Oil Industries and Energy Development Company (OEID) noted that development of Paydar, Paydar Gharb, Serkan, Dehloran, Sa’adatabad, Maleh Kuh, Khesht, Sarvestan, and Cheshme...|
|United States >> 7/19/2006 - The impact of substantially higher retail prices has apparently permeated further into consumers’ travel behavior in recent months. The result has been a second-quarter decline in gasoline deliveries....|
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/18/2006 - Sinopec Hainan Petrochemical Corp. recently completed the construction of its grassroots refinery in Hainan, with a crude distillation capacity of 160,000 barrels per day.|
|Austria >> 7/17/2006 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The market began June on a bearish note on eased geopolitical tensions. However, several refinery glitches and concern over light sweet crude supply from Nigeria he...
|Austria >> 7/17/2006 - OECD|
Preliminary data shows that OECD crude oil imports continued to increase for the third consecutive month to reach 31.82 mb/d in June, driven by US imports. Even though the increase ...
|Saudi Arabia >> 7/9/2006 - Chevron Corp. and Saudi oil officials say initial results from a pilot project to tap heavy crude reserves by injecting steam are promising and could boost the kingdom's estimated reserves by "tens of...|
|Iraq >> 6/25/2006 - Iraq has sold 4 million barrels of Kirkuk crude to U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil and Turkish oil refiner Tupras, the first exports from its troubled northern Kirkuk fields in nearly a year. Iraq's state...|
|Austria >> 6/19/2006 - OPEC Reference Basket|
The petroleum market began in May with a continuation of the bullish tune from the previous two months. Market jitteriness was inspired by tensions in the Middle Ea...
|Austria >> 6/19/2006 - OECD|
OECD crude oil imports increased a marginal 51,000 b/d in May to average around 31.7 mb/d and product imports stood at 11.0 mb/d, up 37,000 b/d from the previous month. Similarly, c...
|Iran >> 4/22/2006 - Bandar Abbas Refinery is slated to receive the heavy crude from Sorush and Noruz oil fields and then turn it into gasoline, noted the Oil Minister Kazem Vaziri Hamaneh. “Given the crude oil from the f...|
|Oman >> 4/18/2006 - Oman’s Ministry of Oil and Gas (MOG) and the Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) announced the successful completion of their joint working group’s efforts to develop a new Middle East sour crude ...|
|Austria >> 4/18/2006 - OPEC Reference Basket: The petroleum market began the month on an upward trend due revived fear of a supply shortfall amid ongoing political tensions in both the Middle East and West Africa. Concerns ...|
|Austria >> 4/18/2006 - Nymex WTI crude oil futures began in March in a volatile mode. Concern in the geopolitical arena continued, although somewhat balanced by continued high OPEC output amid a call to keep quotas steady i...|
|Austria >> 4/18/2006 - Estimate for 2005: With preliminary figures available for the first time for the whole of 2005, global oil demand
appears to have grown by almost 1 mb/d or 1.2% to average 83.1 mb/d in 2005. The esti...|
|Austria >> 4/18/2006 - Non-OPEC|
Estimate for 2005: Non-OPEC supply in 2005 is expected to average 50.1 mb/d, representing an increase of 0.2 mb/d over 2004. Baseline revisions to the 2004 and 2005 estimates hav...
|Austria >> 4/18/2006 - Preliminary data shows OECD crude oil imports in March fell by 27,000 b/d to 31.7 mb/d while product imports
rose by 15,000 b/d to almost 11 mb/d. The drop in crude oil imports for the first time t...|
|Austria >> 4/18/2006 - Estimate for 2005: The estimated demand for OPEC crude in 2005 (a-b) has been revised to 28.8 m/d, representing an increase of 0.6 mb/d from last year and a revision of 0.1 mb/d. In the same year, OPE...|