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     Ja Nein
      schrieb am 28.09.23 13:21:12
      Beitrag Nr. 523 ()
      ...Ölpreis (WTI) knackt kurzzeitig 95-Dollar-Marke – schrumpfende Lagerbestände…
      Der Preis für Rohöl der US-Sorte West Texas Intermediate (WTI) ist heute kurzzeitig auf 95 US-Dollar pro Barrel (159 Liter) gestiegen. Auslöser für den jüngsten Anstieg war laut Bloomberg ein Rückgang der Lagerbestände im wichtigen US-Öllager Cushing, Oklahoma, dem Lieferpunkt für US-Futures.

      "Alles deutet darauf hin, dass die Sorge um eine Angebotsverknappung anhält und sich in den Wintermonaten der nördlichen Hemisphäre sogar noch verschärft", sagte Vandana Hari, Gründerin der Beratungsfirma Vanda Insights, auf Bloomberg TV. "Der Markt ist derzeit sehr angespannt, fast am Rande der Panik."

      Öl (Brent) | 94,05 $
      schrieb am 18.09.23 13:09:33
      Beitrag Nr. 522 ()
      Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 74.307.084 von faultcode am 12.08.23 15:10:2912.08.
      Zitat von faultcode: Öl wird wohl vorerst knapp bleiben:

      so ist es:
      Öl (Brent) | 94,46 $
      schrieb am 12.08.23 15:10:29
      Beitrag Nr. 521 ()
      Öl wird wohl vorerst knapp bleiben:

      OPEC Data Suggest 2 Million-Barrels-a-Day Oil Supply Deficit as Saudis Cut…
      Output from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries tumbled last month as the kingdom implemented a unilateral cutback to shore up markets, according to a report from the group on Thursday.

      The Saudis will maintain the cut this month and next as planned, meaning OPEC’s production could average the current rate about 27.3 million barrels a day for the whole quarter. That’s about 2.26 million a day less than consumers require, potentially resulting in the steepest inventory decline in two years, OPEC data suggest.

      Öl (Brent) | 86,62 $
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      schrieb am 03.07.23 13:13:08
      Beitrag Nr. 520 ()
      Oil Rises as Saudis Pledge to Cut Output, Russia to Curb Exports
      • Riyadh extends voluntary reduction of 1 million barrels a day
      • Brent climbs as much as 1.6% in London, topping $76 a barrel…
      Öl (Brent) | 75,80 $
      schrieb am 05.06.23 09:30:42
      Beitrag Nr. 519 ()
      Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia pledges output cuts…
      Oil prices have risen after Saudi Arabia said it would make cuts of a million barrels per day (bpd) in July.

      Other members of Opec+, a group of oil-producing countries, also agreed to continued cuts in production in an attempt to shore up flagging prices.

      Opec+ accounts for around 40% of the world's crude oil and its decisions can have a major impact on oil prices.

      In Asia trade on Monday, Brent crude oil rose by as much as 2.4% before settling at around $77 a barrel.

      Opec+ said production targets would drop by a further 1.4 million bpd from 2024.

      The seven hour-long meeting on Sunday of the oil-rich nations came against a backdrop of falling energy prices.

      Öl (Brent) | 77,31 $

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      schrieb am 14.04.23 14:00:39
      Beitrag Nr. 518 ()

      OPEC Data Show Oil Cuts Will Cause Widening Supply Shortfall…
      World markets may be under supplied by about 2 million barrels a day in the fourth quarter as a result of cutbacks announced by Saudi Arabia and its partners, according to figures in a report from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

      Riyadh and its partners shocked crude traders and sent prices rallying with the supply reductions announced on April 2. OPEC officials said the move was necessary to deter speculators from making unwarranted wagers against oil, but the International Energy Agency, which advises consuming nations, called the decision a “bad surprise.”

      Russian exports have proved stubbornly resilient despite promises to punch back against international censure over the invasion, though a slow-down in the latest shipping data suggests sanctions may be starting to bite.

      The OPEC+ alliance is scheduled to review output policy for the second half of the year at a meeting in early June.

      Öl (Brent) | 86,18 $
      schrieb am 04.04.23 13:37:34
      Beitrag Nr. 517 ()
      Oil at $100 Is Possible This Quarter, Energy Aspects’ Sen Says…
      Oil has the potential to reach $100 a barrel by late this quarter after OPEC+ announced steep crude output cuts, according to Amrita Sen, the chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects.

      Her view has been that the second half of the year was going to “very bullish,” pushing oil to $100 as long as the global economy was resilient. Now, that move higher could happen sooner, including late in the second quarter, she said in an interview on Bloomberg Television.

      Sen’s view is one of the more bullish calls out there. While Sunday’s surprise OPEC+ production cuts prompted some analysts to revive estimates for $100 oil, Sen’s scenario of prices possibly reaching that target this quarter is faster than many other outlooks.

      Öl (Brent) | 85,63 $
      schrieb am 03.04.23 14:02:26
      Beitrag Nr. 516 ()
      Die Entscheidung der OPEC+ (im Wesentlichen: OPEC + Russland), die Ölproduktion zu drosseln, hat die Ölpreise nach oben springen lassen.…


      Öl (Brent) | 85,05 $
      schrieb am 30.03.23 12:54:20
      Beitrag Nr. 515 ()
      Biden Begins Oil Drilling-Rights Sale in Fresh Blow to Activists…
      Chevron Corp., BP Plc. and other oil giants bid a combined $264 million in a Biden administration oil-drilling auction, a fresh affront to climate activists smarting from the White House’s approval of an Arctic exploration project.

      The offshore sale — one of the nation’s largest ever — held by the Interior Department on Wednesday was one of several required under the Democrats’ climate law as a concession to Senator Joe Manchin to secure the bill’s passage in the Senate.

      Chevron was the high bidder, offering $108 million for the rights to drill 75 tracts, according to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management. BP won 37 bids totaling $46.6 million, while Shell Plc had 21 successful bids amounting to $20.1 million.

      Climate activists including Earthjustice said the 1.7 millon-acre sale, which offered up almost all of the unspoken-for tracts in the Western and Central Gulf, was larger than required. The group filed a lawsuit to block the auction earlier this month.

      Öl (Brent) | 78,32 $
      schrieb am 28.03.23 14:14:36
      Beitrag Nr. 514 ()
      Oil extends year's biggest rally as Iraqi clash curbs exports…
      Oil extended its biggest rally of the year as a clash between Iraq and its Kurdish region curtailed exports, while fears over a fallout from the banking crisis receded.

      West Texas Intermediate futures rose as much as one per cent, after jumping above 5 per cent on Monday in the steepest surge since October. A legal dispute between Iraq, its semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan and Turkey have halted around 400,000 barrels a day of flows from Ceyhan port. Meanwhile, optimism that the worst of the banking turmoil may be over is driving up broader markets.

      Öl (Brent) | 77,81 $
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