Published: Fri, February 16, 2018
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Crude oil prices continue to rise amid recovery of global capital markets

Crude oil prices continue to rise amid recovery of global capital markets

Futures in NY advanced, breaking a six-session string of losses.

As crude begins to recover after its worst decline in two years, it seems like a decisive moment to cash in on the decline of the global oil inventory precipitated by OPEC's supply-cut pact.

The prestigious Award, which is presented annually by the U.K.'s Energy Institute and Gulf Intelligence, is also in recognition of the leadership displayed by H.E. Al-Falih in guiding some 20 producing countries from around the world to find common objective in cooperation to reach over 100% compliance with cuts and extend the oil supply pact for a second year through to the end of 2018. Goldman found that while drivers of higher oil prices, such as healthy global demand, the possibility of supply disruptions and US producer discipline persist, investors expressed concerns about that last bit. If we can break down below the $60 level, the market should go much lower, perhaps reaching down to the $50 level by the summertime. On the agenda the situation in the oil market. "Inventories will continue to drop".

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"The increase over the last month has been driven primarily from private producers", US bank Goldman Sachs said in a note to clients on Monday. "It will come back", Kuwaiti Oil Minister, Bakheet Al-Rashidi told reporters in Kuwait City. "Compliance with output cuts by non-OPEC countries was 85 percent", said the report.

U.S. WTI futures were down 0.10 percent as of 11:34 a.m. GMT on Tuesday, to $59.23 per barrel. Total volume traded was about 16% above the 100-day average.

Shale drillers in places such as West Texas, Oklahoma and North Dakota may imperil the carefully-laid plans of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and fellow travelers like Russian Federation and Mexico.

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On Monday, OPEC announced its expectation that global demand would increase by 1.59 bpd in 2018, to 98.6 million bpd.

Now Goldman has revised further up its global oil demand growth forecast, to reflect strong emerging market economies that will drive oil demand growth.

Be that as it may, with unrefined costs on the ascent, shale makers, especially in the U.S. - who are not gathering to the arrangement and whose overheads are lower than the oil majors - are increase yield to capitalize on the blast. If we do, I think we will continue the overall downtrend. Russian President Vladimir Putin "did not met and did not discuss" this matter with OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo, he added.

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Gasoline futures fell 1.3% to settle at $1.6785/gal.

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