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Daily (13.02.2018): EU carbon prices jumped by 2.7% to attain a three-week peak

Oil markets were slightly bearish on Monday after world equities began to recover from losses in their biggest one-week decline in two years, while weaker dollar made crude cheaper for other currency holders. Brent crude slipped by 0.3% to close at $62.59. WTI crude increased by 0.2% to settle at $59.29 per barrel.

read more... 13/02/2018


Daily (09.10.2017): European prompt prices soared to peaks last seen in February

Oil prices dropped on Friday, as a week of profit-taking and the return of oversupply worries led the market lower, breaking a multi-week bull run. Losses in the oil market were also a consequence of a stronger dollar.

read more... 09/10/2017


Daily (20.09.2017): WTI crude price dipped to $49.48 a barrel on increased U.S. shale production

Oil markets dipped on Tuesday, influenced by increasing U.S. shale production and worries that another hurricane hitting the Caribbean could affect refineries and disrupt delivery to and from the United States.

read more... 20/09/2017


Premier Oil: A stake in North Sea gas field for sale

The Premier Oil company intends to find a buyer for a half of its stake in the Babbage gas field, in the North Sea, pursuing the idea of reducing the debts accumulated at the time when the crisis hit the oil market.

read more... 15/09/2017


Daily (01.09.2017): European carbon prices dropped by 1.3% on Tuesday, below €6 level

Oil prices rose slightly on Thursday, contrary to the expectations of the OPEC, as oil traders focused more on Hurricane Harvey’s hit on oil demand than the impact of supply disruptions. For some veteran OPEC officials, Hurricane Harvey’s impact on global oil markets was quite strange, as the storm has led to some of the biggest disruptions to U.S. energy infrastructure, but failed to boost strongly the crude prices. Brent crude ended $1.52, or almost 3% up at $52.38, while the WTI price grew by 2.76% at $47.23 a barrel.

read more... 01/09/2017