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EIA Forecast For Week Ending December 28th, 2018
Last week, the EIA posted a negligible draw of only 42,000 barrels in US crude oil inventory, however there was a giant Adjustment figure, most likely on account of the US government shutdown causing interruptions in data collection.
First published Jan 3, 2019 in Data.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending December 21st, 2018
Last week, the EIA posted a draw of only 497,000 barrels in commercial crude oil inventory. This was third draw in a row. Here is our forecast of what happened.
First published Dec 27, 2018 in Data.
Showdown in Sharara
This story is a follow-up of last week's article titled "What on Earth is Happening in Libya?". We provide the latest update on production and exports.
First published Dec 20, 2018 in Data.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending December 14th, 2018
Last week, the EIA reported a draw of 1.204 million barrels for the week ending December 7th, 2018. Our forecast showed a draw of 700,000 barrels, which was a lot closer than 10 million barrel draw from other another source.
First published Dec 18, 2018 in Data.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending December 7th, 2018
Last week, the EIA posted a draw of 7.332 million barrels on account of a new record in exports; at 3.203 million barrels per day. Here is our forecast of last week's crude oil storage change.
First published Dec 11, 2018 in Data.
What on Earth is Happening in Libya?
A lot of headlines and stories are coming out of Libya via media outlets and the National Oil Company (NOC). Here's what we're seeing.
First published Dec 10, 2018 in Data.
Russia's Production Numbers Ahead Of Tomorrow's OPEC Meeting
Oil ministers will gather tomorrow in Vienna to agree on a number of barrels to cut in production in order to "balance the market" or "boost the price", depending on who you ask.
First published Dec 5, 2018 in Data.
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EIA Forecast For Week Ending November 30th, 2018
Last week, EIA reported a build in crude oil inventory of 3,577,000 barrels even though refinery runs are running higher now. Let's see where this week lands us.
First published Dec 4, 2018 in Data.
Satellite Visual Overview of Iran's Tanker Fleet Currently In Iran (2018-11-27)
Using day-fresh satellite imagery, we are able to spot the tankers and VLCC supertankers currently parked in Iran's waters. Most of these vessels are no longer broadcasting their positions via AIS (Automatic Identification System).
First published Nov 27, 2018 in Data.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending November 23rd, 2018
Last week, EIA reported a build of 4.851 million barrels in commercial crude oil. Total storage change for the year is +22.3 million barrels as production has risen by 1.9 million barrels per day since year-to-date. What will the coming EIA report show?
First published Nov 27, 2018 in Data.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending November 16th, 2018
Last week, the EIA reported a crude oil build of 10.269 million barrels as production was placed 100Kbpd higher while exports dropped 400Kbpd from week prior. Here's our forecast for the week!
First published Nov 20, 2018 in Data.
How Much Oil Is Iraq Actually Producing?
We have recalculated Iraq's oil production figures based on all the numbers they provided JODI Data, in addition to the satellite imagery we have collected.
First published Nov 15, 2018 in Data.
EIA forecast for week ending November 9th, 2018
Last week's blunder in our forecast was on account of the EIA production revision we forgot to factor in. Won't happen again! This time, there's been a transfer of 1.4 million barrels from the US SPR to commercial entities. What'll the result show?
First published Nov 14, 2018 in Data.
The Two Versions Of Russia's October Oil Production
Russia's Ministry of Energy released their October report for crude oil and condensates. It amounts to 11.412 million barrels per day in production, 5.5 million barrels per day in exports and 5.542 million barrels per day in refining. Here's what it looks like when we process it.
First published Nov 12, 2018 in Data.
EIA forecast for week ending November 2nd, 2018
Last week's EIA report showed a build of 3.213 million barrels versus our forecast of a 4.556 million barrel build. That means we were on the right side of zero for seven weeks straight! What'll it look like this time?
First published Nov 6, 2018 in Data.