Crude Oil

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manager10.00%EN03/30/201430/03/2014
major90.00%EN02/20/201420/02/2014
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Crude OilEN97.15%
CRUDE OILEN1.22%
Crude OilSA0.81%
Crude. OilEN0.81%


 
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Robert Yawger wrote ( about Crude Oil ) : “There is no doubt that the storm that swept the country did kill demand for a large part of the reporting period, but Crude Oil production was not down 4 million (barrels per day), and the refinery run rate was not down 3 million (barrels per day) during the reporting period,” External link

beaumontenterprise Wednesday, February 24, 2021 7:29:00 PM EAT

John Magufuli said ( about Crude Oil ) : “When we strike oil, we will simply connect those areas to the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline,” External link

theafricareport Monday, September 14, 2020 7:24:00 PM EAT

Conor Faughnan said ( about Crude Oil ) : "The good news, however, is that this increase is not at the same level we saw prices climb by last month and that the cost of both fuels remain significantly below where they were at the start of the year or 12 months ago. “We can’t truly know where prices are heading as demand, both home and abroad, is very much linked to restrictions introduced to tackle the spread of COVID-19. If we see a global move to re-introduce lockdown-style restrictions then we could see pump prices fall again, but if schools go ahead with opening and more aspects of society start to open up in the coming weeks, then demand and pump prices could increase”. Following significant drops earlier in the year, crude oil prices have continued to trend upwards - but still remain significantly below levels seen before the COVID-19 outbreak. Currently, Brent Crude Oil is trading at approximately $45 per barrel, up from a price of $43 per barrel in late June. However, this price of crude oil remains significantly below prices of up to $65 per barrel seen in late 2019. “Traditionally, we would see pump prices climb as we come into the late-autumn and winter period as the return of schools, change in weather conditions, and reduced daylight lead to an increase in car usage," External link

longfordleader Sunday, August 23, 2020 10:37:00 PM EAT

Conor Faughnan said ( about Crude Oil ) : "The good news, however, is that this increase is not at the same level we saw prices climb by last month and that the cost of both fuels remain significantly below where they were at the start of the year or 12 months ago. “We can’t truly know where prices are heading as demand, both home and abroad, is very much linked to restrictions introduced to tackle the spread of COVID-19. If we see a global move to re-introduce lockdown-style restrictions then we could see pump prices fall again, but if schools go ahead with opening and more aspects of society start to open up in the coming weeks, then demand and pump prices could increase”. Following significant drops earlier in the year, crude oil prices have continued to trend upwards - but still remain significantly below levels seen before the COVID-19 outbreak. Currently, Brent Crude Oil is trading at approximately $45 per barrel, up from a price of $43 per barrel in late June. However, this price of crude oil remains significantly below prices of up to $65 per barrel seen in late 2019. “Traditionally, we would see pump prices climb as we come into the late-autumn and winter period as the return of schools, change in weather conditions, and reduced daylight lead to an increase in car usage," External link

donegaldemocrat Sunday, August 23, 2020 3:50:00 PM EAT

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Crude Oil

Last updated on 2014-04-22T08:17+0300.

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Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
manager10.00%EN03/30/201430/03/2014
major90.00%EN02/20/201420/02/2014
Names Lang Count
Crude OilEN97.15%
CRUDE OILEN1.22%
Crude OilSA0.81%
Crude. OilEN0.81%


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Robert Yawger wrote ( about Crude Oil ) : “There is no doubt that the storm that swept the country did kill demand for a large part of the reporting period, but Crude Oil production was not down 4 million (barrels per day), and the refinery run rate was not down 3 million (barrels per day) during the reporting period,” External link

beaumontenterprise Wednesday, February 24, 2021 7:29:00 PM EAT

John Magufuli said ( about Crude Oil ) : “When we strike oil, we will simply connect those areas to the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline,” External link

theafricareport Monday, September 14, 2020 7:24:00 PM EAT

Conor Faughnan said ( about Crude Oil ) : "The good news, however, is that this increase is not at the same level we saw prices climb by last month and that the cost of both fuels remain significantly below where they were at the start of the year or 12 months ago. “We can’t truly know where prices are heading as demand, both home and abroad, is very much linked to restrictions introduced to tackle the spread of COVID-19. If we see a global move to re-introduce lockdown-style restrictions then we could see pump prices fall again, but if schools go ahead with opening and more aspects of society start to open up in the coming weeks, then demand and pump prices could increase”. Following significant drops earlier in the year, crude oil prices have continued to trend upwards - but still remain significantly below levels seen before the COVID-19 outbreak. Currently, Brent Crude Oil is trading at approximately $45 per barrel, up from a price of $43 per barrel in late June. However, this price of crude oil remains significantly below prices of up to $65 per barrel seen in late 2019. “Traditionally, we would see pump prices climb as we come into the late-autumn and winter period as the return of schools, change in weather conditions, and reduced daylight lead to an increase in car usage," External link

longfordleader Sunday, August 23, 2020 10:37:00 PM EAT

Conor Faughnan said ( about Crude Oil ) : "The good news, however, is that this increase is not at the same level we saw prices climb by last month and that the cost of both fuels remain significantly below where they were at the start of the year or 12 months ago. “We can’t truly know where prices are heading as demand, both home and abroad, is very much linked to restrictions introduced to tackle the spread of COVID-19. If we see a global move to re-introduce lockdown-style restrictions then we could see pump prices fall again, but if schools go ahead with opening and more aspects of society start to open up in the coming weeks, then demand and pump prices could increase”. Following significant drops earlier in the year, crude oil prices have continued to trend upwards - but still remain significantly below levels seen before the COVID-19 outbreak. Currently, Brent Crude Oil is trading at approximately $45 per barrel, up from a price of $43 per barrel in late June. However, this price of crude oil remains significantly below prices of up to $65 per barrel seen in late 2019. “Traditionally, we would see pump prices climb as we come into the late-autumn and winter period as the return of schools, change in weather conditions, and reduced daylight lead to an increase in car usage," External link

donegaldemocrat Sunday, August 23, 2020 3:50:00 PM EAT