OGJ Newsletter

09/24/2001
Market MovementFirst half stockbuild almost erasedOECD stocks declined in July, reports IEA, nearly erasing the large stockbuild that occurred in the first half of this year and putting inventories below year-ago levels. Also, the Paris-based agency has left its forecast of 2001 global oil demand at 76.4 million b/d, unchanged since July.Though released on Sept. 12, this latest IEA report was produced prior to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the US and therefore does not take into account any repercussions.Stock changes Click here to enlarge imagePreliminary estimates for July show that total industry stocks in OECD countries dropped 25.5 million bbl in July, a reversal from the usual ...
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