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  1. Physical fundamentals reasserted in oil markets

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    Mon, 15 Dec 2003

  2. Physical fundamentals reassert themselves in oil markets

    Oil markets appear to be edging back towards dominance by mundane physical fundamentals and away from incorporating a geopolitical price premium. If that trend grows in 2004, will the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries continue to succeed with a sustained price-defense strategy? Early ...

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    Mon, 8 Dec 2003

  3. Week of Jan. 12 turning point for oil markets

    The week of Jan. 12 could prove to be a crucial turning point in world oil markets for 2003--and perhaps for a long time to come.

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    Fri, 17 Jan 2003

  4. CERA: Geopolitics, doubt loom over future oil markets

    Continuing political tension in the Middle East as well as uncertainty surrounding the world's oil supplies will create an unsure path for global oil markets in the coming year and beyond, according to the recently released Global Oil Trends 2003, a study conducted by Cambridge Energy Research ...

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    Mon, 24 Feb 2003

  5. Saudi, US officials pledge response to tight oil markets

    Saudi Arabian and US government officials expressed their determination May 17 to respond to tight oil markets that have pushed prices above $50/bbl.

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    Mon, 23 May 2005

  6. Saudi, US officials pledge response to tight oil markets

    Saudi Arabian and US government officials expressed their determination May 17 to respond to tight oil markets that have pushed prices above $50/bbl.

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    Wed, 18 May 2005

  7. Week of Jan. 12 turning point for oil markets

    The week of Jan. 12 could prove to be a crucial turning point in world oil markets for 2003—and perhaps for a long time to come.

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    Mon, 27 Jan 2003

  8. OPEC limited in ability to stabilize oil markets

    OPEC limited in ability to stabilize oil markets What if the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries boosted oil production quotas for the second time in as many months, and the market just shrugged?

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    Mon, 19 Jul 2004

  9. OIL MARKETS BRACE FOR PRICE COLLAPSE AS MIDEAST WAR RAGES AMID OIL GLUT

    Oil markets are bracing for an oil price collapse in 1991 even as war rages in the Persian Gulf. With the perception growing that the long feared threat of losing more Persian Gulf oil supplies in a war has largely dissipated, market fundamentals have again overtaken the spotlight. With that threat ...

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    Mon, 28 Jan 1991

  10. MARKET WATCH: Oil markets volatile pending inventory report

    Oil markets remained volatile Mar. 24 while analysts anticipated a weekly government inventory report showing another climb in US oil and product supplies. US light, sweet crude prices edged up on Mar. 24 to remain under $48/bbl while Brent prices fell modestly to settle at above $55/bbl.

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    Wed, 25 Mar 2015

  11. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil markets close week lower in New York, London

    Crude oil markets closed out the week ended July 11 lower in both New York and London.

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    Mon, 14 Jul 2014

  12. EIA: Global oil markets to tighten in next 2 years

    The US Energy Information Administration anticipates that global crude oil markets will tighten over the next 2 years as annual consumption grows by an average 1.5 million b/d and growth in supplies outside the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries increases less than 100,000 b/d yearly, ...

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    Tue, 11 Jan 2011

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