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What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (October 15, 2018)?

Brent and WTI have backed off recent highs. Brent fell $2.42/bbl last week to average $82.54/bbl.

HEADLINES: Hurricane Michael’s Effect On Oil, Gas Production

HEADLINES: Hurricane Michael’s Effect On Oil, Gas Production

Plus, Exxon Mobil donates to a PAC promoting U.S. carbon tax, offshore drillers Ensco and Rowan agree to merge and Chevron exits Norway.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (October 8, 2018)?

Brent continued its meteoric rise, increasing $3.19/bbl last week to average $84.96/bbl.

HEADLINES: Canada's LNG Outlook Gets Boost; Exxon Mobil Reportedly Shopping GoM Assets

Canada's energy industry got a boost this week from an LNG project FID. Plus Encana exits the San Juan Basin, Husky makes a play for MEG Energy and reports that Exxon Mobil is exploring the sale of its Gulf of Mexico assets.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (October 1, 2018)?

Brent rose $2.97/bbl to average $81.77/bbl last week as markets responded very poorly to the news that OPEC had no firm plan for raising production.

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Atlantic Sunrise Is Given Its Finishing Touches

Hart Energy gets a look at the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline prior to its full service. The pipeline will relieve Marcellus bottlenecks and open new markets to a treasure trove of natural gas.

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HEADLINES: Eagle Ford Thrives; Aramco Chief On IPO; Trump Blasts OPEC, Again

Executives touted the Eagle Ford's commercial attractiveness during an industry event. Also, Aramco CEO discussed SABIC integration and the future of an IPO while President Trump railed against oil prices and OPEC to the U.N.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (September 24, 2018)?

Brent rose only $0.31/bbl last week to average $78.80/bbl as WTI rose $1.34/bbl to average $70.29/bbl.

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HEADLINES: Oil Output Will Rise; Mexico Begins Contract Review

The EIA forecasts U.S. oil output to rise but at its lowest level since 2016 plus Mexico’s president-elect follows through on his promise, Tall City’s Permian return and a new destination for U.S. LNG.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (September 17, 2018)?

Brent rose $1.10/bbl last week to average $78.49/bbl as WTI rose only $0.42/bbl to average $68.95/bbl.

Headlines: EPA Takes Aim At Obama-Era Methane Rule

Headlines: EPA Takes Aim At Obama-Era Methane Rule

Also this week, California’s plans for 100% carbon-free energy, U.S. dry natural gas production to reach an all-time high and updates on Hurricane Florence.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (September 10, 2018)?

Brent rose $0.49/bbl last week to average $77.38/bbl, and WTI fell $0.86/bbl to average $68.53/bbl.

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