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dinepat203 367 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 12, 2016 3:44 PM Member since: Sep 29, 2011
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  • dinepat203 by dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 3:44 PM Flag

    Tuesday may be Crude $38 ...OPEC decision came after Asian Mkt closed and India China is worlds Largest oil consumers will buy huge orders on production cut..

  • dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 3:38 PM Flag

    Finally Reuter confirmed this shortfall in rigs counts today in the afternoon.

  • dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 3:15 PM Flag

    Recalculate your fundamental....ouchh may be.huge error .lol

  • dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 3:11 PM Flag

    Once it cross $81 then $84 ...quite easy and your fundamentals will work for sure..

  • dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 2:21 PM Flag

    Instead of taking a chance to cover they established new short position and now it getting more crazy..

  • dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 1:58 PM Flag

    CNBC stopped Video to allow short cover?

  • dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 1:49 PM Flag

    U.S. crude prices jumped as much as 13 percent on Friday after a report once again suggested OPEC might resort to a production cut to reduce the world glut, and resilient stock markets and the euro added to the risk appetite in oil.

    Also on Friday, oilfield services firm Baker Hughes reported the number of oil rigs drilling in U.S. fields fell by 28 to a total of 439, compared with 1,056 at this time last year.

    The about-turn came after one of the most volatile weeks for oil, with prices initially falling nearly 14 percent over a four-day stretch before springing back higher.

    The United Arab Emigrates' energy minister said the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries was willing to cooperate on an output cut, the Wall Street Journal reported after Thursday's settlement in U.S. and Brent crude futures. He also said cheap oil was forcing supply reductions that would help rebalance the market.

    The UAE's comments, coming after vain efforts earlier in the week by Venezuela and Russia to stir Saudi Arabia and other major producers into agreeing to output cuts, was initially greeted with skepticism by many traders.

  • Oil rises as much as 13% on production-cut hope
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    hahahahah

    by jeremyjc76 Feb 11, 2016 11:04 AM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 1:39 PM Flag

    Not trillion but but every $1 down xom brings mkt cap down by $4.2 billions..

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    OPEC meeting successful at last!

    by denielpeter Feb 12, 2016 12:40 PM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 1:34 PM Flag

    World Market reacted positive its just few short at WallStreet probably wants cover huge short position creating confusion.. Venezuela Oil Minister and Nigerian Oil Minister both are in UAE(Dubai)

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    OPEC meeting successful at last!

    by denielpeter Feb 12, 2016 12:40 PM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 1:01 PM Flag

    I think now Oil will be back to $38 by Monday Open ...OPEC already released PR saying All OPEC members agreed for production cut...UP is the Trend now on!

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    OPEC meeting successful at last!

    by denielpeter Feb 12, 2016 12:40 PM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 12, 2016 12:52 PM Flag

    Shorts watch out!!!!!
    Oil storms higher fueled by more jawboning from OPEC members
    Feb 12, 2016 12:39

  • DUBAI/LONDON, Feb 11 Some OPEC countries are trying to achieve a consensus among the group and key non-members for an oil production "freeze", sources familiar with the discussions say, in an attempt to tackle the global glut without cutting supply.

    Top exporter Saudi Arabia might be warming to the idea, though it was too early to say whether the kingdom would give its blessing because any deal depends mainly on a commitment by Iran to restrict its plan to boost exports, the sources said.

    The proposal of a production "freeze" at current levels was floated by Venezuelan Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino during his tour of producing countries this month which included Russia, Iran, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, they said.

    "The Venezuelan oil minister wants to organise a meeting before OPEC's June meeting if there is consensus on either a production cut or at least a production 'freeze'," one source familiar with the matter said.

    "There is an ongoing discussion to meet soon for a freeze deal. That's what's happening now," the source said, adding that at least Russia and Qatar had given their initial agreement if there were a consensus among other producers.

  • Sophie Shevarnadze: International oil economist, World Bank consultor, Dr. Mamdouh G. Salameh , thank you for being with us today. So, doctor, Saudi officials have denied reports that OPEC has offered a 5% oil production cut; however, there are signal coming from Riyadh and Baghdad that they are ready to accept the cuts, if OPEC agrees on it. Iran is not planning any cuts in the near future, and then you have President of Venezuela, an OPEC member, saying that world's top oil producers are close to forging a deal to restore oil prices. So, who are we to believe, who is bluffing here?

    Mamdouh G. Salameh: There's no smoke without fire. Certainly, there has been a lot of reports about possible agreements between OPEC members and Russia about cutting oil production in order to bolster the oil price. Of course, OPEC waits for Russia also to help, but the fact remains that OPEC was responsible in the first place about the glut in the market, because its members have been producing 2.2 million barrels a day above their production sealing. So they have a responsibility towards the oil prices and towards their members to cut production. I am sure that if they do that, Russia will match their cut, but they are using, possibly, half a million barrel a day to support the oil price.

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    Buffet buying at wrong time.

    by mvp3243 Feb 8, 2016 11:51 AM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 8, 2016 12:28 PM Flag

    When everybody sell you buy...WB formula.

  • dinepat203 by dinepat203 Feb 8, 2016 10:34 AM Flag

    According to the Natural Gas Supply Association, Chesapeake trailed only ExxonMobil among natural gas producers in the first half of 2015, at a volume of 2,979 MMcf per day.

  • dinepat203 by dinepat203 Feb 8, 2016 10:14 AM Flag

    And when there’s blood, there’s sharks and one of the biggest sharks of all is activist investor Carl Icahn.

  • dinepat203 by dinepat203 Feb 8, 2016 9:45 AM Flag

    Feb 7 (Reuters) - Less than two months into the year, the top U.S. shale oil companies have already cut their budget for 2016 a second time as the relentless drop in oil prices continues to erode their cash flow.

    With oil prices firmly wedged in the low $30-per-barrel range, oil producers are deferring spending on new wells and projects.

    "Companies' language has shifted towards preserving balance sheets and cash, and keeping expenditure within cash-flows, which means that budgets are going to fall further," said Topeka Capital Markets analyst Gabriele Sorbara.

    Eighteen of the top 30 U.S. oil companies by output have so far outlined their spending plans for 2016. They have reduced their budget by 40 percent on average, steeper than most analysts' expectations, according to a Reuters analysis.

    These 30 companies had, on average, lowered their spending plans for 2016 by more than 70 percent last year.

    Some such as Hess Corp and ConocoPhillips, who had already planned to spend less this year than in 2015, have now further cut their capital expenditure targets. Others are expected to follow suit.

    But, is there room for further cuts?

    While reduced prices for oilfield services and increased efficiencies have helped companies scale back spending, many industry experts say there may not be room for further cuts.

    "It's almost like a 80/20 rule - 80 pct of the cost reduction has already occurred, another 20 percent remains," said Rob Thummel, a portfolio manager at Tortoise Capital Advisors LLC.

    Although, the reduced spending has not yet impacted shale output, production is expected to start falling by the end of the year.

    "The capital cuts that the industry is making should result in ... a supply shock to the downside," ConocoPhillips' chief executive, Ryan Lance, said on Thursday.

    U.S. crude oil production is expected to decline to 8.5 million barrels per day (mmb/d) in November 2016, from 9.2 mmb/d in December 2015, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

    Even if the supply cuts lead to a recovery in oil prices, spending on exploration and production is not expected to bounce back immediately.

    "If you're burning cash during low oil prices - and the longer that happens, the more pressure on the balance sheet - that means in a recovery scenario, it's likely going to take longer for producers to commit to larger capex budgets," said Fraser McKay, an analyst at energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie.

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    XOM looks ready to go, meanwhile…

    by reagannegus Feb 5, 2016 2:56 PM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 5, 2016 3:21 PM Flag

    I think Citi hire #$%$, By Katy Barnato she is stupid to report Mark Grant also a Psycho says " there is a cloude in Black hole and World economy trapped in ?death spiral?...LOL

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    GOES X GOES X

    by chart2001 Feb 5, 2016 2:20 PM
    dinepat203 dinepat203 Feb 5, 2016 2:42 PM Flag

    Oil below $31 be careful manipulation waiting to dump?

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