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#64
Oil Prices Rise After API Reports Staggering Crude Oil Draw | OilPrice.com

The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported a staggeringly large draw of 11.19 million barrels of United States crude oil inventories for the week ending January 5, marking six large draws in as many weeks, according to the API data. Analysts, had expected a much smaller drawdown of 3.89 million barrels in crude oil.

This week, the API is reporting another build in gasoline inventories of 4.338 million barrels for the week ending January 5. Analysts had expected a smaller, 2.625-million-barrel build.
 

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#65
Høyeste oljepris siden 2014

Amerikanske lagertall bidro til å sende oljeprisen til det høyeste nivået siden den dramatiske prisfall-høsten i 2014. Oljeprisen fikk et solid løft tirsdag kveld etter at lagertallene fra American Petroleum Institute viste større nedgang enn ventet.
 

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#72
Is The Rig Count Still Relevant? | OilPrice.com

Vi tar med et par utdrag fra artikkelen:
"The weekly rig count report that Baker Hughes releases is probably on everyone’s not-to-miss schedule. However, its days as one of the most reliable U.S. oil industry growth metrics seem to be numbered: the shale industry has advanced beyond rigs."

"The reason for the confusion is that drillers have learned how to boost production from one single well without adding more rigs. They have learned to make longer laterals—the horizontal part of the well in the shale rock—and they have learned to pump more sand and chemicals into these laterals."
 

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#74
EIA: Shale Oil Output To Rise By 1.8 Million Bpd Through Q1 2019 | OilPrice.com

American crude oil output is set to rise by 1.8 million barrels per day from the nation’s largest shale producing areas over the next year, according to new forecasts by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Just next month, national output will climb up 111,000 bpd.

The Drilling Productivity Report, which tracks production from the seven most prolific basins in the US, also said production in January should touch 6.438 million barrels per day, which is 24,000 bpd higher than December Levels.
 

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#75
API Reports Seventh Large Crude Draw In Seven Weeks | OilPrice.com

The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported a large draw of 5.121 million barrels of United States crude oil inventories for the week ending January 12, marking seven large draws in seven weeks, according to the API data. Analysts had expected a drawdown of 3.588 million barrels in crude oil inventories.

This week, the API is reporting another, although smaller, build in gasoline inventories of 1.782 million barrels for the week ending January 12. Analysts had expected a larger 3.596-million-barrel build.