01/08/2009 |
TTF Gas Grafiek (/MWh)
Wed, 07 Jan 2009 17:09

WDNW 24.051
Feb-09 22.185
Mar-09 22.044
Apr-09 19.341
Q2-09 18.532
Q3-09 18.342
Q4-09 23.234
Q1-10 25.056
Sum-09 18.436
Win-09 24.135
Sum-10 21.132
Win-10 25.849
Cal-10 22.917
Cal-11 24.040
Cal-12 24.388



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- NYME (New York Merchantile Exchange) ` Light Sweet Crude Oil 5,95 , 12,25% - 42,63 .

ֳ ` Brent Crude Oil IE (InterContinental Exchange Futures) 4,67 - 45,86 .

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      Inventories of crude oil rose 6.68 million barrels to 325.4 million barrels last week, the highest since May, the Energy Department said today in a weekly report.

      Supplies were forecast to increase by 800,000 barrels, according to the median of forecasts by 14 analysts in a Bloomberg News survey.

      We have the making of a huge glut here, said Phil Flynn, senior trader at Alaron Trading Corp. in Chicago. Supplies are more than adequate and should continue to rise because demand is so poor.

      U.S. fuel consumption during the four weeks ended Jan. 2 averaged 20.1 million barrels a day, down 2.9 percent from a year earlier, the Energy Department report showed.

      Imports of crude oil increased 13 percent to 10.5 million barrels a day last week, the biggest one-week gain since the week ended Oct. 3, when the Gulf Coast was recovering from hurricanes Gustav and Ike.

      Geopolitical Tension

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      Yesterday, crude reached a five-week high on the conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Russias gas dispute with Ukraine, and signs that OPEC members are enacting supply cuts. It later fell as manufacturing data indicated the U.S. recession is deepening.

      Weak Economy

      The violence in Gaza and the natural-gas crisis in Europe arent enough to keep the rally going when the economy is so weak, said Gene McGillian, an analyst at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Connecticut. It looks like the $50 area will be the top of our range.

      Frontline Ltd., the worlds biggest owner of supertankers, said oil traders want to charter as many as 10 vessels to hold crude to take advantage of higher prices later in the year.


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