News Flash Service

News Flash Service
National and global events such as energy policy, politics, geopolitics, and monetary policy have an effect on energy prices. NUS provides clients with a News Flash service which provides commentary on current events and their short and long term impact on energy prices. News Flashes are issued whenever a significant event, whether local or global, influences energy markets.

UK – Chancellor’s Budget Statement October 30, 2018

​29 October 2018: In his Budget Statement speech, the Chancellor covered much ground. However in his speech there was no mention of energy (although sustainability and recycling were touched upon) […]

Research Note – Iran Nuclear Deal Certification May 7, 2018

In the past weeks there has been an increasing focus on whether the United States will continue to participate in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (“JCPOA”) – generally referred […]

Geopolitical Risk Returns April 13, 2018

​With the first quarter now behind us, it is an opportune time to review the global energy markets and assess the underlying forces moving prices. During the first quarter, crude […]

A Breakout but for How Long? November 17, 2017

In the past month crude oil prices, which had been trading in a fairly defined range, broke out to the upside. This breakout lifted prices for both WTI and Brent […]

Range Bound September 18, 2017

Recently energy markets have traded in a fairly narrow band looking for a reason to break out or break down. Market participants appear to be confused by numerous cross currents […]