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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.


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...

Market Rebalancing? July 25, 2017

Today, both OPEC and non-OPEC ministers met in St. Petersburg to review overall compliance concerning their agreement to reduce crude production. This meeting (like all meetings) was viewed as being...

OPEC Meeting Preview May 23, 2017

The long-anticipated OPEC meeting to address the possible extension of the OPEC/non-OPEC production cut agreement concluded last November will finally take place this week in Vienna. Over the past...

OPEC Extension April 21, 2017

In our last News Flash entitled “Increased Volatility Ahead” we concluded by stating - “we suspect that in the coming weeks/months we will see an elevated level of volatility...

Increased Volatility Ahead February 27, 2017

OPEC’s agreement to curtail production in late November immediately boosted crude oil prices. Over the past months, both WTI and Brent have traded in a fairly narrow band -...