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In our third episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Tavis and Kevin investigate the true cost to produce a barrel of oil in different areas around the world. By
In our second episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Tavis and Kevin highlight the troubled financial history of domestic E&P companies in the five years leading up to the
In this episode your host Tavis speaks on Wyoming owning part of Colorado, the influence on solid commodities of those that are liquid and gas, and a whole slew of
In our premier episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Tavis and Kevin highlight what global oil demand will look like in a post-COVID society. From Petrochemicals to Personal Transportation,
Join your host Tavis as things get a little spicy this episode. Environmental activist silenced after apologizing for inciting “alarmist” amongst community, pipelines perish, and inventories finally begin to diminish!
The worst of the coronavirus induced oil crash seems to have bottomed out as storage inventories saw fairly dramatic drawdowns in the final weeks of May, a reversal of events from the past several months. Such relief may be all but eliminated in the ensuing week as an influx of nearly fifty million barrels of foreign crude oil is about to reach the U.S. Gulf and West coasts. The volume of incoming crude may offset most of the production cuts generated by domestic operators and extend low oil prices until the inventories can be worked back down.
There is a strong inverse relationship between crude storage levels seen at the Cushing, Oklahoma facility and WTI futures price. This relationship exists even though the storage facility only holds a percentage of total domestic crude inventory. In fact, data suggests that in order for crude prices to stabilize above $55 per barrel, inventory in Cushing will need to drop below 47.5 million barrels, or about 62% storage utilization at the facility.