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Oil and fuel oil hedging market update

17 May 2017 07:42 GMT

By the Oil Desk at Freight Investor Services.



By the Oil Desk at Freight Investor Services Ltd.

Brent closed down $0.17 last night to $51.65 and WTI closed at $48.66 down $0.19. It's not too radical a view to think that the market will not rise much above $55, but Monday's news from Saudi and Russia regarding extending the production cut seems to have been awkwardly ignored like a drunk uncle at a wedding. The market is still reacting off the only real micro indicator - and that is EIA data, as that is the only tangible factor with regards to demand. Yesterday's IEA report was hardly encouraging for OPEC as the demand/supply balance still has much work to do, and even less encouraging was the fact that North Sea fields are going to ramp up by a fifth as they become more efficient. Couple this with the comment yesterday regarding DUCs and the market could, very quickly, start dismissing what OPEC do. Stats later.

Economic Data/Events: (Times are London)

* 12pm: U.S. MBA Mortgage Applications, May 12

* 3:30pm: EIA weekly oil inventory report; TOPLive blog coverage begins 3:20pm

* Today:

* * Genscape weekly ARA crude stockpiles report

* * APPEA 2017 Conference, Perth, final day

* * OPEC's Economic Commission Board meets in Vienna to discuss oil market in preparation for group's May 25 meeting

* * Nigerian, other WAF loading programs for July to be released starting Wednesday

* Also see OIL WEEKLY AGENDA until May 19

Singapore 380 cSt

Jun17 - 293.75 / 295.75

Jul17 - 294.00 / 296.00

Aug17 - 293.75 / 295.75

Sep17 - 293.00 / 295.00

Oct17 - 292.25 / 294.25

Nov17 - 291.75 / 293.75

Q3-17 - 293.50 / 295.50

Q4-17 - 291.75 / 293.75

Q1-18 - 290.00 / 292.50

Q2-18 - 289.25 / 291.75

CAL18 - 287.75 / 291.25

CAL19 - 281.00 / 286.00

CAL20 - 258.25 / 266.25

Singapore 180 cSt

Jun17 - 301.00 / 303.00

Jul17 - 300.75 / 302.75

Aug17 - 300.50 / 302.50

Sep17 - 299.75 / 301.75

Oct17 - 299.25 / 301.25

Nov17 - 298.75 / 300.75

Q3-17 - 300.50 / 302.50

Q4-17 - 299.00 / 301.00

Q1-18 - 297.50 / 300.00

Q2-18 - 297.00 / 299.50

CAL18 - 295.50 / 299.00

CAL19 - 289.00 / 294.00

CAL20 - 267.25 / 275.25

Rotterdam 380 cSt

Jun17 279.75 / 281.75

Jul17 279.00 / 281.00

Aug17 278.00 / 280.00

Sep17 277.00 / 279.00

Oct17 275.75 / 277.75

Nov17 274.00 / 276.00

Q3-17 278.00 / 280.00

Q4-17 274.25 / 276.25

Q1-18 273.50 / 276.00

Q2-18 273.75 / 276.25

CAL18 271.00 / 274.50

CAL19 264.00 / 269.00

CAL20 238.50 / 246.50



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