The Situation Room: Reporting from Abroad

The Situation Room: Reporting from Abroad

by | published October 7th, 2019

Welcome back from the weekend, Oil & Energy Investors.

Things have been in a state of what you might call controlled chaos these days. I recently flew out to attend more meetings in the aftermath of the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil fields, and I will be busy with those for the next little while.

Therefore, today’s Situation Room will be a bit more brief than usual.

The geopolitical situation these days is as volatile as it’s ever been, and I don’t anticipate that changing anytime soon.

So, let’s get started with this week’s focus points…

1. U.S. Energy and Employment

First off, I will be looking into the widening pressure on U.S. energy prices from a full employment economy.

This is yet another layer in the complicated web that makes up which direction energy prices will go.

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2. Russia’s Problems Continue

Next, I will be examining ongoing problems in Russian oil export flows.

Crude oil moving to Europe has still not recovered from the contamination introduced on the Druzhba Pipeline. Now, problems are emerging in the East Siberia Pacific Ocean (ESPO) route.

Russia’s oil exports is a topic that I have covered previously in Oil & Energy Investor. Most recently, I discussed what it means for the European natural gas picture. You can read my analysis right here.



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