OPEC+ Cuts: Are They Enough

When I sent out the 2019 Market Outlook , OPEC+ had just agreed to cuts of 1.2 million barrels per day in an effort to help re-balance the market. At the time I sent the email, the general amount of the cuts were agreed, but the amount each member would cut had yet to be determined. What was agreed to: OPEC would cut 800,000 barrels and Russia + it...
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Is a Global Slowdown on the Horizon?

As will be discussed in this week's Ty's Take , my previous concerns, expressed in our 2019 Market Outlook regarding the supply side of the oil equation are abating. However, they have been replaced by concerns on the demand side. A booming U.S. and world economy may be showing signs of slowing down. U.S. manufacturers reported the broadest slowdow...
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Oilfield Services Outlook 2019: Mixed Signals

In our special edition newsletter sent out at the end of 2018, we discussed some of the headwinds facing oil. The dramatic drop in a short three-month period of oil prices left many of us scratching our heads wondering what would be next. How would drillers react to the overwhelmingly negative sharp turn of events? While we have more data, not much...
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America’s Light Sweet Problem

America could become a net energy exporter by 2020. America is now the world's biggest producer of oil. Wow ! And American crude oil is the best in the world. Really. We make the best oil. Ever. In fact, it's arguably too good… And oddly, that's a problem. A light, sweet problem. And, we have an infrastructure problem… But first. Some background. A...
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U.S. To Become Net Energy Exporter By 2020

On January 24, 2019, the EIA released its Annual Energy Outlook for 2019. One of the most exciting takeaways from the report: By 2020, the United States will become a net energy exporter. That is outstanding news and game changing for our industry. Lets build some historical context. The United States has imported more energy than it exports since ...
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