Last quote by Phil Flynn
What seems to be giving this report kind of a bullish tilt is the fact that we saw pretty a good drawdown in both gasoline and distillate inventories.
Dec 29 2016
Phil Flynn has been quoted 11 times. The two most recent articles where Phil Flynn has been quoted are GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil climbs on Iran comments, stocks tick down and OPEC agrees to modest oil output curbs in first deal since 2008. Most recently, Phil Flynn was quoted as having said, “There's already a soft commitment from Russia that it will be part of the OPEC plan and if more non-OPEC members get on board, prices can only go higher.”.
Quotes by Phil Flynn
Oct 03 2016
There's already a soft commitment from Russia that it will be part of the OPEC plan and if more non-OPEC members get on board, prices can only go higher.
Sep 29 2016
This is the first OPEC deal in eight years! The cartel proved that it still matters even in the age of shale! This is the end of the 'production war' and OPEC claims victory.
May 24 2016
We're gearing up on expectations that the wildfires in Canada may finally be showing up in U.S. crude inventory numbers. If they show up decisively, it may be what the market needs to test $50.
May 17 2016
We're not seeing any signs that the U.S. energy industry is in a hurry to respond to a jump in demand because they're still cutting back on projects.
Apr 12 2016
People are now realizing that this OPEC meeting could be a historic turning point for the market. Now, with U.S. production cuts, our sense is that we're entering a new cycle upwards.
Jan 29 2016
With more energy companies announcing cuts and OPEC contemplating a cut, it looks like oil is forming a bottom.
Jan 25 2016
Yet for at least this week, even with an expected increase in supply, we should see storage fall in Cushing Oklahoma as Canadian oil sands producers start to cut output.
Jan 25 2016
I think you're going to see more capital spending cuts - it usually happens when prices start to bottom out.
May 01 2015
The Saudi-Iran standoff is certainly one to worry over given its ramifications for oil supply.
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