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Posts Tagged ‘IEA’

0 Oct 15 2014 @ 5:40am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy

File Under: Late Night TV

After crude prices tumbled yesterday, I jumped at the opportunity to appear on CNBC Asia to talk about how downward revisions to global oil demand growth by the IEA and OPEC discord have walloped prices. One of the anchors also gave a shout out to Energy Burrito (but not in the clip)…making my late-night adventure all the more worth it! Hark, click on the below moonlit mugshot to launch to the clip:  

0 Apr 18 2013 @ 4:08pm by Matt Smith in Biofuels, Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Alphabetti Spaghetti

There has been an acronymtastic set of reports this week from the IEA, IMF, and EIA. So from these nine letters come six charts out of three reports. Alphabetti spaghetti indeed.  » read more

0 Jun 24 2011 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Howdy! And an absolutely fantastically entertaining week has been played out in Commodityworld™, as the IEA (= US, UK, France, Germany, Japan and 23 other countries that aren’t in Opec) made a call somewhere out of left-field to pull 60 million barrels from strategic reserves to meet rising oil demand and the outage in Libya (which is code for prices are too high), while natty has slunk back to one-month lows on a whopper of an injection versus consensus for weekly storage. Next week brings July along with it, but for now- let’s chow: » read more

0 Jun 24 2011 @ 7:49am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, risk management

File Under: Better Late Than Bumped!

On a busy morning on Squawk Box it was a case of better late than never, as they pushed back this morning’s segment. Hark, click on the mugshot below to see commentary on the apparent freakout by the IEA:  


0 Jun 17 2011 @ 10:56am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Salutations! This week brought less clarity and more volatility for crude oil, as European debt woes and mixed economic data have pummeled crude to steep losses, as the market weighs up the impact on oil demand from a potentially slowing global economy. Meanwhile, in Natgasworld™, moderating temperatures have flipped the prompt month on its head, sending it for five consecutive days of drubbing. Next week should be mucho controversial, with the Federal Reserve’s meeting and comments, and resolution (or not) to the Greece debacle. But while we still have the chance, let’s face the music…and chow:

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