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Cenkos: Oil & Gas Sector -- Falcon Oil & Gas, Neptune Energy, San Leon Energy, IGas Energy, Coro Energy, ADES Holding, Longboat Energy, Ascent Resources, Prospex Energy, Borders & Southern, Africa Energy Corp, UK Oil & Gas, INEOS, President Energy, Reabold

Oil fell this week amid growing concerns that another wave of the coronavirus pandemic will spark tighter lockdown measures and further stifle crude demand. New York futures edged lower Friday and fell 2.1% on the week. The number of US coronavirus cases rose above 7 million, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Meanwhile, a second governor tested positive for Covid-19 as cases surge around the country. At the same time, the market is contending with returning supply. Oil traders have reported a sharp increase in Iraqi exports for next month, while output from Libya has shown signs of rising this week. US crude's gradual climb since May has come to a halt in September, with futures on track to drop about 5.5% this month. Still, Goldman Sachs Group Inc said oil consumption is currently just above 93 million barrels a day and may rise 1.8 million a day to the end of the year. Yet, any meaningful recovery in consumption has so far been held back by the lingering pandemic. Prices:  West Texas Intermediate for November delivery edged 6 cents lower to settle at $40.25 a barrel.  Brent for November dipped 2 cents to end the session at $41.92 a barrel. The contract lost 2.9% this week. In a sign of just how damaging the virus has been to oil demand, the industry's largest tankers next year will earn 8% less than they were anticipating back in May, according to a survey of shipping analysts by Bloomberg. That comes as nations including Saudi Arabia and Russia have drastically scaled back output, draining the hoard at sea and diminishing the flow of cargoes. The spread between Nymex gasoline futures and WTI rallied over 9% on Friday toward $10 a barrel. Still, the so-called crack remains at its lowest seasonally since 2013. At the same time, Gulf Coast gasoline climbed to a one-month high as refiners snapped up winter-grade fuel and on dwindling fall stockpiles. Meanwhile, the physical market for actual barrels of crude is not providing much optimism either. Bakken crude for delivery at Clearbrook, Minnesota, this week hit the largest discount to Nymex WTI futures in two weeks. Other oil-market drivers:  Oil executives are rushing to build a war chest of federal permits to drill in New Mexico as they brace for a fracking ban proposed by US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.  Russia will ship slightly more flagship Urals crude from its key western ports next month, though the volume will remain well below its usual level, a sign that nation continues to adhere to its OPEC+ alliance commitment to keep output constrained.  Exxon Mobil Corp. has narrowed the list of bidders for its oil-producing offshore assets in Malaysia that could potentially raise $2 billion to $3 billion in a sale, according to people with knowledge of the matter.


  • 28 Sep 20
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