WEEKLY ENERGY MARKET SUMMARY
AUG 17, 2018
NEB clears TMEP from Edmonton to Kamloops • Nova Scotia poised to win LNG race • Keystone XL hits another speed bump in Montana • WCS discount narrows but remains under pressure due on BP refinery outage • Wholesale gasoline prices take a big tumble • WTI declines for sixth week in a row as USD breaks to the upside.

RECENT UPDATES
Aug 14 • World oil supply/demand curve (2019 IEA/OPEC forecast) ➜
Aug 14 • OECD oil stockpiles (Q2/18 update from OPEC) ➜
Aug 13 • May Cdn crude oil production by type (StatsCan data) ➜
Aug 13 • May Cdn crude oil trade balance (StatsCan data) ➜
Aug 8 • Jun Cdn energy trade balance (imports/exports in $CAD) ➜
Aug 7 • Jun AB crude production by type (AER data) ➜
Aug 7 • Jun AB oil trade balance (AER data) ➜
Aug 7 • Jun AB bitumen prod'n from in-situ & mining (AER data) ➜
WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS
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THE OIL SANDS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

AUG 17, 2018

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Cushing stockpiles rise for the first time since May despite record refinery runs

AUG 15, 2018

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Crude oil and petroleum products are globally traded commodities, whose prices are largely governed by supply and demand fundamentals. But global currencies, availability of money flow and market sentiment also play an important role.