ENERGY NEWS  •  OCT 19, 2018
MEG snubs Husky and awaits better offer • Pipeline constraints helping oil storage business and rail operators • CAPP sounds the alarm on Bill C-69 • Cdn airlines fear fallout from pending carbon tax • Exxon makes big push into China • Total places big bet on India • Shell retreats from Denmark • US/Saudi ties prove unshakeable • Russia calls an end to OPEC's production quotas.
LATEST NEWS
RECENT UPDATES
Oct 16 • World oil supply/demand curve (2019 IEA/OPEC forecast) ➜
OCt 16 • OECD oil stockpiles (Q2/18 update from OPEC) ➜
Oct 15 ✤UPDATED✤ Crude-by-rail loading/offloading terminals
Oct 12 • Jul Cdn crude oil production by type (StatsCan data) ➜
Oct 12 • Jul Cdn crude oil trade balance (StatsCan data) ➜
Oct 8 • Aug Cdn energy trade balance (imports/exports in $CAD) ➜
Oct 4 • Jul Cdn oil exports by type/PADD (NEB data) ➜
WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS
US-WEEKLY-PETROLEUM-INVENTORY-REPORT.png

Crude stockpiles continue to rise, gaining another 6.5 million barrels last week

OCT 17, 2018

Visions-of-Grandeur-200-Vertices.jpeg

THE OIL SANDS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

OCT 12, 2018

PROJECT DATA


PROJECTS
OIL SANDS PROJECT DIRECTORY
Overview Map
Mining Operations
In-Situ Facilities
Bitumen Upgraders



OIL PRICES EXPLAINED
MARKET INSIGHTS
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.