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Oil Prices Soar After EIA Reports Smaller-Than-Expected Inventory Build While Natural Gas Rallies As Near-Term Temperature Outlook Cools Further; EIA Projected To Announce Exceptionally Bullish (Though Long Since Priced In) -90 BCF Storage Withdrawal Today; Daily Gas Demand To Fall Ahead Of Cold Front Today With Small Injection Expected

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Thursday, November 21, 2019
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In its weekly Petroleum Status Report for November 9-15, the EIA announced Wednesday morning that crude oil inventories rose by +1.4 MMbbls. While this was the fourth straight weekly inventory build (and ninth in the past 10 weeks), it was well below Tuesday's American Petroleum Institute (API) expectation of a +6.0 MMbbl build and was even slightly bullish versus the 5-year average +2.2 MMbbls. With the build, inventories rose to 450.4 MMbbls---the first time they have topped 450 MMbbls since July 12--and the storage surplus versus the 5-year average contracted slightly to +10.8 MMbbls. Additionally, thanks to a +4.8 MMbbl build this week last year, the year-over-year surplus contracted by nearly 50% to a negligible +3.5 MMbbls. It was a solid week for oil from a demand perspective. Refinery demand appears to have put in its seasonal bottom and rose again last week, climbing 0.5 MMbbls/day to 16.4 MMbbls/day, the highest since September 20, though still...

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Last 3 Daily Commentaries:

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Oil & Natural Gas Both Sell-Off In Commodities Rout; Natural Gas Nears My Downside Price Target & Looks To Bounce As Near-Term Models Trend Colder, But Without A Long-Term Catalyst, Expect Rallies To Be Limited; EIA Expected To Report Bearish Crude Oil Inventory Build Today; Natural Gas Inventories To Hold Steady Today As Unseasonably Mild Heartland Temperatures Suppress Demand


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Another Case Of The Mondays: Natural Gas Falls Sharply To Open Second Straight Week As Near-Term Outlook Warms; Further Downside Potential Remains Should December Outlook Verify; Oil & Natural Gas Producers Drawing Aggressively On Drilled-But-Uncompleted Wells To Maintain Output--A Long-Term Bullish Signal; Gas Demand To Fall For A Third Straight Day With Bearish Storage Injection Likely Today


Monday, November 18, 2019
Natural Gas Demand To Fall Sharply This Week As Temperatures Moderate With First Bearish Weekly Withdrawal In A Month Expected; Late November Temperature Outlook Still Inconsistent, But Favors A Seasonally Cool Set-Up--Not Good Enough For The Bulls; Oil Rises On US-China Trade Deal Prospects & Slumping Rig Count--And Is Still Undervalued Despite Rising Inventories


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