Breaking News
0

Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D.

  • Analysis & Opinion

Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D.'s Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D.'s articles, including current analysis & opinion.

The price of WTI finally broke $60 on Wednesday after EIA’s weekly report showed a draw of 9.6 million barrels of oil from U.S. stores. Since the API’s estimate on Tuesday had been much...
As geopolitics and transportation disasters impact the oil and fuels markets, some oil company CEOs seem most concerned with climate change and environmentalism. For oil and equities traders, the new...
Yesterday, the EIA announced a 7.1 million barrel increase in crude oil stocks in the U.S. This brings current U.S. oil inventories to just above the 450 million barrel mark. Put in context, this is...
When President Trump tweeted on Monday that oil prices were getting too high, prices dropped more than 3% by midday. This was a small blip in what has actually been a very strong start for oil prices...
In Canada, the province of Alberta seeks to get into the oil distribution business; Saudi Arabia deals with maintenance issues that temporarily disrupt production; and the markets wait to see what the...
The EIA revised its 2019 global oil demand outlook downward this week. While the revision is slight—101.45 million bpd compared to 101.54 million bpd—it reflects growing concerns that a...
Markets may be underestimating the impact of U.S. sanctions on Venezuela’s oil industry. Although oil prices dropped on Wednesday morning, this was in response to the weekly API report that...
The political crisis in Venezuela took a new turn this week when President Trump issued sanctions on Venezuela’s national oil company, PdVSA. The objective of this move is to prevent Nicholas...
The political crisis in Venezuela is escalating. Yesterday, the United States, Canada, Brazil and a slew of other South and Central American countries officially recognized Venezuelan opposition...
While most oil traders focus on the big three producers of our day—Saudi Arabia, Russia and U.S. shale—we shouldn't ignore struggling producers. Missing supply from Mexico, Iran and...