John Paisie, executive vice president with Stratas, expects geopolitical tensions stemming from North Korea will affect this week's oil price outlook.
For the upcoming week: OPEC supply cuts, rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran, a rebound for U.S. shale drillers and bullish investors.
For the upcoming week we are forecasting that the price of Brent crude will trade between $54.50 and $56. Here's why.
President Trump signed executive orders on Jan. 24 to accelerate the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, coming through on his campaign promise to progress energy infrastructure projects.
Brent crude is forecast to trade in the range between $55 and $56. The Brent-WTI differential is projected to trade between $2 and $2.75 with respect to the March contract.
For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors is forecasting that the price of Brent crude will move sideways.
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VIENNA, Austria--Despite a flurry activity at the 169th (Ordinary) OPEC Meeting, little has changed. Stratas Advisors’ director of energy markets Jeffrey Quigley reports from Vienna, Austria, that member nations continued to have conflicting...