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Andrew Butter started off in construction in UAE and Saudi Arabia; after the invasion of Kuwait opened Dryland Consultants in partnership with an economist doing primary and secondary research and building econometric models, clients included Bechtel, Unilever, BP, Honda, Emirates Airlines, ... more


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HH Why Shale Oil Was Once Viable At $45WTI But It's Not Anymore? OPEC Can Dictate The Price Again
Today, oil is still priced on the assumption that the 900,000 number will come in for 2020, so logically to maintain the so-called balance.
Shale Oil Splutters: Brent On Track For $70 Target $100 In 2020
There is a sense of triumphalism in the tag-line, “U.S.A. is now a net oil exporter”. Reminiscent of “Mission Accomplished”; first it’s not true, second; what’s hiding in the wings is sinister.
What The Oil Short-Sellers And OPEC Don’t Know About Peak Shale
Javier Blas of Bloomberg News wrote of a new “Shale Boom” that could...create “OPEC’s Worst Nightmare”. That sentiment reflects a broad consensus of opinion that has driven oil prices down 30% in two months.
Trump’s Iran-Decision Did-not And Won’t Affect Oil Prices
By some reports, President Trump’s Iran-decision caused oil prices to “jump 3%”. Actually that was intra-day.
Last Remaining Copy Of Stolen-Data Is Worth $100 Billion To Russia. Could Facebook Be Shut Down?
Facebook currently estimates of 87-Million accounts were hacked. That’s an “estimate”, because they don’t know.
The Shale-War Is Over?
$60 Brent by Christmas is highly probable: Next $85?
Brent To $85 By Christmas?
The Black Swan spotter, which saw the oil crash coming, now says the “Invisible Hand” will push Brent to $85 before the end of the year.
The Oil Bubble...Which Just Bust...Was Caused By Derivatives: That’s Why Shale Oil Is Finished
There are plenty of reasons put-forward for why oil prices more than halved over the past year. But no one’s talking about a bubble that bust; seems like the world is wallowing in denial.
Oil Price Ten Year Forecast To 2025: Importers Set To Receive $600 Billion Refund
Whether or not $125 Brent in 2011 and $140 Brent in 2008 were bubbles...certainly not many are talking in those terms...the price today is indeed less than half of what it was in 2011, which is pretty much what the analysis in 2010 said would happen.
When Oil Drops Below $70
Since mid 2011 oil has been in a bubble and one day Brent will go down below $70 and stay under $90 for as long as it was over $90.
July 2011 Was A Good Time To Buy Italy's Debt: The Euro Prevails, Get Used To It
I got a lot of hate mail for saying in July, 2011 that it was a good time to buy Italian debt. Finally the penny did drop and Italy, despite all the alarmist press, is not a basket case; my points then (nearly two years ago)...
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