The Daily Dose

-Thesis clashes with the antithesis and yields something new. -Mexico called to play nice, though the US and others given a free ride. The breakdown of a plan to trim at least 10 million barrels per day from the global market early Friday shows not only the difficulty in coordinating across multiple fronts but also … More The Daily Dose

The Daily Dose

-Trump no longer hates OPEC. -Any OPEC cuts would come from already extraordinary heights. Some 6.6 million Americans lost their jobs last week, though equities markets are showing a return to optimism amid early signs of a slow pandemic recovery. In the American oil sector, however, the pain is severe and enduring, with investments receding … More The Daily Dose

The Daily Dose

-Russia has all the aces. -Sitton tries again. Russia may once again showcase its influence over the global energy sector by convincing free-market players to at least pay lip service to artificial control mechanisms. Dozens of major oil producers will take part in meetings coordinated by parties to the OPEC+ regime to discuss demand disintegration … More The Daily Dose