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2020 Goldman Sachs expects global oil demand down 25 this week Bloomberg; March 30 – Global oil demand
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generally expect global LNG demand will grow and lift U S prices from their low levels but probably
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in 2019 according to data from North Dakota Job Service Bloomberg reports China’s oil demand almost back
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in its monthly oil market report On the global demand side the Paris based organization trimmed its
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face longer term uncertainty over future demand for their main products amid the rise of electric cars
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demand heads higher S P Global Platts; Jan 10 Asia s oil demand may finally be on a sustained upward
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Oil demand not expected to recover until 2023 says energy agency Bloomberg; March 17 Global oil demand
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weakened demand Picking a bottom is stress inducing when prices touch new lows daily Brent fell 13 on March
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officials in the group said amid signs that demand is recovering following coronavirus related lockdowns Key
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underestimated a rebound in demand even with a possible resumption in Iranian supply The case for higher oil
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premised on this unlimited demand from Asia ” said Clark Williams Derry an analyst at IEEFA “LNG prices
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low on March 18 as the coronavirus pandemic continues to sap demand for crude and as rising worries
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gas supplies combined with forecasts of growing global liquefied natural gas demand early next decade
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earlier in the year taking advantage of robust domestic demand as China’s economy quickly recovered from
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of almost 10 million barrels per day last year to cope with a pandemic induced slump in demand The curbs
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demand in China and India grew more slowly than expected That https: www bloomberg com view articles 2017
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at the International Energy Agency But record high Chinese LNG imports and increased demand in parts of Europe threaten
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they agree on: It’s not going to be serene The bears see supply running ahead of demand rising inventories
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with condensate production expected to peak at 100 000 barrels a day ExxonMobil prepares for long term LNG demand
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that demand for gas by Japan’s power sector will decline over the coming years as the country’s overall power