Sevens Report Quoted in MarketWatch on October 16, 2020

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Sevens Report Co-Editor Tyler Richey Quoted in MarketWatch

“Despite the efforts by global oil producers to curb production in order to balance the market over the last week, the world is still facing a massive demand issue,” Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research, told MarketWatch. “Until we see consumption of refined products begin to recover, resulting in…” Click here to read the full article.

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Tyler Richey Co-editor of Sevens Report Research Quoted in MarketWatch on January 17, 2020

Oil prices had spent the front half of the week moving lower “largely thanks to lingering oversupply concerns and a continued unwind of the geopolitical fear bid that was triggered by the U.S.-Iran…” said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

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Sevens Report Quoted in Market Watch on April 9, 2019

The Energy Information Administration report on U.S. petroleum supplies due Wednesday “will likely be the most-important catalyst for the energy market this week. The closure of the Houston Ship Channel in recent weeks has likely skewed…” wrote analysts at the Sevens Report. Click here to read the full article.

Oil Update & What It Means for the Market, July 20, 2017

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Yesterday’s weekly inventory report from the EIA was universally bullish on the headline level as there were sizeable draws in crude oil stockpiles as well as in the refined products. The market responded favorably to the supply drops and WTI futures finished the day up 1.61%.

Beginning with those aforementioned headlines, commercial crude oil stocks fell –4.7M bbls last week, larger than analysts expectations of –3.1M and opposite from the API report that showed a build of +1.628M bbls.

Gasoline supply fell –4.4M bbls yesterday, and while that was less than the draw reported by the API (-5.4M) it was much larger than the average analyst estimate of –600K bbls.

Distillate inventories also fell –2.1M vs. (E) -700K rounding out a broadly bullish set of headlines in the report.

The details of the report however, once again showed a continuation in the bearish trend of rising US production. Lower 48 production (which filters out the seasonally volatile Alaskan data) rose another +30K b/d last week, above the 2017 average pace of +26K b/d to

8.97M b/d. Lower 48 production is now up +729K b/d so far in 2017, the highest level since late July 2015.

Bottom line, a string of supply draws over the last three weeks in crude oil and gasoline stocks totaling –18.6M bbls and –9.8M bbls, respectively, has offered the market some support, and helped curb a decline that pushed oil prices down to new 2017 lows. And with sentiment being very bearish coming into the month of July, the market was due for an upside correction. But, the underlying fundamentals remain bearish and as of now, we believe this is a counter-trend rally in an otherwise still broadly downward trending energy market. We won’t fight the rising tide, and a run at $50/barrel in WTI is very plausible, but we will be looking for signs of the trend to break in the weeks ahead and for the market to turn back lower based on fundamentals, market internals (term structure), and longer term technicals.

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