Energy ETF Vanguard (VDE)
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52-Week Range 30.03 - 83.27
Dividend & Yield 2.51 (6.27%)
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Oil slides as Libya lifts force majeure at largest oil field, GoM output resumes (Commodity:CL1:COM)
Crude oil prices tumble (CL1:COM) as Libya lifted force majeure at its largest oilfield, producers began restoring output in the Gulf of Mexico after Hurricane Delta and a Norwegian strike affecting production ended.Production in Libya is expected to rise to 355K bbl/day after force majeure at the Sharara oilfield was lifted yesterday."If oil demand recovery continues to struggle due to new or stricter COVID-related mitigation measures, [OPEC+] may need to reconsider the planned tapering of their voluntary supply cuts," says BNP Paribas analyst Harry Tchilinguirian.And with the passing of the hurricane and the resolution of the strike in Norway, "investors are more concerned about the higher output in the face of subdued demand," says Mihir Kapadia, chief executive of Sun Global Investments.ETFs: USO, XLE, UCO, XOP, VDE, GUSH, OIH, BGR, ERX, BNO
Oil (CL1:COM) is poised for its biggest weekly gain since May, even though prices have tracked back just a bit.Operators in the Gulf of Mexico have closed off about 92% of production ahead of Hurricane Delta as the storm barrels toward Louisiana.Yesterday, OPEC forecast global oil demand will keep rising until around 2040, when it will plateau at about 109.3M bbl/day or about 10% above the level of production in 2019.
The world's appetite for crude oil won't reach its peak for another 20 years, OPEC says in a far more optimistic forecast of the world's post-coronavirus demand for oil than many other forecasts.In its 2020 World Oil Outlook, OPEC forecasts global oil demand will keep rising until around 2040, when it will plateau at 109.3M bbl/day, ~10% above its 2019 level.Still, the group's 2040 demand figure was more than 1M bbl/day below last year's forecast of 110.6M bbl/day.The OPEC annual report offers a brighter vision for oil and gas than BP's recent forecast, which said oil demand may have already peaked, prompting it to plan to invest heavily in renewable energy over the coming years.ETFs: USO, XLE, UCO, XOP, VDE, GUSH, OIH, BGR, ERX, BNO
The energy sector (XLE -1.9%) drags along at the bottom of today's leaderboard, continuing its recent weakness that has seen a ~6.5% slide so far this month.Four of the five biggest S&P 500 decliners on the day are oil and gas names: EOG -6.7%, XEC -5.3%, OXY -4.8%, APA -3.9%.Today's broad-based losses in the sector come even as crude oil prices (CL1:COM) are only modestly lower after data showed U.S.
WTI crude oil (CL1:COM) reverses course to turn sharply lower despite a hefty drop in U.S. crude supplies, as gasoline demand fell over the latest week, an indication that economic recovery from COVID-19 may be slower than expected.October WTI -2% to $41.91/bbl, while November Brent -1.6% to $44.85/bbl.Domestic weekly crude production fell by 1.1M bbl/day, a record in data going back to 1983, but Hurricane Laura caused an average of 1.3M bbl/day to be shut-in by producers operating offshore in the Gulf of Mexico."The market is trying to dismiss the number as a storm-related one-off," says Price Futures analyst Phil Flynn.