Tag: Cushing

  • Reinforcing Feedbacks, Time Spreads and Oil Prices

    By: Bassam Fattouh

    While the media often focuses on the sharp swings in oil price, there have been some interesting reinforcing feedbacks unfolding in the term structure of oil prices affecting the international pricing system, financial investment, inventories and OPEC behaviour. These feedbacks are not new to the oil market, but the current environment seems to have amplified […]

  • WTI Benchmark Temporarily Breaks Down: Is it really a Big Deal?

    By: Bassam Fattouh

    The recent disconnection of WTI from the other benchmarks revived the debate on whether the WTI benchmark has been ‘broken’ and whether oil market participants should adopt an alternative benchmark that better reflects the supply demand balance in the oil market. In this article, the author discusses the reasons for the WTI disconnection and its […]

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