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Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage'


Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage'

Report summary

The shape or time structure of the futures market is a powerful, real-time market signal that can complement fundamental supply/demand analysis and improve short term price forecast. The futures market discounts risk; the risk of supply shortages and the risk of high inventories and storage containment. Backward futures markets are consistent with a demand pull out of inventory while contango markets are consistent with a supply push into inventory.

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  • Contango Futures Market – The economic incentive to hold excess inventory
  • A widely used risk management tool
  • Contango and Cost of Storage (COS)
  • 2012 Ethane Regime Change
    • Ethane Supply Surge
  • WTI - Recent transition from backward to contango
    • WTI January 2015 projection based on recent trends and correlations
  • Summary

In this report there are 12 tables or charts, including:

  • Contango Futures Market – The economic incentive to hold excess inventory
  • A widely used risk management tool
  • Contango and Cost of Storage (COS)
    • Example of Contango Storage Price Parities
  • 2012 Ethane Regime Change
    • Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage': Image 4
    • Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage': Image 5
    • Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage': Image 6
  • WTI - Recent transition from backward to contango
    • WTI September 2014 to December 2014 M1-M4 Futures Shape
    • WTI - October Inventory Builds Pushed Curve into Contango
    • Strong Relationship Between WTI Price and Future's Shape
    • WTI Price
    • Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage': Image 11
    • Contango - Futures Price and the 'Bid for Storage': Image 12
  • Summary
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