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Macro oils short-term outlook: March 2017

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Report summary

Hovering close to US$55/bbl, Brent remains stable. Price has been supported by strong adherence to the OPEC and non-OPEC production cut agreement – led by Saudi and the GCC, and Russia on the non-OPEC side. Global oil supply has fallen by 1.3 million b/d since end-2016. We continue to expect signatories to extend this production cut agreement to end-2017, supporting price through this year. However, on the demand side, the engines of growth appear to have slowed or stalled. We assess whether this is temporary, or structural.

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Table of contents

    • OPEC's production cut agreement: how compliant, how long?
    • USA: cost inflation, longer lead times
    • Global demand: stall in global demand growth is temporary

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