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US Dollar Hit a 3-Year Low: Good News for Crude Oil?

The US Dollar Index (UUP) fell 0.64% to 90.39 on January 16, 2018—the lowest level since December 2014. The US Dollar Index declined 2.3% on January 9–16, 2018. US oil (USO) prices increased 1.2% during the same period. Higher oil prices benefit funds like the Vanguard Energy ETF (VDE) and the iShares Global Energy ETF (IXC). (6-0)

Permian Shale Oil Pure Play Stocks - Weekly Report 01/12/18

2018-01-16 seekingalpha
Our Permian Basin Shale Oil Pure Play Universe average stock price was up 3.20% for the week, up a scorching 16.36% for the past four weeks, and up 5.60% YTD. (44-0)

BRIEF-Parsley Energy Says ‍Bryan Sheffield Will Be Succeeded As CEO By Matt Gallagher​

2018-01-09 reuters

Permian Shale Oil Pure Play Stocks - Weekly Report 01/05/18

2018-01-08 seekingalpha
Our Permian Basin Shale Oil Pure Play Universe average stock price was up 2.25% for the week, up 12.19% for the past four weeks, and up 1.87% for the past. (43-1)

Earthstone Energy: Assets And Operations Of This Undervalued Midland Gem

2018-01-03 seekingalpha
In a series of three articles, Laurentian Research presents an in-depth survey of Earthstone Energy, to present a quantitative valuation-based investment thesis. This is the second article of the series. (92-1)

Crude Oil Futures Fall, Wall Street Strong as 2018 Begins

2018-01-03 marketrealist
US crude (USL) (DBO) oil futures contracts for February delivery fell 0.08% to $60.37 per barrel on January 2, 2018. The United States Oil ETF (USO) rose 0.5% to 12.07 on January 2, 2018, which tracks US crude oil futures. (40-0)

What Could Drive Crude Oil Futures for the 1st Week of 2018

2017-12-31 marketrealist
February WTI crude oil (DBO)(USO) futures contracts rose 0.3% to $59.84 per barrel on December 28. Brent oil (BNO) futures rose 0.4% to $66.72 per barrel on the same day. A larger-than-expected draw in US crude oil inventories and unexpected decline in US crude oil production supported oil (DWT) prices. The EIA published the data on December 28. (11-0)

Weekly US Crude Oil Production Fell for the 1st Time since October

2017-12-31 marketrealist
US crude oil production declined by 35,000 bpd (barrels per day) or 0.4% to 9,754,000 bpd from December 15 to 22, 2017, per the EIA. However, production increased by 988,000 bpd or 11.3% from the same period in 2016. (40-0)

Energy: At The Markets' Whim

2017-12-29 seekingalpha
Seven of our Marketplace authors weigh in on the sector - especially oil and natural gas - where we've been and where we're headed in 2018. (20-0)

All That New Shale Oil May Not Be Enough as Big Discoveries Drop - Bloomberg

2017-12-27 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (38-1)

Permian Basin Pure Play Stocks Weekly - Week Ending 12/22/17

2017-12-26 seekingalpha
Our Permian Basin Shale Oil Pure Play Universe saw stock prices soar 9.47% on average for the week, strongly outperforming the overall stock market. (48-0)

Is Diamondback Really The Best Pure-Play In The Permian?

2017-12-25 seekingalpha
The stock has a five-year compound annual growth rate of 39%. For context, the stock has doubled every 18 months and has increased 515% since 2013. (88-1)

Jennifer Warren Positions For 2018: Remaining A 'Realistic Optimist' In Energy

2017-12-23 seekingalpha
If oil prices continue to rise, U.S. producers will likely increase production and further alter exports and imports. (98-0)

What Are Wall Street’s Targets for XOG, CHK, PE, GPOR, and WPX?

2017-12-21 marketrealist
In this part, we will look at the Wall Street recommendations for the worst normalized free cash flow upstream companies that we’re discussing in this series. To know more about our normalized free cash flow methodology and filtering criteria, refer to part one of this series. (83-2)

Upstream Energy’s Best and Worst Free Cash Flow Companies

2017-12-21 marketrealist
Free cash flow (or FCF) is an important metric for the crude oil (USO) and natural gas (UNG) production (or upstream) sector. FCF is calculated by subtracting capex from operating cash flow (or OCF). However, within the upstream space, free cash flow for each company varies greatly depending on the size of the company’s upstream operations, operating revenues, operating margins, operating cash flows, and capex. (95-1)

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