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Power & Energy Commodity News

Large global benefits from the 2014 oil shock

Source: Financial Times, 13th November 2014

The boost to growth is debatable since lower prices involve a redistribution of income from oil producers to consumers

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US shale pioneers circle the wagons

Source: Financial Times, 13th November 2014

Price war in oil market forces shale industry to reassess positions

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Tullow Oil to slash exploration budget

Source: Financial Times, 12th November 2014

Low crude price forces FTSE 100 group to cut $700m and warn of further writedowns

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US shale investment at risk from oil slump

Source: Financial Times, 12th November 2014

IEA warns oil market should not be lulled into false sense of security

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IEA warns oil slump could cause longer-term pain

Source: Financial Times, 12th November 2014

Oil market should not be lulled into a false sense of security, report says

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Analysts expect further fall in oil prices

Source: Financial Times, 12th November 2014

Pira’s Gary Ross forecasts losses regardless of any Opec output cuts

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Opec will not halt slide in oil prices

Source: Financial Times, 12th November 2014

Pira’s Gary Ross forecasts losses regardless of any output cuts

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Russia agrees nuclear deal with Iran

Source: Financial Times, 12th November 2014

Distrust of Moscow leaves many questioning the details of an agreement to build eight new reactors in Iran

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Russia snubs Europe with China gas deal

Source: Financial Times, 11th November 2014

Agreement could lead to more of Siberia’s supply heading east rather than west

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US cold fears trigger gas price swings

Source: Financial Times, 11th November 2014

High risk of below normal temperatures over next 6-10 days

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