Data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration on Thursday showed crude supplies in U.S.to have climbed by 6 million barrels in the week ended October 5. Biofuel production also increased by 300,000 barrels a day from the previous quarter, according to the report. What the countries all have in common are the trade-war shock waves they face, which have buffeted the outlook for global growth and provide plenty of scope for mishaps.
Oil rose to $81 a barrel on Friday, rebounding after two days of declines, though prices pared gains after another closely watched forecaster deemed supply adequate and the outlook for demand weakening.
"The market absorbed some effects of sanctions on Iran and the oil prices are more likely to go up 120 to 130 US dollars per barrel, that require the export from Iran would go much lower, " said Richard Nephew, senior research scholar with Center on Global Energy Policy of Columbia University.
Oil markets look "adequately supplied for now" after a big increase in production over the last six months but the oil industry is coming under strain as it copes with increasing global demand, the West's energy watchdog said on Friday.
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Crude was still heading for its first weekly drop in five weeks, pressured by a big rise in U.inventories and fading concerns for now about looming United States sanctions aimed at cutting Iran's oil exports. Analysts expect the demand of Canadian crude to remain high, going forward. -China tension, there are some very cheap entry points on offer, said Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific head of trading at Oanda, noting support near and around $80 Brent. Furthermore, today's data released by Baker Hughes showed that the number of active oil rigs in the USA rose to 869 from 861 recorded in the previous week. That followed three straight weeks of declines and was the largest weekly increase since the week ended August 10. Despite that unimpressive recovery, the barrel of WTI lost $3 this week.
November natural gas NGX18, -2.36% declined by 1.9% to $3.161 per million British thermal units on Friday, but saw a weekly rise of about 0.6%. In the US Gulf of Mexico, companies cut output by 40 per cent on Thursday because of Hurricane Michael, even as some operators began returning crews to offshore platforms.
US natural-gas supplies in storage stand at about 17% below the five-year average, according to the EIA.