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Oil and Gas Demand

Chinese oil capital

Here is a post focused on what influences energy demand - namely oil. This macro understanding is key for speaking to why the oil price is where it is as well as to inform an educated forecast - a common question in interviews for sales & trading, oil & gas

Oil and Gas Reserves and Resources

Kazakhstan, home of the Tengiz Field

Oil reserves represent current and future value that can be quantified and compared among companies. However, while the absolute quantity of oil or oil equivalent tells a story, the more important figure is the Net Present Value (NPV) of the oil (which must be sensitized to different assumed long-term oil prices)

Analyzing Oil Sands Stocks


The oil supply-demand paradigm is always changing, and this year has been no different with OPEC struggling to justify continued production cuts as any rise in oil price has resulted in widespread hedging by US shale oil producers - who can lock in profits for production in the next year while

Trends in Oil & Gas

We have written fairly extensively on oil, but gas is becoming increasingly important in the energy space as improving technology, relatively less carbon footprint and abundance of the resource push gas away from its historical use for power generation more into petrochemicals and as an alternative fuel to gasoline (even

Metals & Mining Streaming Primer

Metals Streaming as a Financing Mechanism Streaming is a relatively new method of financing mining projects. The business model generally follows a pattern where the streamer pays a lump sum fee to a resource partner (the actual operator of the mine) in need of financing (presumably because the operating company lacks

The Economy in Chile

Due to anemic Canadian growth in the current economic environment and the foreseeable future, Sell Side Handbook is adopting Latin American coverage and will be discontinuing Canadian commentary Overview of Chilean Industry and Latin American Business Environment After a strong recovery from military junta rule, Chile has become a liberal free market

Macroeconomic Drivers of the Price of Oil: Supply

With oil prices having a large effect on the Canadian dollar and GDP growth, it is important for investors and financial professionals to understand the macroeconomic variables and geopolitical actions that can influence the oil price. However, everything can be boiled down to something that affects 1) demand; 2) supply;