Potash – Initial spring crop numbers are giving markets — and phosphate producers — an early indication of just how big the expected American corn and soybean crops will be this year.
Articles Tagged "Saudi Arabia"
Oil – OPEC crude oil output is on course to reach its lowest since October 2011 this month as discontent in Libya, pipeline leaks in Nigeria and Iraqi export disruptions weigh on supplies, a Reuters survey found on Thursday.
Oil – A brief overview of oil price developments, supply and demand and significant market movers.
Uranium – Acquiring potable water resources and maximizing the value of oil and gas resources are the two most salient reasons for the push toward nuclear power generation in the Middle East.
Oil – Reuters reported that crude oil futures slumped on Wednesday, diving more than $2 per barrel as rumors about a hedge fund being forced to sell out positions across commodities spread.
Oil – Bloomberg reported that a surge in United States oil production has led to the country’s biggest output level in over 2 decades, thus threatening OPEC dominance.
Oil – Reuters reported that Iran’s crude exports to Asia, which is its biggest customer, went down by a quarter in 2012 and shipments are expected to fall to at least 12% this year due to pressure from US sanctions.
Uranium – Germany's views on the nuclear renaissance may have flipped, but nations like China, France, Argentina, Bangladesh and even oil-rich Saudi Arabia are staying the course.
Oil – Reuters reported that Brent-US crude oil rose to $112 a barrel on Monday, as a result of a stronger gasoline and diesel market, a weak U.S. dollar, as well as investors weighing in on a statement from Saudi Arabia, which disputed claims that the country has altered its output policy.
Oil – Bloomberg reported economist and energy consultant, Mohammad Al-Sabban, has said Saudi Arabia must review its $43B a year domestic subsidy bill.