Tradition Energy in the News

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You will find Tradition Energy in the News below.

“OPEC seems to be hinting that not only will they ease back the cuts, but they may even increase them,”

mrt, November 12, 2020

Uneven global demand and a looming U.S. election is “creating overall uncertainty,”

World Oil, November 02, 2020

“There’s a little bit of production shut in that’s expected from Zeta, but realistically, we’re dead-cat bouncing off yesterday’s decline and holding onto what we can,”

ENERGY VOICE, October 28, 2020

”As we near a stimulus package, it sends a positive sign that the U.S. economy will continue to recover and U.S. domestic consumption of petroleum products will continue,”

Report Door, October 22, 2020

“However, U.S. labor market data is providing “more fuel for the fire of a sour economic outlook,”

Energy Voice, October 16, 2020

“If there are further restrictions or new restrictions put in place in Europe or here in the U.S., then that further decreases travel demand for petroleum.”

Yahoo Finance, October 15, 2020

“If the strike lasted into next week or even beyond, that would mean a significant additional amount of platforms and fields that were impacted by the strike,”

FINANCIAL POST, October 09, 2020

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Stamford North's HAMLETHUB, October 08, 2020

“A dime comes easy in the natural gas market these days,”

Bloomberg, October 05, 2020

“Tradition Energy extends its heartfelt donation to DeSoto ISD in support of its efforts to keep staff and students safe while moving forward with a successful school year”

WBAP, September 29, 2020

“We’re seeing more depressing news on jet fuel demand,”

CNBC, September 21, 2020

“We’re looking for a much softer market,”

Reuters, September 20, 2020

“The economy isn’t in as bad a shape as thought…

Ship and Bunker, September 09, 2020

“Oil recovered from an oversell Tuesday…

Bloomberg, September 09, 2020

“refineries are not really in a rush to come back into service after Laura…

World Oil, September 04, 2020

“As we’re seeing a little bit more economic recovery and especially as we see easing of some travel restrictions, we expect people to increase their petroleum demand,”

Yahoo Finance, September 01, 2020

“Now there’s doubt coming out on the stimulus package and the Russian news as well,”

Brinkwire, August 24, 2020

“a general feeling that the economic times aren’t as bad as originally anticipated,”

Bloomberg, August 17, 2020

“The U.S. Congress can’t seem to come up with a plan for the next round of stimulus and it’s creating doubt for U.S. economic recovery,”

CNBC, August 07, 2020

“If economic activity continues to strengthen, that subsequently will lead to higher demand, and that’s going to be supportive for the market,”

Bloomberg, August 03, 2020

“The market’s indicating that it wants to see if the extra supply just ends up going into inventory or are we going to see signs of demand recovery,”

Transport Topics, July 31, 2020

“The market is now watching U.S. producers and OPEC+ consider plans to ramp up while demand isn’t returning the way we thought it would a few weeks ago…the supply demand balance could get out of whack”

Reuters, July 30, 2020

“It seems as if the response to a greater than 10-million-barrel draw isn’t very strong, which shows the market’s concerns going forward about supply,”

Yahoo! Finance, July 29, 2020

CREC Magnet Schools stabilize energy budgets and reduce costs by almost $1 million

American City & County, July 27, 2020

“We have a huge amount of oil around the world in inventory that’s going to have to be eaten through,”

Investing.com, July 23, 2020
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