Brent crude prices stabilized at around $ 35 per barrel

Brent crude prices stabilized at around $ 35 per barrel

The weighted average oil prices in the world over the past day have jumped by about 25 percent. If we consider the data from March 31 to today, then the increase in Brent crude oil prices amounted to more than 50 percent.


On the last day of March, oil was trading at around $ 22 per barrel. To date, prices are at the level of 34-35 US dollars, stabilizing relative to the previous turbulent period.

At the same time, statements are being made from the White House that the United States may introduce duties for oil from Saudi Arabia and Russia “in order to stabilize the world oil market”.

At the same time, US President Trump made it clear that at the moment there is no talk of the mandatory introduction of duties:

Do we use (duties) on oil? We can do this. Will we do this now? No. I do not think about introducing duties at the moment. But if they treat us unfairly, it will become a tool.

The oil market is looking forward to April 6th, at which a meeting of OPEC + energy ministers is scheduled. At the meeting, which will be held in a video conference format, it is planned to discuss the issue of reducing hydrocarbon production. Russia is ready to take such a step if other exporting countries take the same step. It is expected that further dynamics in oil prices depends on the position of three countries - Russia, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
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  1. Doccor18 April 4 2020 10: 23 New
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    What about gas? Is it stabilizing?
    1. Barmaleyka April 4 2020 10: 29 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      What about gas? Is it stabilizing?

      yes, it is growing steadily in price
    2. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 10: 37 New
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      they are likely to fall. 40 percent drop in sales in almost different regions. demand is falling. Yes, and they do not grow practically. at least where I refuel the price is already rooted for weeks
      1. Malyuta April 4 2020 11: 04 New
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        Quote: carstorm 11
        they are likely to fall.

        Only chestnuts in the fall and Matvienkov’s “suckers” in the winter can fall, well, and so on along trifles, bridges, structures, technical equipment, balconies again. But our prices are growing steadily, the only where we really will enter the top ten is the increase in prices.
        1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 11: 05 New
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          it doesn’t work like that. if demand falls then raising prices you will bring it down even more. that would return demand without a discount can not do.
      2. Barmaleyka April 4 2020 11: 22 New
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        Quote: carstorm 11
        demand is falling

        it doesn’t mean anything, the laws of economics have not been in effect for a long time; we live in a period of speculative relations
        1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 02 New
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          not in this case. there are simply no other options and cannot be. You can stimulate demand in various ways, but in one case or another they will come down to lower prices. speculation is essentially generating income from the difference between the purchase and sale prices. but I repeat, sales will fall and strongly. and the very essence of this disappears i.e. profit from these actions.
    3. Andrey Mikhaylov April 4 2020 10: 47 New
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      How can it be stabilized. If the price of a liter includes 65%, the excise tax is tax. Subtract 65% of the cost of a liter at a gas station, and the cost of a liter will be your answer.
    4. Malyuta April 4 2020 10: 54 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      What about gas? Is it stabilizing?

      The price of gasoline will grow steadily, along with a drop in growth or an increase in the fall of the beautiful Russian economy.
    5. Chervonny April 4 2020 11: 46 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      What about gas? Is it stabilizing?

      yeah, it’s stabilizing. price increase. On April 3, Putin held a meeting with the leaders of Russian oil companies, at which he stated that Russia was ready to again reduce oil production by about 10 million barrels per day. it means not received profit will be received on gasoline from ordinary citizens of the country.
      1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 56 New
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        pancake. did you study at school? read texts normally try. we get only 10 per day. this is a global decline overall. and only on the condition that the states will also be in this transaction.
        President Vladimir Putin called it possible to reduce world oil production by ten million barrels per day,
    6. Paul Siebert April 4 2020 15: 24 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      What about gas? Is it stabilizing?

      And gasoline never even tried to stabilize. Always creeping up.
      And the authorities, closing their eyes, look at this "phenomenon."
      After all, our state has two main sources of income.
      Oil and people.
      When income from the first is getting thinner, the second is milked. When the second one is poor - they again turn to the first.
      Win-win situation.
      You should not contact us in Saudi Arabia.
      After all, they have only one such source - oil.
      Saudis will not eat food packages. Chop the bored royal family with sabers if citizens' incomes fall. They won’t even swear on the Internet ... wink
  2. Vasyan1971 April 4 2020 10: 23 New
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    I’ll come back later, read how “everything was lost” ...
    1. mole April 4 2020 10: 28 New
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      "I'll come back later, read how everything was gone"
      Six months later, come in ...
      We know in comparison.
      1. Vasyan1971 April 4 2020 10: 33 New
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        Quote: Mole
        Six months later, come in ...

        Why not in a year? laughing
        News live here and boil about a day. By dinner, I think there will be enough “expert” opinions.
        1. mole April 4 2020 10: 41 New
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          And what not in two? Or why bother to go? Pluses do not get, though not interesting.
          And "expert opinions" are based on a sample of "experience is the son of difficult mistakes." Whatever happens, no matter how happens, nothing changes. Pay, pay and pay extra!
          I, as a consumer, do not care about oil; the price of oil products is important to me!
          Hang the labels of "all-wise", hang up, only I'm sure that life will not be easier from changing quotes. There will be many reasons for this.
          1. Vasyan1971 April 4 2020 10: 48 New
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            Quote: Mole
            And what not in two?

            Already explained.
            Quote: Mole
            Or why bother to go?

            I’ll decide it myself, can I? laughing
            Quote: Mole
            Pluses do not get, though not interesting.

            Are you here for the pros? Truth? "Pros and cons" on my health and my refrigerator does not affect.
            Quote: Mole
            Hang the "all-wise" labels, hang

            Come on! Who am I hanging on to? laughing
            On the contrary, I’ll see how they hang me, including me. ABOUT! Already begun! laughing
            1. mole April 4 2020 14: 06 New
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              No need to pull out phrases from the context, and then scream. I will ask essentially!
              1. Vasyan1971 April 4 2020 14: 18 New
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                Quote: Mole
                No need to pull out phrases from the context, and then scream. I will ask essentially!

                Who is screaming? What exactly are you asking for? What are the claims?
                I was going to come back later to see how the ever-dissatisfied "all-wearers" who would graze in sufficient numbers here would yell at the topic of the article.
                Quote: Mole
                Six months later, come in ...

                Six months - late. Interest in the news published here lives on average - a day.
                Quote: Mole
                Or why bother to go?

                This I myself will decide, without explanation to anyone.
                In my opinion, essentially enough. By the way, what do you need? Pick up the "pluses"? laughing
                1. mole April 4 2020 14: 37 New
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                  I am the same "all-crawler" based on your logic. The only difference between you and me is that you live one day. Sometimes you need to pause and look at the future.
                  And also, it is useful to think first and then speak.
                  PS I would like to grab the pluses, for a couple of years I would not remain an outside observer of this resource, but having joined I express my subjective point of view on what is happening. Yes, and during that time the major general would definitely “earn.” In the meantime, only a major. wink
                  1. Vasyan1971 April 4 2020 17: 57 New
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                    Quote: Mole
                    The difference between you and me is ...

                    So it started! Shortcuts, panimash!
                    Quote: Mole
                    Hang the "all-wise" labels, hang

                    Show me the place where I hang something on someone?
                    Quote: Mole
                    You live one day

                    Why such conclusions, and even such categorical ones?
                    Quote: Mole
                    I am the same "all-crawler" based on your logic.

                    What is my logic? I do not follow your work, why should I know your addictions? And besides, you fit into the conversation 5 minutes after me, how could I know about your existence in general, not like the “all-crawler” you or not? I don’t even know that now, actually ...
                    Quote: Mole
                    Yes, and during that time, the Major General would definitely have "earned."

                    A stone in my garden? Why is that? Are you jealous of what? belay Come on! Can not be! Is it really that important to you?
                    Quote: Mole
                    In the meantime, only a major.

                    A rolling stone gathers no moss. I can’t say anything else. request
                    Quote: Mole
                    And also, it is useful to think first and then speak.

                    Gold words! Relate them to yourself?
          2. koramax81 April 5 2020 13: 59 New
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            And you write only for the sake of pluses?
            1. mole April 5 2020 18: 52 New
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              I am only expressing my opinion.
              I was asked a question about the pluses, I answered it with sarcasm.
              Further to stupid questions in a multitude, I decided not to answer, to shut up.
              Closed the "discussion" because grows into some kind of "bazaar".
  3. askort154 April 4 2020 10: 24 New
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    It is necessary to clarify. It stabilized during the day. yes
    1. Antidote April 4 2020 10: 37 New
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      What kind of stabilization we are talking about is not clear, there is a complete split, albeit with a trend up.
  4. Round Smesharik April 4 2020 10: 24 New
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    stabilized at around $ 35 per barrel

    Well, that means the coronovirus will soon stabilize and stop .. wink
    Looks agreed that it was time to end the economic war .. Someone lost, someone won this .. The repetition will be next year ..
  5. Avior April 4 2020 10: 25 New
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    That is, as I understand it, shale mining in the United States remains, as it was?
    1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 10: 32 New
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      Do you think that the states only produce oil this way?)
      1. Avior April 4 2020 10: 51 New
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        I believe that I already read about two weeks later at VO about a workshop with a lot of oil prices, which would allow us to irrevocably bring down shale oil production in the United States.
        So I want to understand, the question is removed from the agenda or not?
        1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 11: 07 New
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          the move was apparently not in this, but in making the states also reduce production. this, in principle, indirectly proves what Putin said yesterday. that we are ready to reduce it only if the states also go on this one. Here and take a look.
        2. Leshy1975 April 4 2020 11: 18 New
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          Quote: Avior
          I believe that I already read about two weeks later at VO about a workshop with a lot of oil prices, which would allow us to irrevocably bring down shale oil production in the United States.
          So I want to understand, the question is removed from the agenda or not?

          Yes, filmed.
          Until the moment it becomes clear whether the Russian Federation and Opek (first of all, KSA) have agreed to reduce them and on what conditions, i.e. who specifically reduces how much.
          Well, then on the situation. And if the result is not in favor of the Russian Federation (i.e., it loses more volumes than others, or doesn’t agree at all), then they will again extract from the grandfather’s suitcase, spent by moth a very, very tricky-ingenious plan (in the common people of KhPP).

          PS This song will be eternal, as well as its vibrations along with the line of the "party". laughing
        3. Sergej1972 April 4 2020 14: 19 New
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          For some reason, the Saudis are justified. They claim they absolutely did not want to bring down shale oil production.)
          1. antique April 4 2020 22: 13 New
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            Quote: Sergej1972
            For some reason, the Saudis are justified. They claim they absolutely did not want to bring down shale oil production.)

            A bit wrong. They told Cit. In a statement by the Russian president, “there is no word of truth,” Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince Farzal bin Farhan answered on Saturday. It was Russia that refused the OPEC + deal in early March, while Saudi Arabia and 22 other countries “tried to convince it to go for an additional reduction in oil production and extend the agreement,” the Kingdom’s Foreign Ministry quoted Bloomberg as saying. //Www.finanz.ru/novosti / birzhevyye-tovary / saudovskaya-araviya-obvinila-putina-vo-lzhi-i-perenesla-peregovory-opek + -1029065209
            In other words, Putin, as usual, was hypocritically lying at a meeting with Russian oil workers. Yard mnogohodovochki, in their level corresponding to the municipal fraudster, do not face the President of a nuclear power.
            1. Malyuta April 4 2020 22: 34 New
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              Quote: Antique
              In other words, Putin, as usual, was hypocritically lying at a meeting with Russian oil workers. Yard mnogohodovochki, in their level corresponding to the municipal fraudster, do not face the President of a nuclear power.

              Well said !!! + 100500
    2. Arpad April 4 2020 10: 40 New
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      Quote: Avior
      That is, as I understand it, shale mining in the United States remains, as it was?

    3. Chervonny April 4 2020 11: 53 New
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      where will she go. for states, shale mining is important.
  6. Mountain shooter April 4 2020 10: 27 New
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    We look further. The catastrophic scenario with falling prices "below the baseboard" has not yet gone through ... Russia did not blink ... IMHO, they will agree ... But a couple of weeks when oil was lower than the bottom - not even noticeably in the budget of the year.
    1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 10: 33 New
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      the whole point is to drag the states into this deal. in fact, what is likely to happen. otherwise it was stupid, they are reducing everything and the states are filling this decline with their own. if all this happens, then we can confidently say that the decision not to extend the deal to reduce production was a great step.
      1. antique April 4 2020 22: 25 New
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        Quote: carstorm 11
        and the states fill this decline with theirs. if all this happens, then we can confidently say that the decision not to extend the deal to reduce production was a great step.

        This is not a great step, but a completely ill-conceived and stupid step. It was made by a man who arrogantly believed in his geostrategic instinct. Which he never really had. With his completely presumptuous and adventurous step, Putin has inflicted tremendous misfortunes on Russia. Our export volume will be minimally reduced by 30% <or maybe more. According to The Wall Street Journal, within the framework of the deal under discussion, Saudi Arabia may reduce production by 3,5 million barrels per day, OPEC countries by 1,5 million, and another 2 million will be removed from the market in North America, including the United States. Russia is allocated a quota of 1,5 million barrels per day - 13% of daily production and about 30% of exports. Given the low price of oil, which has not risen to $ 60 for a very long time, budget losses will be monstrous. Eternal theft must be added to these losses. Because personal embezzlers will not give up their share.
    2. Arpad April 4 2020 10: 46 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      We look further. The catastrophic scenario with falling prices "below the baseboard" has not yet gone through ... Russia did not blink ... IMHO, they will agree ... But a couple of weeks when oil was lower than the bottom - it’s not very noticeable even in the budget of the year

      i.e. everything is ok.
      Another multi-path.
      Russia, as always, took all of them away (as Leontiev and Soloviev would say anyway).
      I’m thinking everything, but what version will they voice now?
      1. Mountain shooter April 4 2020 10: 55 New
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        Quote: Arpad
        Another multi-path.
        Russia, as always, took all of them away (as Leontiev and Soloviev would say anyway).
        I’m thinking everything, but what version will they voice now?

        Posted. Remind me? Over time? What kind of pessimism?
        In 2014, Russia began to "kill" in earnest. Everything was, and the catastrophic drop in oil prices, and the fall of the ruble "in half", and the catastrophic spending of gold reserves ... Nothing, survived ...
        1. Arpad April 4 2020 11: 04 New
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          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          Posted. Remind me? Over time? What kind of pessimism?

          I'm not an optimist. just do not have time to change shoes.
          TV presenter, general director of the international news agency "Russia Today" Dmitry Kiselev explained the benefits of Russia from cheap oil. The corresponding post appeared in his Telegram channel.

          “No panic. Oil is falling, but Russia remains in the black, not allowing to limit its capabilities in the global oil market. Strategically, the decision is right, ”said the media manager. He noted that in the event of the conclusion of a “disadvantageous transaction” with OPEC, “we would be thrown overboard and deprived of new income.” Now, according to Kiselyov, there is a chance not only to get and sell as much as needed, but also to "send American oil shale overboard."

          Kiselev also expressed the opinion that the Russian budget is much stronger than the budget of Saudi Arabia and is ready for low oil prices (around $ 40), unlike the kingdom’s budget

          I somehow do not keep up with the creative flight of thought?
          so where are we?
          what is generally beneficial?
          what is beneficial? cut or not 7
          To be in OPEC + or not?
          To extinguish shales - or not?
          Saudi bend or not?
          What happened with the paddock for 10 years, 6 if less than 3 weeks have passed and have already risen to a certain position?
          Well this brain is boiling and only 3 weeks have passed. what will happen next?
          1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 11: 09 New
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            Lord You do not watch TV and read the experts. Found on what to build your guesses.
            1. Arpad April 4 2020 11: 17 New
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              Quote: carstorm 11
              Lord You do not watch TV and read the experts. Found on what to build your guesses.

              experts laughing
              which one?
              Experts reacted positively to Russia's exit from the OPEC + deal

              Russia cannot be satisfied with the format of the OPEC + deal, because it is not beneficial for our country to limit the level of oil production. So commented on the withdrawal from the OPEC + agreement in an interview with Lente.ru, Director General of InfoTEK-Terminal Rustam Tankaev.

              According to the expert, in Russia oil reserves in general can grow unlimitedly. “Therefore, it’s ridiculous for us to limit production. And in this sense, an agreement is unprofitable for us. The money that Russia brings to the OPEC + agreement is momentary and tactical. In fact, Russia is at a very disadvantage, being within the framework of the agreement. ”

              or maybe it?

              who is the prophet here?
              Problem wink
              1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 04 New
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                Well, it's hard to explain something to a person who builds his rationale on YouTube videos. it does not make sense. but I advise you to just read specialized publications. Well, to understand what they say to you.
                1. Arpad April 4 2020 13: 24 New
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                  Quote: carstorm 11
                  Well, it's hard to explain something to a person who builds his rationale on YouTube videos.

                  strange, but I’m also looking through the window and comparing.
                  Quote: carstorm 11
                  but I advise you to just read specialized publications. Well, to understand what they say to you.

                  eg .
                  1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 13: 35 New
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                    start with Forbes. there the analysis is more specific and more professional. and available to the layman.
                    1. Arpad April 4 2020 13: 48 New
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                      Quote: carstorm 11
                      start with Forbes. there the analysis is more specific and more professional. and available to the layman.

                      A reference pliz, to the original, maybe I know a little the language of the enemy.
          2. Mountain shooter April 4 2020 11: 52 New
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            Quote: Arpad

            I somehow do not keep up with the creative flight of thought?
            so where are we?

            A soldier in a trench is always more visible than a commander’s mistake. laughing
        2. Lannan Shi April 4 2020 11: 08 New
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          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          In 2014, Russia began to "kill" in earnest.

          Laponka ... But if without pathos. What specific sanctions were imposed on Russia in 2014? Without any - they began to kill, the enemies burned their own hut. That's just point by point? And then we’ll figure it out, they began to kill us, or you are a bit of a lie. Weak?
          No, I understand that the question is purely rhetorical, and in principle it is impossible to hear any specifics from you, but still.
          1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 11: 20 New
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            A ban on investment in the infrastructure, transport, telecommunications and energy sectors, as well as the production of oil, gas and minerals. It is forbidden to supply equipment for these sectors, as well as the provision of financial and insurance services for them.
            A ban has been established on the purchase of more than 250 items of goods, including minerals and hydrocarbons.
            European financial institutions are prohibited from issuing loans or acquiring stakes in projects that are affected by sectoral sanctions.
            enough? I can continue. Only these three points influenced so that it seemed little.
            1. Lannan Shi April 4 2020 11: 31 New
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              Quote: carstorm 11
              A ban on investment in infrastructure, transport, telecommunications and energy sectors

              Amiable and you mountain shooter? Do you indulge in multiaccounting? Violation of the rules of the site in general. But oh well. There is no ban on infrastructure and transport in principle. There is a ban on the sale and purchase of dual-use products and technologies. Defense industry. And oil and gas on the shelf, deep water and shale. And the ban on financing banks working with the defense industry and the Crimea. The problem is what? We want to fight the West and we demand from him the financing of this fun and the supply of equipment for the production of weapons for this war. Somehow ... A little arrogant.
              Quote: carstorm 11
              A ban has been established on the purchase of more than 250 items of goods, including minerals and hydrocarbons.

              Chew? Truth? And to whom do we boil oil and gas? Is it Iran?
              Quote: carstorm 11
              European financial institutions are prohibited from issuing loans or acquiring stakes in projects that are affected by sectoral sanctions.
              Enough?

              Yeah. you only understand the essence of sectoral sanctions first. And so ... Before bending your fingers at someone, first of all, provide financial and technological independence. At least in the field of defense and oil industry. No one, in their right mind, will finance the war against themselves. Though hot, even cold.
              1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 08 New
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                smarter did not come up with anything?) what else shooter? in fact, after your words that investment is financing by the West, the conversation becomes meaningless. it is difficult to explain to a person with some knowledge that in others he is like a fish in the sand. can still breathe but in fact it is a corpse. a ban on PURCHASE and what does it have to do with the fact that we vparivat Iran is generally epic)))
            2. Arpad April 4 2020 11: 31 New
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              Quote: carstorm 11
              A ban on investment in infrastructure, transport, telecommunications and energy sectors, as well as oil, gas and minerals

              whose investment?
              Not Russian. and American and European.
              Well, and this, of course, is not just like that. and for the Crimea.
              Quote: carstorm 11
              It is forbidden to supply equipment for these sectors, as well as the provision of financial and insurance services for them.

              It’s interesting how until recently the Nord Stream -2 was built. South Stream ?
              Quote: carstorm 11
              a ban was placed on the purchase of more than 250 items of goods, among which minerals and hydrocarbons

              can be more detailed 7 What is it about?
              Quote: carstorm 11
              European financial institutions are prohibited from issuing loans or acquiring stakes in projects that are affected by sectoral sanctions.
              Enough?

              Yes . but it's about European and American money.
              Its kind of like enough.
              How much is the NWF and the reserve fund.
              can you invest your own?
              1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 14 New
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                Well, let's point by point. tell me at least one country that was able to develop rapidly without foreign investment? what did we build? are you few flows? approx. In 2014, immediately after the announcement of the imposition of sanctions, several planned joint ventures with Western companies broke up. Shell said it was halting work under the Khanty-Mansiysk Oil and Gas Union JV with Gazprom Neft to develop shale deposits in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. Total abandoned plans to create a joint venture with Lukoil to develop the Bazhenov formation. ExxonMobil was forced to freeze all projects in Russia, with the exception of Sakhalin-1. For an indefinite period, the project for the creation of the Far Eastern LNG, a gas liquefaction plant on the resource base of the Sakhalin-1 project (investment volume of at least $ 10 billion) was postponed. ) Rosneft and ExxonMobil have been exploring the possibility of building the enterprise since 2013. and have already announced their intention to put it into operation by the end of 2018. Rosneft even entered into agreements for the sale of LNG from a future plant starting in the first quarter of 2019. However, now the project has suspended - last year it was said that the plant would start operating not earlier than 2020, and now Energy Minister Alexander Novak in his letter to the government said that “an investment decision on the final choice of the concept of the Far Eastern LNG project has not yet been made . The planned date for making the investment decision is Q2017 XNUMX. ”A similar situation has developed around the offshore project Rosneft and ExxonMobil in the Kara Sea. In September, the 2014 partners announced the discovery of the Universitetskaya-1 field, where a well was drilled. However, the withdrawal of the American partner from the project led to the suspension of drilling operations. Rosneft claims that it may be able to continue drilling operations alone, but not now, but in 2017–2018. The construction of the Yamal liquefied natural gas plant Yamal LNG, in which Novatek companies participate, is a little better. (60%), Total (20%) and CNPC (20%). The $ 27 billion project nearly collapsed due to the cessation of funding. Loans from US banks, which the shareholders had hoped for at the initial stage, in 2013 were not available. “By the time the sanctions were introduced, we had already made serious financial progress - a classic scheme with payments in dollars through American banks, American lawyers ... We had to start from scratch! ” - said the head of Total Intelligence Development Russia, Jacques de Boisson. Nevertheless, Yamal LNG was saved thanks to money from China. “This is the most difficult work that I have had to do for 18 months,” admitted Patrick Puyanne, the head of Total. Even Chinese banks insisted on attracting European banks and export-import agencies, but they changed their position after the visit of the head of the presidential administration Sergei Ivanov to Beijing. OJSC Yamal LNG has already signed agreements with the Export-Import Bank of China and the China Development Bank on the provision of credit lines in the amount of 9,3 billion euros and 9,8 billion yuan for a period of 15 years. To this amount 150 billion rubles were added. from the National Wealth Fund and a loan of 3,6 billion euros from Sberbank and Gazprombank. That is, the project was saved largely thanks to the state budget and state banks.
                Well, offhand. few? I can still throw if you want. For defense industry, for example. I can throw how many companies flew by, for example, from the EBRD's refusal to lend to their projects. and this is mainly different production. from food to chemistry. you don’t even have a clue how many there are and how they got into it.
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                  y let's point by point. tell me at least one country that was able to develop rapidly without foreign investment?

                  I don’t know, but what about this then?
                  Vladimir PUTIN: “Yes, they do not care about these sanctions!”

                  Two-way stick: Why the EU suffers from sanctions more than Russia
                  https://nsn.fm/in-the-world/palka-o-dvuh-kontsah-es-stradaet-ot-sanktsii-bolshe-chem-rossiya

                  Quote: carstorm 11
                  In 2014, immediately after the announcement of the imposition of sanctions, several planned joint ventures with Western companies broke up.

                  Infox.ruInfox.ru
                  How Russia Gains from US Sanctions - Die Welt
                  https://yandex.ru/news/story/Die_Welt_soobshhila_o_ispolzovanii_Rossiej_sankcij_SSHA--c789c81c883e0cf780107017f97de897?lang=ru&from=rss&stid=KlQA1wQ37CRpXYMCn2tp

                  Quote: carstorm 11
                  . Things are slightly better with the Yamal LNG plant construction project in Yamal, in which Novatek (60%), Total (20%) and CNPC (20%) participate. The $ 27 billion project nearly collapsed due to the cessation of funding. Credits from American banks, which the shareholders expected at the initial stage, in 2013 were not available.

                  strange you. Russia is practically in a state of cold war with the West and the United States - while complaining that they do not give you money.
                  Somehow a little strange. don't you find?
                  1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 47 New
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                    no. not weird. you somehow forget that Russia has a foreign trade in terms of turnover of 667 billion American money for 2019. and this turnover must be provided with loans and goods. As for the words about spitting on sanctions, would you say something else? sometimes life leads to such situations that you have only two choices — either to bend or raise your head to overcome them.
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                      Quote: carstorm 11
                      no. not weird. you somehow forget that Russia has a foreign trade in terms of turnover of 667 billion American money for 2019. and this turnover must be provided with loans and goods. As for the words about spitting on sanctions, would you say something else? sometimes life leads to such situations that you have only two choices — either to bend or raise your head to overcome them.

                      No, it’s strange.
                      Having said A, we must say YaB.
                      Did Putin think that Abkhazia, Ossetia and the Crimea would be swallowed so that the west would wipe away?
                      Took on tug - do not say that not a dozen.
                      Either pull or bend - but certainly not cry.
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                        no one thinks so. we are discussing sanctions themselves and not what led to them. I personally think all this is the right decision. and I understand why this was reflected in the country. The person decided to say that the sanctions did not bring us anything bad, I replied that this was not so. brought a lot of bad.
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                        Quote: carstorm 11
                        we are discussing sanctions themselves and not what led to them.

                        and what, one is not connected with the second?
                        Quote: carstorm 11
                        I personally think all this is the right decision.

                        Well, see. You think these decisions are correct. and the West from the USA considers its decisions to be correct.
                        Draw and stalemate. Everyone relies on himself and rakes off his consequences.
                        Quote: carstorm 11
                        the man decided to say that the sanctions did not bring us anything bad, I replied that this was not so. brought a lot of bad.

                        certainly brought and will bring.
                        There is an exit ? I do not see.
                        Overly many scrapes for all these decisions failed, and Putin - he is Putin, after all - he is not mistaken, so there will be no change until 2036.
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                        I do not understand. what does the brace have to do with it? output? to bend your line and that's it. we made a choice and just have to survive it. and do not whine.
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                        Quote: carstorm 11
                        I do not understand. what does the brace have to do with it? output? to bend your line and that's it. we made a choice and just have to survive it. and do not whine.

                        according to your comments, I understood exactly that.
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                        and you read first. analyze how the conversation started and why I answered and what. it will become easier to understand.
  7. Mountain shooter April 4 2020 12: 04 New
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    Quote: Lannan Shi
    No, I understand that the question is purely rhetorical, and it’s impossible to hear any specifics from you, but still

    Specifics?
    Dramatically dropped the price of oil, and banned foreign borrowing. It was under Abama, and right away ...
    After the Boeing was shot down, and European sanctions were pushed through Merkel. Grandma didn’t agree ...
    And I’m not a little thing for you, but a reserve officer. Usually narrow-minded people think everyone is dumber than themselves ...
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Dramatically dropped the price of oil, and banned foreign borrowing. It was under Abama, and right away ...

      who dropped it?
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      After they shot down a Boeing,

      who shot down?
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      And I’m not a little thing for you, but a reserve officer.

      Well, I didn’t call you a paw, and the fact that you are a reserve officer implies some preferences or do you expect subordination on my part as a senior reserve sergeant?
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Usually narrow-minded people think everyone is dumber than themselves ...

      Are you talking about yourself?
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        Quote: Arpad

        Are you talking about yourself?

        A rhetorical question ... wassat
    2. Lannan Shi April 4 2020 14: 31 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      The price of oil dropped sharply,

      Laponka. In 2014, the daily oil supply by 1.5 million barrels exceeded demand. I dare to recall that 2 countries in the world actively increased production in 2008-14. Russia and the USA. So who dropped oil prices? Evil Americans probably. They did not sacrifice their pockets for the glory of Russia. Sinister in one word.
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      and banned foreign borrowing.

      Do not exaggerate. Borrowing in general, as such, was not prohibited. Borrowing was forbidden to those who collaborated with Gazprom, Rosneft, and primarily with the military-industrial complex. If we had declared a full-fledged financial war, like Iran at the time, with asset blocking, a ban on transactions, everything would have been much sadder. And so ... We subtly hinted, since we are so cool, then it would be time to develop the arms business with our own money.
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      After the Boeing was shot down, and European sanctions were pushed through Merkel.

      Laponka. European sanctions tracing with American. If we are not able to provide financing and technologies for the military-industrial complex and oil production, then who are we evil cheburashka? Can first ensure real independence, at least in these areas, and only then croak loudly, making himself the first frog in the swamp?
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Usually far-fetched people think everyone is dumber than themselves.

      Well, here you know better. And so yes, to talk about something, without even bothering to find out the details of what you are talking about ... This is strong.
  8. Andobor April 4 2020 13: 13 New
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    Quote: Lannan Shi
    What specific sanctions were imposed on Russia in 2014?

    - They refused to sell equipment for the extraction of expensive, hard-to-recover oil,
    Well, I thought it’s enough for a few years, but we’ll do our job there,
    no, - in the 20th year, Russia forbade the extraction of expensive, hard-to-recover oil, for which it had previously jumped off the oil needle.
  • Arpad April 4 2020 11: 10 New
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    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    In 2014, Russia began to "kill" in earnest. Everything was, and the catastrophic drop in oil prices, and the fall of the ruble "in half", and the catastrophic spending of gold reserves ... Nothing, survived ...

    The whole problem is that the frequency of crises with this - EXPERIENCE -
    increases year by year, mind you, without any type
    EXPERIENCED and began to live better.
    We didn’t survive, every year everything worsens. or do you disagree with this?
    I would understand if all the problems were exclusively from behind a hill.
    But with such a managerial layer. and even with the prospect until 2036.
    I envy your optimism.
    Since 1917 we live on promises, tired.
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      Quote: Arpad
      I envy your optimism.
      Since 1917 we live on promises, tired

      Envy is not constructive.
      What about you? To scoop up? Where? To Germany, to Italy? Or maybe in the USA?
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        Quote: Mountain Shooter
        Quote: Arpad
        I envy your optimism.
        Since 1917 we live on promises, tired

        Envy is not constructive.
        What about you? To scoop up? Where? To Germany, to Italy? Or maybe in the USA?

        I didn’t catch the connection - are you tired of promises and is it time to bring it down?
        There are no other options ?
        1. Krasnodar April 4 2020 13: 28 New
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          Quote: Arpad

          I didn’t catch the connection - are you tired of promises and is it time to bring it down?
          There are no other options ?

          Judging by the nickname - to Vampiria laughing
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            Quote: Arpad

            I didn’t catch the connection - are you tired of promises and is it time to bring it down?
            There are no other options ?

            Judging by the nickname - to Vampiria laughing

            I drink exclusively 3 stars with a negative Rhesus. laughing
            1. Krasnodar April 4 2020 15: 05 New
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              Arpadut and blood consumption - Halakh disapproves negative
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                Quote: Krasnodar
                Arpadut and blood consumption - Halakh disapproves

                a problem. and start kneading matzo?
                1. Krasnodar April 4 2020 22: 35 New
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                  On Passover it is possible - with permission of the Head Priest of the Vampyria, the Fed and personally Yaeli Kushnir fellow
  • carstorm 11 April 4 2020 11: 08 New
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    this is the logic. and not a multi-step, but a completely reasonable step.
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      Quote: carstorm 11
      this is the logic. and not a multi-step, but a completely reasonable step.

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    Quote: Arpad
    I’m thinking everything, but what version will they voice now?

    the guarantor defeated the Saudis, threatened the states, Europe will die soon, helped the whole world defeat the pandemic, well, about the upcoming breakthroughs and breakthroughs, there is no time for buildup.
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      and someone at least once said that someone is fighting with someone and wants to defeat someone?))) Well, at least once Putin said this or something like that?
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      Quote: Malyuta
      the guarantor defeated the Saudis

      as? the fact that Russia does not mind reducing oil production by 10 million barrels per day? request
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        not Russia but generally a decline. world mining. we get only 10 ourselves) read carefully.
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      ps realized it was sarcasm on your part laughing hi
  • Arpad April 4 2020 10: 55 New
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    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    . Russia did not blink.

    Well, let's say directly. Saudi Sechin and Co. bent down.
    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    A couple of weeks, when oil was lower than the bottom - even in the budget of the year is not too noticeable.

    Well, the question then arises is very simple, but why the heck did all this need ???
    Russia cannot be satisfied with the format of the OPEC + deal, because it is not beneficial for our country to limit the level of oil production. So commented on the withdrawal from the OPEC + agreement in an interview with Lente.ru, Director General of InfoTEK-Terminal Rustam Tankaev.

    According to the expert, in Russia oil reserves in general can grow unlimitedly. “Therefore, it’s ridiculous for us to limit production. And in this sense, an agreement is unprofitable for us. The money that Russia brings to the OPEC + agreement is momentary and tactical. In fact, Russia is at a very disadvantage, being within the framework of the agreement. ”


    What was all this? Whose genius?
    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    A couple of weeks, when oil was lower than the bottom - even in the budget of the year is not too noticeable.

    It seems you are ready to support any jamb of GDP in general.
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      bent over? specifically in what? on points if possible.
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        Quote: carstorm 11
        bent over? specifically in what? on points if possible.

        It depends on who you are talking about. Saud or Russia?
        1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 12: 54 New
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          You said they bent Sechin. I ask in what place. the only complaint of the Russian Federation was to reduce this is that we are reducing and the states are increasing on the contrary. and in a couple of years of this decline, sales at this expense increased above us. now the states are going to reduce their production by themselves. hence the question, who bent?
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            Quote: carstorm 11
            You said they bent Sechin. I ask in what place. the only complaint of the Russian Federation was to reduce this is that we are reducing and the states are increasing on the contrary.

            But the guardian does not know this?
            and now what has changed? What do you suddenly agree?

            Quote: carstorm 11
            now the states are going to reduce their production by themselves. hence the question, who bent?

            Why did you decide. what do the states agree to this?
            can you reference?
            1. carstorm 11 April 4 2020 13: 24 New
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              let's see the solution on the 6th. without this, there will be no deal. Putin only suggested. the decision is theirs. if they don’t go then they will kill the shale. In the United States they can reduce oil production in order to get out of the crisis if Saudi Arabia and Russia also arrive. According to Bloomberg, this was stated by the representative of the Texas Rail Commission Ryan Sitton. The state is one of the country's main producing regions. "Texas could reduce production by 10% if Saudi Arabia makes the same reduction from the pre-pandemic production level and Russia agrees to go the same way," said Ryan Sitton.
              The State Railroad Commission regulates oil and gas production in Texas by setting time schedules. In this way, the authority may limit production
    2. Ross xnumx April 4 2020 11: 11 New
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      Quote: Arpad
      Well, let's say directly. Saudi Sechin and Co. bent down.

      It is unlikely that this will affect his salary ... yes
      If we talk about the "Saudis," then they were more likely to be bent on by Trump, who has a much greater influence in the world than rogue Sechin together with his K.
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        Quote: ROSS 42
        If we talk about the "Saudis", it is more likely that Trump bent them

        nobody has bent anyone yet.
        saudi voiced their demand
        Russia and the States in the deal.
        someone heard that the US is ready to cut production?
    3. Andobor April 4 2020 13: 22 New
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      Quote: Arpad
      Well, the question then arises is very simple, but why the heck did all this need ???

      In the 14th year, sanctions were imposed on Russia:
      - refused to sell equipment for the extraction of expensive, hard-to-recover oil,
      - in the 20th year, Russia forbade the extraction of expensive, hard-to-recover oil, for which it first jumped off the oil needle. Killing not only those oil workers, but also the manufacturers, developers and financiers of this equipment
  • Old partisan April 4 2020 10: 36 New
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    Russia does not trade or produce Brent oil. Therefore, you can only rejoice in the Middle East. We produce oil urals. She is 30% cheaper than Brent. But gasoline will still be more expensive. It’s necessary for Sechin to live somehow.
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      Yeah, soon the asphalt will sweep up the asphalt with his chin, he will grow his ryah, even if he would have a conscience, although what am I talking about and he already fucked her.
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      Due to the similarity of URALS characteristics with BRENT grade, the price of Russian oil is determined and depends on the price of the North Sea standard. which means BRENT is growing, and URALS is growing. do not write nonsense.
  • svp67 April 4 2020 10: 40 New
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    To date, prices are at the level of 34-35 US dollars, stabilizing relative to the previous turbulent period.
    And how is this to be understood? Tse zrada, chi peremoga?
    At the same time, statements are being made from the White House that the United States may introduce duties for oil from Saudi Arabia and Russia “in order to stabilize the world oil market”.
    With a general drop in demand and being the country with the highest oil production, at the moment, you can introduce duties on all oil trying to enter the country, thus at least supporting its shale
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      Quote: svp67
      With a general drop in demand and being the country with the highest oil production, at the moment, you can introduce duties on all oil trying to enter the country, thus at least supporting its shale

      You are right, Sergey. States through the mechanism of import duties domestically can keep a comfortable oil price. Moreover, even in this situation, the Saudis will supply oil to the United States. But you did not take into account one big minus for the United States in this situation. It is that the goods they produce that are exported will be less competitive than competitors. In this case, they will have to be subsidized. This would nullify all oil duty revenues.
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        Quote: kjhg
        You are right, Sergey. States through domestic import duties can keep oil prices comfortable

        Actually, the United States is practically self-sufficient in oil. meaning in duties?
        Quote: kjhg
        This is because the goods they produce that are exported will be less competitive than competitors

        they were very competitive at 65 bucks a barrel. at 40 or 20 they will remain the same.
        I'm not saying that. that the oil component in the price of American goods is just miserable.
        Quote: kjhg
        This would nullify all oil duty revenues.

        what are the duties?
        1. svp67 April 4 2020 12: 40 New
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          Quote: Arpad
          Actually, the United States is practically self-sufficient in oil. meaning in duties?

          Saudi and our oil is now cheaper, which is forcing their shale oil companies to lower prices, which is not good for them, especially for them. So, that makes sense in duties. Prior to this, just like that, the Americans acted with rolled steel, aluminum ..., and a lot with that.
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            Quote: svp67
            Saudi and our oil is now cheaper, which forces their shale oil companies to lower prices, but this is not good for them, especially for them

            Well, so they will buy oil not from shale, but cheap Saudi 7 What is the difference?
            Quote: svp67
            . So that there is a sense in duties

            which one?
            support the shale?
            But they do not introduce duties, so they do not see the point in this.
            Quote: svp67
            Prior to this, just as Americans acted with rolled steel, aluminum.

            probably this made sense. but they don’t see it in oil.
  • fk7777777 April 4 2020 10: 41 New
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    Well, what’s the matter: whoever gathered oil wells, ... Now we’ll discuss Mishustin for a millionaire, he started selling his homeland with a hunchback, so everything is in order, everything was seized from the cannibals.
  • rotmistr60 April 4 2020 10: 46 New
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    Probably more often it is necessary to call up, and Americans to mock their Saudi root.
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    Striped, Trump, they want to protect, support their oil producers .... HA, HA, the market has decided everything / but !!! Freshly a tradition. Will be forged by ordinary barrage measures, i.e. duties!
  • apro April 4 2020 11: 05 New
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    Tricky plan? Multi-path?
    God saved Russia .... oil has risen in price ...
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      Quote: apro
      Tricky plan? Multi-path?
      God saved Russia .... oil has risen in price ...

      Actually, Saudi Arabia set the conditions.
      in addition to Russia, the United States should also be in the deal.
      As I see it, Putin has already agreed, as I did not hear Trump’s consent.
      1. Hartakolo12 April 4 2020 12: 48 New
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        You can’t agree to cut oil without the United States.
  • Ross xnumx April 4 2020 11: 06 New
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    Brent Oil Prices stabilized at around $ 35 per barrel

    Stabilized?
    Stabilization - Stabilization (from lat. Stabilis - steady, constant) hardening, bringing into constant steady state or maintaining this state, for example, ensuring the constancy of any processes ...

    Can, stopped "Rest" before the start of April 6?
    The oil market is looking forward to April 6th, at which a meeting of OPEC + energy ministers is scheduled.

    This is correct when people are interested in the internal price of gasoline, because from the global stabilization the population of Russia (not to be confused with the Russian oligarchs) receives practically nothing. yes
  • sanik2020 April 4 2020 11: 17 New
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    What about gas? Is it stabilizing?

    In good times, gasoline only steadily increased in price.
    Why?
    Yes, because the Russian economy is oil and gas, other sectors do not produce substantial budget filling. And now, oil oligarchs will not uncork their offshore capsules to support their own business. It is easiest for them to bring one suitcase to the White House or the Kremlin and lobby for compensation for losses from the budget. The logic is simple: It's easier to lose one suitcase than whole billions.
    Elementary arithmetic.
  • evgenii67 April 4 2020 11: 45 New
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    Urrrraaaaa !!! Heal !!!
    NO.
    Well? Are we expecting a 20-kopeck increase in gas prices?
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      Ruble 4-5 minimum
  • APASUS April 4 2020 12: 13 New
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    The American shale oil market has rained down and there is no longer any friendship! So they put pressure on Saudi Arabia and they most likely threatened ours - the result is instant
  • Ironcity April 4 2020 13: 20 New
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    In March, Novak, in response to a completely adequate proposal by the Saudis to reduce by 1,5 million, proudly unfolds and leaves. And now the grandfather is ready to discuss a decrease of 10 million. Ah yes the KhPP, a clear victory: the Arabs and the shales were bent. By the way, the United States is not going to reduce anything, they simply intimidated the oil industry with sanctions.
  • dgonni April 4 2020 13: 38 New
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    If in a nutshell!
    Trump in his tweet hinted to OPEC and Russia that they need to remove 10 million barrels per day from the market. If not? That for the Saudis, we will introduce import duties and sanctions for Russia. Agree as you want.
    OPEC + was bustling, Russia as well. The GDP said that he, in principle, is not opposed, but if you consider the decline in volumes from the last meeting in Vienna. That bish from 10,5 Russia and 9,5 Saudis + OPEC are old trivia. The prince made it clear that they would consider the decline from modern production. And the Saudis at the moment it is about 12,5-13 million per day!
    Truncated, the multi-door has developed. After spitting on OPEC, led by Saudi Arabia, you can not go to the grandmother about the volumes that will be reduced. Saudis will return to their pre-crisis 9,5, then bish minus type 3-3,5 million. 1,5 million minus the rest of the OPEC countries. But Russia, which in OPEC + is that plus, will be forced to minus 5 million real production. Which was before March 6 and is at the moment. For the oil industry could not increase production.
    Sechin and the newcomer are brilliant guest strategists, in fact they achieved a multiple decrease in exports. And besides, Sechin grabbed 9% of the shares. Okay so!
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    Russia was required to reduce oil production by 0,5 million barrels per day. Now Russia is required to reduce production by 10 million barrels per day. Here is the HPP, coupled with a "multi-path". Sechin and Putin themselves dig the grave of the Russian economy. And so for 20 years, down the drain. And now with this “vacation” everything that remains is finished off.
  • Ros 56 April 4 2020 14: 33 New
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    Another 10-15 bucks will rise in price and our economy is quite possible to develop, we just have to pat individual copies on the ears.
  • Mentat April 4 2020 14: 53 New
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    But just a few days ago here everyone squealed with rapture, splashing saliva, all in their wet dreams, rubbing their hands and what else, about the negative oil price for Russia a certain kind forum users.
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    Until the taxation of the oil industry is reviewed and the binding of fuel to greens is canceled, gasoline in our country will not go down.
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    Soon the guard will have nothing to contain ... recourse