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Global energy investment to rise 10% in 2021

In 2021, investment in the energy sector will rise to $1.9 trillion, up more than 10% from 2020, bringing total investment in the energy sector back to pre-crisis levels. The primary focus is now on investments in the end-user sector,…

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Oil prices rise as traders assess demand outlook

Oil prices have rebounded from a three-week low as investors assessed demand prospects in the wake of the recent global Covid-19 rally. Delta expressed concern about the short-term demand outlook and hurt the oil price hike, which caused oil prices…

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Natural gas will become significantly more expensive

The days of cheap natural gas may finally be over. U.S. natural gas futures jumped to a 31-month peak of 4.16 U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices are forecast to remain high U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports will remain…

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Copper markets in transition

The harmony of copper prices between COMEX and LME copper has not been this unbalanced for a long time. The reason is different inventories in the U.S. and London. The U.S. has far fewer physical inventories of essential metals such…

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Africa struggles with oil production lack of adequate investment

Nigeria and Angola, the largest sub-Saharan oil producers are struggling to ensure future oil production. This is due to a lack of investment as major international corporations change their investment strategies. Prioritization has now changed. International oil companies are looking…

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Precious Metals & Energy – Weekly Review

The U.S. jobs report released on Friday showed that the economy is moving towards recovery. Better than expected was the conclusion underneath. The hope for an early return to the pre-pandemic period was reawakened by the jobs report. Now the…

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Gold market sells-off

“Better than expected,” the U.S. Labor Department reported that nonfarm payrolls rose to 943,000 in July. This number was well above analysts’ estimates of 870,000. This fueled expectations for the Fed’s stimulus package and negatively impacted gold prices, which fell…

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