News Flash Service



National and global events such as energy policy, politics, geopolitics, and monetary policy have an effect on energy prices. NUS provides clients with a News Flash service which provides commentary on current events and their short and long term impact on energy prices. News Flashes are issued whenever a significant event, whether local or global, influences energy markets.


UK - Budget 2016 March 17, 2016

​As anticipated, The Chancellor in his eighth budget has announced a move towards the rationalisation of the often conflicting energy taxation landscape. The key elements of the announcement, which will...

Inventory Overload March 03, 2016

​Today the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its Weekly Petroleum Status Report containing US crude oil production and inventory levels. The report was nothing short of astounding. In the...

Freeze? February 16, 2016

​Over the past days the Venezuelan oil minister, Eulogio del Pino, has been soliciting major crude producers in an effort to forge an agreement to curtain supply. Yesterday oil ministers...

Finding The Bottom December 15, 2015

​As expected, crude oil prices have continued to slide as a result of the global market suffering an abundance of supply and slack demand. OPEC’s recent meeting which ended...

OPEC Disappointment Tomorrow December 03, 2015

With the year-end OPEC meeting scheduled to conclude tomorrow the news media has been filled with stories speculating as to whether OPEC will or will not cut production. Case in...

Turkey Downs Russian Fighter November 24, 2015

As expected, over the recent weeks the international energy markets traded lower due to supply outstripping demand and continued inventory growth. Yesterday, markets were pushing toward the sub-$40 mark but...