Friday, 16 June 2017

OPEC revenues from oil exports hits 445.7bln

In Oil & Companies News 15/06/2017

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) expects non-OPEC oil supply to increase by 0.5 million barrels per day in the second half of 2017, as compared to the first half of 2017 to average 58.4 million barrels per day, the cartel said in a monthly oil market report published on June 13.
“The U.S. is the main driver behind this higher growth, contributing 0.76 million barrels per day followed by Brazil and Canada with 0.12 million barrels per day and 0.06 million barrels per day, respectively,” the report said.
Offsetting some of this growth will be lower production, mainly from Russia (-0.13 million barrels per day), China (-0.06 million barrels per day), Indonesia (-0.06 million barrels per day) and Norway (-0.05 million barrels per day). In terms of regional oil supply, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is seen growing by 0.71 million barrels per day in the second half, which will broadly offset the declines of 0.18 million barrels per day expected in FSU countries and elsewhere.
Non-OPEC oil supply is projected to grow by 0.84 million barrels per day in 2017, following a downward revision of 0.11 million barrels per day, to average 58.14 million barrels per day. This forecast is revised down mainly due to lower expectations for Russian oil production, as well as lower output in Brunei, Sudan and Kazakhstan following the decision of OPEC and participating non-OPEC producers to extend oil production adjustments for a further period of nine months up to the end of the first quarter of 2018.
Moreover, US oil supply growth for 2017 was revised down by 29,000 barrels per day to 0.80 million barrels per day, due to lower-than-expected output in the first quarter of 2017. The higher growth in 2017 is envisaged for Canada and the UK, compared to last month.
On a country-by-country basis, the main contributors to growth in 2017 are expected to be the US with 0.80 million barrels per day, Canada with 0.26 million barrels per day, Brazil with 0.21 million barrels per day and Kazakhstan with 0.13 million barrels per day. In contrast, Mexico and China, as per 2016, remain the countries that see the largest contractions.
Preliminary data indicates that world oil supply up by 0.13 million barrels per day m-o-m in May to average 95.74 million barrels per day, higher by 1.48 million barrels per day, year over year, according to OPEC.
Non-OPEC oil supply in 2016 is estimated to have averaged 57.30 million barrels per day in 2016, a decline of 0.71 million barrels per day from 2015. During the first and the second halves of 2016, non-OPEC supply decreased by 0.63 million barrels per day and 0.78 million barrels per day, respectively, compared with the same periods the previous year. Non-OPEC supply in 2016 saw a strong decline in OECD Americas, China and Latin America, while growth was seen in the FSU, driven by robust output of 0.24 million barrels per day from Russia.
The export of oil from the OPEC countries in 2016 grew by 6.5 percent up to 25.01 million barrels per day.
The OPEC countries recorded a current account deficit of $43.7 billion in 2016, as compared to a deficit of $98.7 billion in 2015.
OPEC’s total exports fell by 7.9 percent on a year-on-year basis, while total imports fell by 9.2 percent.
The revenues of OPEC countries from oil exports decreased by 13.2 percent last year, as compared to 2015 and amounted to $445.7 billion.

Source: AzerNews