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   Australia to spend A$94 mil buying oil to store in US reserve  2020/04/22 09:48:21 The Edge Markets
Australia on Wednesday committed to spending A$94 million (US$59 million) to build an emergency oil stockpile, first by buying crude to store in the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve to take advantage of oil prices that have slumped to 21-year lows. Energy Minister Angus Taylor said Australia's storage tanks are full and the country needs to increase its stockpile to meet International Energy Agency (IEA) fuel security rules, so it makes sense to use spare capacity in the US Government's reserve.
   IEA's Birol: OPEC+ supply cut insufficient to rebalance market immediately  2020/04/21 15:30:31 FXStreet
"We continue to see extraordinary turmoil in oil markets in this "Black April" for the industry," International Energy Agency's (IEA) chief Fatih Biro
   Positive sentiment lifts Bursa Malaysia higher  2020/04/17 10:25:05 The Sun Daily
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia extended its gains to end the week on a firm note, underpinned by persistent buying momentum in the index-linked counters amid positive market sentiment brought by reduced Covid-19 cases. The decline in new Covid-19 cases is seen as a signal for economic recovery worldwide, dealers said. In line with the regional uptrend, the benchmark index FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) rose 20.81 points or 1.5% to 1,407.34 from 1,386.53 at Thursday’s close. The barometer index, which opened 9.02 points firmer at 1,395.55, fluctuated above the 1,400-level for most of the day and even moved as high as 1,414.67 at one point. The overall market breadth was bullish with gainers trouncing losers 764 to 211, while 360 counters were unchanged, 568 untraded and 19 others suspended. Turnover increased to 6.31 billion shares worth RM3.02 billion from 4.83 billion shares worth RM2.67 billion yesterday. Bank Islam chief economist Dr Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid said the equities market appeared to be disregarding the disappointing economic data coming out from the United States.
   'Welcome ambition': Shell to unveil net zero emissions plan  2020/04/16 08:41:59 BusinessGreen
Oil giant to update investors on sweeping new strategy to deliver net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2050 Shell is to outline plans today detailing how it intends to become a net zero emission energy business by 2050 "or sooner", including strengthened targets to deliver net zero emissions across its operations, energy use, and crucially its wider value chain. The oil giant said it would publish a series of "detailed steps" on how it plans to meet the net zero goal at its Responsible Investment Annual Briefing today, including new medium and long term emissions targets and a pledge to "pivot towards serving businesses and sectors that by 2050 are also net-zero emissions". It comes during an extremely trying period for the global oil industry, with the International Energy Agency (IEA) yesterday forecasting global oil demand will fall 29 per cent in April and nine per cent this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. IEA executive director Fatih Birol yesterday said 2020 was likely to be "the worst year in the history of global oil markets".
   COVID-19 to erase nearly a decade of oil demand growth this year: IEA  2020/04/16 00:30:24 Sify.com
Paris [France]: The coronavirus crisis could erase almost a decade of oil demand growth in 2020 as countries around the world effectively shut down in response to the pandemic, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday. "Global oil demand is expected to fall by a record 9.3 million barrels a day (mb/d) year-on-year in 2020. The impact of containment measures in 187 countries and territories has been to bring mobility almost to a halt," it said in its flagship report. The IEA said demand in April is estimated to be 29 mb/d lower than a year ago, down to a level last seen in 1995. For 2Q 20, demand is expected to be 23.1 mb/d below year-ago levels. The recovery in 2H 20 will be gradual. In December, demand will still be down 2.7 mb/d y-o-y. "Around the world, billions of people are affected by one of the worst health crises of the past century. The global economy is under pressure in ways not seen since the Great Depression in the 1930s," said IEA. Businesses are failing and unemployment is surging.
   Australia to spend A$94 mil buying oil to store in US reserve  2020/04/22 09:48:21 The Edge Markets
Australia on Wednesday committed to spending A$94 million (US$59 million) to build an emergency oil stockpile, first by buying crude to store in the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve to take advantage of oil prices that have slumped to 21-year lows. Energy Minister Angus Taylor said Australia's storage tanks are full and the country needs to increase its stockpile to meet International Energy Agency (IEA) fuel security rules, so it makes sense to use spare capacity in the US Government's reserve.
   IEA's Birol: OPEC+ supply cut insufficient to rebalance market immediately  2020/04/21 15:30:31 FXStreet
"We continue to see extraordinary turmoil in oil markets in this "Black April" for the industry," International Energy Agency's (IEA) chief Fatih Biro
   Positive sentiment lifts Bursa Malaysia higher  2020/04/17 10:25:05 The Sun Daily
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia extended its gains to end the week on a firm note, underpinned by persistent buying momentum in the index-linked counters amid positive market sentiment brought by reduced Covid-19 cases. The decline in new Covid-19 cases is seen as a signal for economic recovery worldwide, dealers said. In line with the regional uptrend, the benchmark index FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) rose 20.81 points or 1.5% to 1,407.34 from 1,386.53 at Thursday’s close. The barometer index, which opened 9.02 points firmer at 1,395.55, fluctuated above the 1,400-level for most of the day and even moved as high as 1,414.67 at one point. The overall market breadth was bullish with gainers trouncing losers 764 to 211, while 360 counters were unchanged, 568 untraded and 19 others suspended. Turnover increased to 6.31 billion shares worth RM3.02 billion from 4.83 billion shares worth RM2.67 billion yesterday. Bank Islam chief economist Dr Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid said the equities market appeared to be disregarding the disappointing economic data coming out from the United States.
   'Welcome ambition': Shell to unveil net zero emissions plan  2020/04/16 08:41:59 BusinessGreen
Oil giant to update investors on sweeping new strategy to deliver net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2050 Shell is to outline plans today detailing how it intends to become a net zero emission energy business by 2050 "or sooner", including strengthened targets to deliver net zero emissions across its operations, energy use, and crucially its wider value chain. The oil giant said it would publish a series of "detailed steps" on how it plans to meet the net zero goal at its Responsible Investment Annual Briefing today, including new medium and long term emissions targets and a pledge to "pivot towards serving businesses and sectors that by 2050 are also net-zero emissions". It comes during an extremely trying period for the global oil industry, with the International Energy Agency (IEA) yesterday forecasting global oil demand will fall 29 per cent in April and nine per cent this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. IEA executive director Fatih Birol yesterday said 2020 was likely to be "the worst year in the history of global oil markets".
   COVID-19 to erase nearly a decade of oil demand growth this year: IEA  2020/04/16 00:30:24 Sify.com
Paris [France]: The coronavirus crisis could erase almost a decade of oil demand growth in 2020 as countries around the world effectively shut down in response to the pandemic, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday. "Global oil demand is expected to fall by a record 9.3 million barrels a day (mb/d) year-on-year in 2020. The impact of containment measures in 187 countries and territories has been to bring mobility almost to a halt," it said in its flagship report. The IEA said demand in April is estimated to be 29 mb/d lower than a year ago, down to a level last seen in 1995. For 2Q 20, demand is expected to be 23.1 mb/d below year-ago levels. The recovery in 2H 20 will be gradual. In December, demand will still be down 2.7 mb/d y-o-y. "Around the world, billions of people are affected by one of the worst health crises of the past century. The global economy is under pressure in ways not seen since the Great Depression in the 1930s," said IEA. Businesses are failing and unemployment is surging.
   Australia to spend A$94 mil buying oil to store in US reserve  2020/04/22 09:48:21 The Edge Markets
Australia on Wednesday committed to spending A$94 million (US$59 million) to build an emergency oil stockpile, first by buying crude to store in the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve to take advantage of oil prices that have slumped to 21-year lows. Energy Minister Angus Taylor said Australia's storage tanks are full and the country needs to increase its stockpile to meet International Energy Agency (IEA) fuel security rules, so it makes sense to use spare capacity in the US Government's reserve.
   IEA's Birol: OPEC+ supply cut insufficient to rebalance market immediately  2020/04/21 15:30:31 FXStreet
"We continue to see extraordinary turmoil in oil markets in this "Black April" for the industry," International Energy Agency's (IEA) chief Fatih Biro
   Positive sentiment lifts Bursa Malaysia higher  2020/04/17 10:25:05 The Sun Daily
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia extended its gains to end the week on a firm note, underpinned by persistent buying momentum in the index-linked counters amid positive market sentiment brought by reduced Covid-19 cases. The decline in new Covid-19 cases is seen as a signal for economic recovery worldwide, dealers said. In line with the regional uptrend, the benchmark index FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) rose 20.81 points or 1.5% to 1,407.34 from 1,386.53 at Thursday’s close. The barometer index, which opened 9.02 points firmer at 1,395.55, fluctuated above the 1,400-level for most of the day and even moved as high as 1,414.67 at one point. The overall market breadth was bullish with gainers trouncing losers 764 to 211, while 360 counters were unchanged, 568 untraded and 19 others suspended. Turnover increased to 6.31 billion shares worth RM3.02 billion from 4.83 billion shares worth RM2.67 billion yesterday. Bank Islam chief economist Dr Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid said the equities market appeared to be disregarding the disappointing economic data coming out from the United States.
   'Welcome ambition': Shell to unveil net zero emissions plan  2020/04/16 08:41:59 BusinessGreen
Oil giant to update investors on sweeping new strategy to deliver net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2050 Shell is to outline plans today detailing how it intends to become a net zero emission energy business by 2050 "or sooner", including strengthened targets to deliver net zero emissions across its operations, energy use, and crucially its wider value chain. The oil giant said it would publish a series of "detailed steps" on how it plans to meet the net zero goal at its Responsible Investment Annual Briefing today, including new medium and long term emissions targets and a pledge to "pivot towards serving businesses and sectors that by 2050 are also net-zero emissions". It comes during an extremely trying period for the global oil industry, with the International Energy Agency (IEA) yesterday forecasting global oil demand will fall 29 per cent in April and nine per cent this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. IEA executive director Fatih Birol yesterday said 2020 was likely to be "the worst year in the history of global oil markets".
   COVID-19 to erase nearly a decade of oil demand growth this year: IEA  2020/04/16 00:30:24 Sify.com
Paris [France]: The coronavirus crisis could erase almost a decade of oil demand growth in 2020 as countries around the world effectively shut down in response to the pandemic, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday. "Global oil demand is expected to fall by a record 9.3 million barrels a day (mb/d) year-on-year in 2020. The impact of containment measures in 187 countries and territories has been to bring mobility almost to a halt," it said in its flagship report. The IEA said demand in April is estimated to be 29 mb/d lower than a year ago, down to a level last seen in 1995. For 2Q 20, demand is expected to be 23.1 mb/d below year-ago levels. The recovery in 2H 20 will be gradual. In December, demand will still be down 2.7 mb/d y-o-y. "Around the world, billions of people are affected by one of the worst health crises of the past century. The global economy is under pressure in ways not seen since the Great Depression in the 1930s," said IEA. Businesses are failing and unemployment is surging.

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