Solid Gold ~ Reli Minyak Kehilangan Momentum Karena Meningkatnya Produksi Dari Libya

 

minyak2Solid Gold Reli minyak di atas $ 50 per barel menunjukkan tanda-tanda keraguan karena gangguan dalam produksi minyak Libya yang telah mengurangi kenaikan harga, dan OPEC terlihat mengandalkan anggota dibebaskan dari pembatasan pasokan untuk membantu pemotongan produksinya.

Minyak berjangka sedikit berubah di New York setelah turun 0,7 persen pada hari Senin. Sedangkan produksi OPEC turun 200.000 barel per hari pada bulan Maret, penurunan itu dibantu oleh penurunan di Nigeria dan Libya yang bukan bagian dari kesepakatan pengetatan produksi. Di antara negara-negara yang terikat oleh kesepakatan untuk menyusutkan kelimpahan pasokan, kepatuhan turun ke 89 persen dari 104 persen. Libya mengatakan melanjutkan untuk memompa setelah sekitar adanya gangguan sekitar satu minggu.

Minyak mentah West Texas Intermediate untuk pengiriman bulan Mei berada di $ 50,27 per barel di New York Mercantile Exchange, naik 3 sen, pada pukul 08:44 pagi di Singapura. Harga WTI tergelincir 36 sen untuk ditutup di level $ 50,24 pada hari Senin. Total volume perdagangan sekitar 76 persen di bawah rata-rata 100-hari.

Minyak Brent untuk pengiriman bulan Juni tidak berubah di level $ 53,12 per barel di ICE Futures Europe exchange yang berbasis di London, setelah jatuh 0,8 persen pada hari Senin. Minyak mentah acuan global untuk bulan Juni diperdagangkan lebih besar $ 2,39 dari WTI.(frk)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Oil�s rally above $50 a barrel showed signs of faltering as a disruption in Libyan output that had lifted prices eased, and OPEC was seen relying on members exempt from supply curbs to aid its production cuts.

Futures were little changed in New York after dropping 0.7 percent on Monday. While OPEC output fell by 200,000 barrels a day in March, the decline was helped by reductions in Nigeria and Libya that aren�t part of its production-curb deal. Among nations bound by the accord to shrink a glut, compliance slid to 89 percent of pledged cuts from 104 percent. Libya was said to resume pumping at its biggest field after about a week of disruption.

Oil in New York climbed 5.5 percent last week, the most since December, as Kuwait and other producers from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries joined with Oman to voice support for an extension of the six-month deal to reduce output that began in January. OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo said Sunday that he is �cautiously optimistic that the market is already rebalancing,� even as data showed the number of active oil rigs in the U.S. rose to the highest since September 2015.

West Texas Intermediate for May delivery was at $50.27 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, up 3 cents, at 8:44 a.m. in Singapore. Prices slipped 36 cents to close at $50.24 on Monday. Total volume traded was about 76 percent below the 100-day average.

Brent for June settlement was unchanged at $53.12 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange, after falling 0.8 percent on Monday. The global benchmark crude traded at a $2.39 premium to June WTI.

Source: Bloomberg

 

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