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Brent Crude Oil chart analysis – $60? $40?

Barring a major supply disruption, Brent is heading lower

Daily chart for Brent showing the reaction OPEC decision not to cut production

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Weekly chart for Brent

Weekly chart for Brent Crude Oil.

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Bloomberg chart predicting Brent at $60

Bloomberg chart-Oil Price Weakness Likely to Persist_2014-11-28

OPEC’s decision not to try and eliminate an oil-supply glut means the biggest crash in six years won’t stop until prices reach $60 a barrel, according to firms including Nomura Holdings Inc. and Deutsche Bank AG……………….

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“Keep it Simple!”

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WTI and Brent 3-year weekly line chart

Brent down 26% from June! WTI will test 80 and Brent 83?

Intermediate downtrend for WTI and Brent.

WTI and Brent 3-year Weekly Chart

Reference the last chart analysis for WTI and Brent published on Oct 8, 2014.

Reference my chart analysis published February 5, 2013 for historical numbers.

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West Texas Intermediate (WTI) weekly chart

Intermediate downtrend for WTI and Brent

WTI and Brent 3-Year weekly chart showing the differential and support levels.

WTI and Brent 3-Year Weekly Chart

For historical data and commentary, reference my chart analysis for WTI and Brent published February 5, 2013.

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WTIC and Brent weekly chart

What are the main points from this chart?

Chart of WTIC and Brent and the correlation coefficient.

Brent Crude

West Texas Intermediate

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WTI/ Brent chart (2011-2014)

Chart is the ratio of WTI/Brent

Chart showing the ratio of  West Texas Intermediate to Brent

Reference the same chart from last year.

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WTI-Brent spread narrows to $7.76

Chart is the ratio of WTI/Brent
Weekly chart showing the ratio of WTI/Brent.  It has narrowed significantly since the beginning of March as the glut in Cushing, Oklahoma continues to decline.

WTI/Brent Weekly Chart

Prices as of May 8, 2013

  • Differential Brent versus WTI for May 8, 2013 was $104.34 – $96.58 = $7.76
  • Price for Western Canadian Select on May 8, 2012 = $74.68
  • Brent versus WCS differential was $104.34 – $74.68 = $29.66
  • WTI versus WCS differential was $96.58 – $74.68 = $21.90

Prices as of February 5, 2013

  • Differential Brent versus WTI for February 5, 2013 was $116.52 – $96.65 = $19.87
  • Price for Western Canadian Select on February 5, 2012 = $66.74
  • Brent versus WCS differential was $116.52 – $66.74 = $49.78
  • WTI versus WCS differential was $96.65 – $66.74 = $29.91

Reference the last chart analysis for West Texas Intermediate Crude (WTIC)

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West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude chart analysis

Chart highlights the differential between Brent and WTI
Three year chart for West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude highlighting the differential. Both products are in an intermediate uptrend.

WTI and Brent Crude 3-Year chart courtesy of StockCharts.com

Key points from the above chart:

  • WTI and Brent wide differential is a relatively recent development
  • Differential widened starting in 2011
  • Differential for February 5, 2013 was $116.52 – $96.65 = $19.87
  • Price for Western Canadian Select (not shown) on February 5, 2012 was $66.74
  • Brent versus WCS differential was $116.52 – $66.74 = $49.78
  • WTI versus WCS differential was $96.65 – $66.74 = $29.91

Reference a recent chart analysis for the U.S. and Canadian energy sectors.

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