Rhidoy Rashid

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Rhidoy Rashid is an analyst at Energy Aspects. After completing his undergraduate degree in Economics and Politics at Leeds University, he went on to complete a Masters in Legal and Political Theory at University College London. He developed an interest in energy commodity markets following his internship with Energy Aspects in 2013.

Recent publications

  • | Norway oil data – Aug 2017

    Norwegian liquids production fell back m/m by 41 thousand b/d to 1.92 mb/d in August, lower y/y by 17 thousand b/d, with July’s production revised lower by 41 thousand b/d to 1.96 mb/d, down y/y by 0.17 mb/d. In August, crude output was lower y/y by 24 thousand b/d, but NGLs output posted a sm…

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  • | Key agency forecasts

    This week the key agency forecasts have been published. OPEC and EIA published MOMR and STEO yesterday the IEA published OMR this morning.This month’s key agency reports showed the IEA revising demand growth up to 1.6 mb/d (as a result of strong data for Q2 17), inching closer to our estimate …

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  • | IEA September Oil Market Report Summary

    DemandThe IEA revised 2017 global oil demand up by 0.1 mb/d to 97.73 mb/d, with y/y growth at 1.61 mb/d.The revision was the result of strong data for Q2 17, with the quarter's oil demand revised higher by a massive 0.5 mb/d.In the US, demand in Q2 17 was revised higher by 0.18 mb/d, but the impact …

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  • | EIA September Short-Term Energy Outlook summary

    Demand2017’s demand forecast was revised down by 0.15 mb/d to 98.26 mb/d, with y/y growth now expected at 1.35 mb/d. This compares with 1.42 mb/d of growth forecast last month. We believe 2017 demand growth will be higher, at 1.7 mb/d, given the strength seen in Q2 17.2018 demand is forecast at 99.9…

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  • | OPEC September Monthly Oil Market Report Summary

    Demand2017 demand forecasts were revised up by 0.28 mb/d to 96.77 mb/d, with y/y growth at 1.42 mb/d (compared with 1.37 mb/d forecast last month). We believe 2017 demand growth will be higher, at 1.7 mb/d, given the strength seen in Q2 17.The key upward revision was a baseline adjustment to China (…

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