Category Archives: WTI prices

Survivor: Oil Patch. The Harsh Reality.

Welcome to a new season of “Survivor: Oil Patch.” The name of the game this episode is finding an advantage to the challenges ignited by the tumultuous oil price environment that blindsided even the most savvy oil patch veterans. Lest … Continue reading

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The OCTG Inventory Survey 2Q15: A Can of Worms or A Keeper? 

Mid-summer has arrived, time to tackle another quarterly inventory survey. As y’all know, every three months we launch our “fishing expedition” designed to measure demand for upstream OCTG. This involves culling inventory counts by surveying truck terminals, mills, processors and … Continue reading

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