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W&T Offshore

$7.33

+$0.4
(+0.06%)
52 Week High:
$9.01
52 Week Low:
$2.97
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Oil was the play on Monday. The ship has sailed and people now getting in are going to be bag holding until the next leg up. Whenever that may be. WTI Oil shot up 8 bucks this week alone. You missed it. Move on
8 hours ago
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They did this same thing around 2016 when there was an oversupply. They pumped so much oil at the time we had like $25 barrels of Brent and WTI. Limiting supply should drive up the price per barrel.
12 hours ago
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When administration spin OPEC cutting oil production actually a good thing for us because it fights global warming? Wish I had more WTI.
13 hours ago
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They key is refineries. They don't build them selves overnight and they are "tuned" to a specific type/blend of oil. So while we are a net oil exporter; and WTI is very high quality - we still need some heavy/sour to make everything play nice at the refinery. That means dealing with Venezuela or the Saudi's in the near term. Lord knows we haven't built a new refinery in \~40 years. If we took 1/100th the money we pissed away in Iraq and build a modern refinery we would be in a much better position to finally tell the Saudies to fuck off. [Source1](https://www.fsmetals.com/about-us/blog/americas-light-sweet-problem), [Source2](https://canaryusa.com/stresses-of-middle-age-for-todays-refineries/)
13 hours ago
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WTI used to be $115 now is $86
14 hours ago
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>WTI Oil Holds Moderate Gains, Up 0.4% at $86.87 as OPEC-Plus Plans Large Output Cuts ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-10-05 ^09:57:35 ^EDT-0400
14 hours ago
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>Energy update: Oil - WTI (undated) 85.64 -0.29% Oil - Brent (undated) 91.13 -0.24% Natural Gas 6.832 -1.34% Heating Oil 3.5078 -0.03% Gasoline 2.6036 -1.86% London Gas Oil 1124 +1.47% Carbon Emissions 7035 +5.12% \#Oil \#Brent \#WTI \#OOTT ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-10-05 ^07:38:59 ^EDT-0400
17 hours ago
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IMO, WTI in the $60s by year end, with Nat. gas in the $6-$7 range. Depends on China and Russia, so pick a different trade. To lower the geopolitical uncertainties, the way I used to play it, is to buy ITM calls on days of a 5% downside and puts on 5% moves to upside (like yesterday).
17 hours ago
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$WTI - crude will go to 7.5 this week
1 day ago
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>WTI Oil Rises by 8.8% Past Two Sessions for Largest Two-Day Gain Since April 13 ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-10-04 ^15:06:53 ^EDT-0400
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