Saudi Arabia launches 4 projects to generate 7,200 MW of electrical power, with carbon-capture tech

Saudi Arabia launches 4 projects to generate 7,200 MW of electrical power, with carbon-capture tech
Saudi Arabia launches 4 projects to generate 7,200 MW of electrical power, with carbon-capture tech

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - Oil Updates – prices hold steady amid economic concerns despite Red Sea worries 

LONDON: Oil prices stabilized in early Asian trade on Wednesday after sharp moves earlier in the week, as markets weighed concerns about the US economy and potential supply disruptions from ongoing tensions in the Red Sea, according to Reuters.

Brent crude slipped 1 cent, or 0.01 percent, to $75.88 a barrel by 6:00 a.m. Saudi time, while US West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose 4 cents, or 0.06 percent, to $70.42 a barrel. 

Oil prices had climbed around $2 earlier in the week following attacks on vessels in the Red Sea by Houthi rebels over the weekend and the reported arrival of an Iranian warship on Monday. A wider conflict could close crucial waterways for oil transportation and disrupt trade flows. 

However, the market fell in the previous session as market optimism about early and aggressive US interest rate cuts ebbed ahead of the release of Federal Reserve minutes and jobs data. 

“Energy markets were unable to escape the broader pressure seen on risk assets with equity markets also weaker. The weakness in oil comes despite a ratcheting up in tensions in the Middle East,” said ING analysts in a client note. 

Expectations of ample supply in the first half of 2024 have kept a lid on prices ahead of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, known as OPEC+, plans to hold a meeting of its Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee in early February. An exact date has not been decided, three sources from the alliance told Reuters.. 

“While the geopolitical situation is a concern for the oil market, a fairly comfortable oil balance over the first half of 2024 does help to ease some of these worries,” said ING analysts. 

“Given the scale of cuts we are already seeing, it will be increasingly difficult for the group to cut more if needed over the course of 2024,” they said, pointing to the fact that recent cuts have been driven by voluntary reductions, rather than group-wide cuts. 

Ahead of weekly US crude and product inventory reports, analysts polled by Reuters expected crude stockpiles fell last week, while distillate and gasoline stocks likely rose. 

Data from the American Petroleum Institute industry group is due at 12:30 a.m. Saudi time on Thursday, and data from the Energy Information Administration, the statistical arm of the US Department of Energy, is due at 7:00 p.m. on the same day, delayed by a day due to the New Year’s holiday on Monday.

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