Best Platts podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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With the producer group meeting on November 30, this month's S&P Global Platts OPEC Outlook podcast takes you behind the scenes for an insider view of how journalists and analysts spend OPEC week.
Herman Wang looks at the geopolitical frights involving OPEC members that could spook the oil market this month; and at Platts APPEC, oil producers from OPEC were putting their best foot forward before an audience of oil-thirsty refiners and traders.
Will the fallout from Harvey deal a blow to OPEC’s attempt to rebalance the market; and how well is Libya's oil sector recovering from its civil war?
Has the oil market finally turned a corner, as summer driving season heats up and US inventories fall? Or will the coming months be yet another false dawn for OPEC, like getting attached to a Game of Thrones character who surely is doomed?
How will OPEC and its 10 non-OPEC partners in their production cut agreement handle the resurgence of Libya and Nigeria? And what's the outlook for OPEC founding member Venezuela?
Herman Wang catches up with analyst Yasser Elguindi on the recent OPEC meeting's results and their impact on the global oil balances and Ben Van Heuvelen, editor in chief of the Iraq Oil Report.
In the inaugural episode of our OPEC Outlook podcast, we discuss what to watch for when oil producer group's ministers meet on May 25 with their non-OPEC counterparts to review their oil production cut agreement.
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