Russia: the tyranny of the week

By Paul Sankey Published on January 6, 2022 at 7:07 PM

I got up thinking about a quick look at Russia for the Morning Note; ALMATY, Jan 6 (Reuters) – Fresh violence erupted in Kazakhstan’s main city on Thursday after Russia rushed in paratroopers to put down a countrywide uprising in one of Moscow’s closest former Soviet allies. Police in the main city Almaty said they had killed dozens of rioters overnight into the early hours of Thursday morning. The authorities said at least 18 members […]

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Sunday Houston? Problem.

By Paul Sankey Published on December 5, 2021 at 12:48 PM

Heading to the World Petroleum Congress in Houston today, a couple of players have cancelled participation. My understanding is that Qatari Minister is out, so is BP CEO Bernard Looney. Omicron. We shall see the final count, but I look forward to seeing a raft of CEOs over the coming four days before heading to Midland to write a focus on Diamondback, $FANG, one of the best players in the Permian, known for its outstanding […]

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Morning Qinhuangdao

By Paul Sankey Published on September 28, 2021 at 7:19 AM

Key points today: Virtual roadshow with Embark Autonomous Trucks this week Thursday. China has run out of coal.  Can’t say I had that on my 2021 bingo card. Opening question for Sankey quick hit on CNBC Fast Money: China running out of coal (stock mentioned: Peabody Coal $BTU see below). It became a cyclical vs secular quick debate; further to a client comment “if it doesn’t get cold in December this unravels”, we think it […]

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