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    U.S. Ready to Ship More Gas to Middle East

    December 6, 2017 by Bloomberg

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    By Anthony DiPaola, Tracy Alloway and Mahmoud Habboush (Bloomberg) — U.S. natural gas exports could find buyers in the oil-rich Persian Gulf as countries there look to meet surging demand.

    Growing U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas could be an additional source of gas supply to the region, U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry and U.A.E. Energy Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei said Wednesday at a news conference in Abu Dhabi. Jordan, the U.A.E. and Egypt have been buyers of LNG from the Sabine Pass complex in the U.S. the past two years, according to Bloomberg vessel tracking, IHS Markit Ltd. and Genscape.

    “We want to be in the mix of LNG suppliers for the Mideast,” Perry said at the news conference. “Creating a relationship, having these conversations is good, it gives the U.A.E. some options.” The U.S. offered gas to Saudi Arabia, he said.

    Gulf oil producers like Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. rely on gas to power their industries, run household air conditioning units and support petrochemicals production. While the Gulf is rich in crude oil, its gas resources are concentrated in just a few countries. Qatar and Iran share the world’s biggest gas deposit, located in the Persian Gulf.

    U.S. Flush
    The U.S., flush with supply of gas and oil from cracking open shale deposits, has one LNG export facility and is working to bring others on line. The U.S. and Australia, also developing an LNG export market, could rival Qatar as the world’s biggest supplier if they complete all their projects. The possibility of more shipments from the U.S. comes as the U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia are leading a trade ban against Qatar, currently the world’s LNG producer.

    U.S. suppliers and U.A.E. buyers have held talks about trading more of the fuel, Mazrouei said in an interview in Abu Dhabi. Electricity use in the region is rising about 6 percent a year, requiring increased supplies of gas, he said.

    “It’s an open market and we welcome all of the companies from the U.S. to come and explore this market,” Mazrouei said.

    Even as more imports become available, the U.A.E. wants to wean itself off foreign gas. The country’s contract for supply of natural gas from Qatar through the Dolphin Energy Ltd. pipeline expires in 2032.

    “We can achieve self-sufficiency by 2030,” Mazrouei said. That can occur as more renewable energy projects come on stream, he said.

    The U.S. and U.A.E. agreed to expand cooperation in development, trade in oil, gas, coal, LNG, and technologies related to carbon capture, use and storage during meetings this week. Perry also discussed civilian nuclear projects with the U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia.

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    Asian Metals Market Update: December-8-2017
    By: Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants
    Gold needs to trade over $1236-$1240 zone till next week to prevent it from falling to $1216 and $1202. Silver needs to trade over $1540 till next week to be in a long term bullish zone. Gold and silver will zoom if and when this bitcoinmania comes down to earth. No one is invincible. I am sure bitcoin prices will stabilize sooner than later. Once bitcoin prices stabilize, gold and silver will zoom.
     
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    Bitcoin plunges 15 per cent to below $14,500 in wild trading after a roller-coaster week that saw the currency hit record highs and fears it is on course to create 'largest financial bubble ever'
    • The value of Bitcoin plunged by as much as 15 percent to $14,480 (£10,725)
    • Earlier this week the digital currency hit a brief high of $17,000 (£12,600)
    • Explosive rise in value has surpassed even the 'tulip mania' of the 17th century
    • American Robert Shiller, Nobel prize-holding economist said bitcoin 'will crash'


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    Russia Commissions $27 Billion Yamal LNG Project in Russian Arctic

    December 8, 2017 by Bloomberg

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin accompanied by Total Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne and co-owner of gas producer Novatek Leonid Mikhelson attends a loading ceremony of the Christophe de Margerie, an ice-class tanker fitted out to transport liquefied natural gas, at the Yamal LNG plant in the Arctic port of Sabetta, Yamalo-Nenets district, Russia December 8, 2017. Sputnik/Alexei Druzhinin/Kremlin via REUTERS

    By Elena Mazneva (Bloomberg) — As Russia’s President Vladimir Putin oversees the official start of a $27 billion liquefied natural gas plant in the snow-covered tundra of northern Siberia, his mind may wander to its biggest competitor more than 3,000 miles away in Qatar.

    While the two regions may have vastly different climates, Putin is determined to make Russia’s Arctic competitive in the fuel that turned Qatar into the richest nation per capita. On Friday, he witnessed the loading of the first icebreaking tanker from the Yamal LNG plant, built on time despite the harsh climate and in defiance of U.S. sanctions targeting its biggest shareholder.

    Operator Novatek PJSC earlier this week announced the start of production at Yamal LNG, in which Total SA, China National Petroleum Corp. and China’s Silk Road Fund also hold stakes. The operator of the world’s coldest LNG plant has been under U.S. sanctions imposed three years ago as Russia’s relations with the U.S. soured.

    “This is for sure a complicated project,” Putin said at a ceremony attended by the project partners and the energy minister of Saudi Arabia. “But those who started this project took a risk, and the risk was justified, and they succeeded.”

    Russia, the world’s biggest gas exporter, has for decades relied on pipeline supplies of the fuel to Europe as a major source of income. It now aims to build LNG plants from the Baltic region to its Pacific coast to take on the biggest current and future producers of the super-chilled fuel delivered by tanker, including Qatar, Australia and the U.S.

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    The LNG carrier Christophe de Margerie. File photo: Shutterstock / Koptyaev Igor

    The first cargo will be carried on the Christophe de Margerie, the world’s first icebreaking LNG tanker, named after the charismatic former Total chief executive officer who died when his plane crashed into a snowplough in Moscow three years ago. De Margerie, whom Putin praised as “a real, big friend of Russia” in 2011, forged ties with Novatek and joined its Yamal LNG project.

    “We managed to build from scratch a world-class LNG project in extreme conditions to exploit the vast gas resources of the Yamal peninsula,” Patrick Pouyanne, Total CEO, said in a statement on Friday. “With remarkably low upstream costs, Yamal LNG is one of the world’s most competitive LNG projects.”

    The Yamal region potentially contains more gas than the Persian Gulf. Putin called Yamal “a mega project” and said further expansion of the plant will be ahead of schedule.

    Putin ended state-run Gazprom PJSC’s monopoly on LNG exports four years ago to support the industry, before this week represented by a single plant off the Pacific coast producing some 10 million tons per year. His government also freed LNG from export taxes, which are at 30 percent for Gazprom’s pipeline supplies abroad, or almost 434 billion rubles ($7.3 billion) for the state budget in the first nine months of the year.

    Other tax breaks, including on gas extraction, make Arctic LNG competitive in any market, even taking into account higher transportation costs, according to the nation’s Energy Ministry. The region’s plants may use a shorter Northern Sea Route to Asia for the five months of the year when icebreakers can still operate, thanks to which Putin aims to gain a greater foothold in the Arctic.

    Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih witnessed the feat of engineering that Yamal LNG represents for the first time, having failed at a previous attempt during the summer when bad weather prevented him from landing. The Gulf state, which seeks to replace oil with gas for power generation, is looking at investing in Novatek’s future LNG projects in the Arctic, Al-Falih’s counterpart Alexander Novak said in October.

    Novatek, which holds 50.1 percent of Yamal LNG versus 20 percent for Total and 29.9 percent for the two Chinese partners, has said it accumulated enough Arctic resources to produce more than 70 million tons of LNG per year, approaching the current capacity in Qatar, the world’s biggest producer of the gas cooled to minus 160 degrees Celsius (minus 260 Fahrenheit).

    Novatek will send its first Yamal LNG cargo to China in recognition of its support and growth as a key consuming region. Chinese lenders agreed to provide $12 billion to the project, the lion’s share of the budget, as the nation is on the verge of surpassing South Korea to become the biggest buyer of LNG after Japan.

    The second cargo may follow shortly after with a third tanker on its way to the project’s port of Sabetta, where temperatures were around minus 26 degrees Celsius Friday. Three production units of 5.5 million tons per year each are planned at Yamal LNG, with the second seen starting in the third quarter and the final one in early 2019. Novatek is also mulling a fourth smaller train of as much as 1 million tons by then. More than half of the project’s fuel will go to Asia.

    Yamal LNG’s production is sold under long-term contracts on Asian and European markets, predominantly under oil-indexed price formulas, according to Total, which will buy 4 million tons annually from the project.

    © 2017 Bloomberg L.P

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    Spot truckload freight volumes surge again
    Dec 07, 2017

    Save DAT network of load boards jumped 64% during the week ending Dec. 2. The number of available trucks gained 22%, DAT reported.

    While the large increase in loads and trucks posted is in line with expectations when you compare a long week to a shorter workweek, strong demand for capacity has pushed spot rates unseasonably high:

    • Reefer: $2.43/mile, unchanged compared to the previous week
    • Van: $2.09/mile, up 2 cents
    • Flatbed: $2.30/mile, up 1 cent
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    Spot van and refrigerated freight rates reached three-year highs in November as a monthly average.

    In the reefer market, the number of load posts jumped 55% while truck posts increased 12% last week, propelling the reefer load-to-truck ratio up 40% to 13.2 loads per truck. Several outbound reefer markets experienced double-digit average rate increases:

    • Los Angeles, $2.14/mile, up 25 cents
    • Dallas, $2.31/mile, up 10 cents
    • Philadelphia, $3.17/mile, up 25 cents
    • McAllen, Texas $2.23/mile, up 21 cents
    Van load post activity increased 68% and truck posts gained 23% as retail goods made their way across the country from West to East. The van load-to-truck ratio jumped 37% from 6.8 to 9.3 loads per truck and rates moved higher in
    Midwest and Eastern U.S. markets as shippers position holiday freight near major population centers. The average outbound van rate from Columbus, Ohio, added 9 cents to $2.66/mile, Philadelphia gained 4 cents to $2.05/mile, and Dallas increased a penny to $1.89/mile last week.


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    Flatbed load and truck posts increased, as expected, following the Thanksgiving holiday. The number of load posts gained 67% and truck posts 42%, which caused the load-to-truck ratio to rise 18% to 30.6 loads per truck.

    Rates are derived from DAT RateView, which provides real-time reports on prevailing spot market and contract rates, as well as historical rate and capacity trends. RateView's comprehensive database is comprised of more than $33 billion in freight bills in over 65,000 lanes. All reported rates include fuel surcharges. For the latest spot market load availability and rate information, visit dat.com/industry-trends/trendlines and join the conversation on Twitter with @LoadBoards.

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    America’s Next Crude Export Boom May Start at this Floating Buoy Offshore Louisiana

    December 8, 2017 by Bloomberg

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    Offloading at the LOOP. Photo courtesy Louisiana Offshore Oil Port

    By Sheela Tobben (Bloomberg) — A 1,000-foot ship will likely pull up to a buoy floating in the Gulf of Mexico next year, hook up its hoses and usher the U.S. into a new era as a major oil exporter.

    The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port, which already handles imports from similar large ships known as Very Large Crude Carriers, or VLCCs, will likely be the first port to load oil into a supertanker. LOOP has indicated that its pipelines require minor modifications and could operate in both directions in early 2018.

    “Expanding U.S. ports to accommodate direct loading of VLCCs will logistically help to streamline and expedite exports,” said Michael Tran, a commodities strategist with RBC Capital Markets LLC in New York.

    Loading these mammoth ships without having to use other tankers to ferry the oil from shore could save shippers about a million dollars on each cargo. To a refiner in Europe or Asia, that may mean the difference between using U.S crude instead of oil from the Middle East, North Sea or West Africa. It may broaden the market for shale producers and further boost U.S. exports, which quadrupled in the past year to as high as 2.1 million barrels a day.

    A VLCC that gets its entire 2 million-barrel cargo directly from a single terminal spares the exporter the cost of hiring smaller ships to fill it up, Sandy Fielden, director of research and commodities for Morningstar Inc. in Austin, Texas, said in a phone interview. This process, known as reverse lightering, could cost at least 50 cents a barrel, he said.

    In addition to the freight cost, shipowners bill charterers if there are delays in lightering, which are not uncommon. These late fees, or demurrage, can run more than $35,000 a day for a VLCC, said Stefanos Kazantzis, a senior shipping and finance adviser at ship brokers McQuilling Partners, Inc. in New York.

    LOOP has a big advantage over Texas ports. Its buoy sits 20 miles (32 kilometers) offshore in 100 feet of water, deep enough to handle the biggest tankers. The ports of Corpus Christi and Houston, which currently handle the most exports, aren’t deep enough to fully load a VLCC with a draft of 70 feet to 74 feet.

    Corpus Christi has embarked on a three-to-six year project just to deepen its harbor enough to allow 1 million-barrel ships to come in. Eventually, it wants to dredge further, to be able to receive VLCCs, and will be issuing bonds next year to help pay for that project.

    Enough Supply
    One challenge for LOOP will be getting enough crude. While it’s connected to offshore fields in the Gulf of Mexico, the region’s production is relatively small at 1.65 million barrels a day, according to latest government data. And there’s plenty of demand for the oil from local refiners.

    No pipelines directly connect North Dakota and West Texas fields to Louisiana. LOOP receives some Texas supply through Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s 350,000-barrel-a-day Zydeco crude pipeline, which runs from Houston to various points in Louisiana.

    But the pipeline is well used and there is enough demand from refiners along the route that there will be little left for export markets, said Vikas Dwivedi, senior analyst at Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc. For Zydeco to supply export needs, it would have to be expanded, he said.

    Shell spokesman Ray Fisher said there are no immediate plans to increase the capacity of this line.

    A reversal of the Marathon Petroleum Corp.-operated Louisiana-Illinois Capline could enable Midwest supply to reach LOOP. Marathon is gauging interest to ship supplies south, but the pipeline project will only be ready in the second half of 2022, and at an initial capacity of just 300,000 barrels a day.

    Crude Mismatch
    Some minor logistical issues may also need to be worked out. LOOP pumps oil from ships at the offshore buoys through a 45-mile pipeline to onshore tanks at Clovelly, Louisiana. Oil already sitting in the pipe, known as linefill, kickstarts the discharge of supplies from the vessel. Much of that linefill is the heavy, high-sulfur crude that LOOP typically receives. By contrast, most of the U.S. exports would be light and low sulfur.

    Terry Coleman, a spokesman for LOOP LLC, declined to comment. It’s not likely to derail LOOP’s plans, according to analysts.

    “It’s not a big logistical barrier,” Fielden said. “The fact that LOOP has put this proposal out there suggests that they do have a solution.”

    © 2017 Bloomberg L.P

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    COT Gold, Silver and US Dollar Index Report - December 8, 2017
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    Gold Seeker Weekly Wrap-Up: Gold and Silver Fall Almost 3% and 4% on the Week
    By: Chris Mullen, Gold Seeker Report
    Gold edged up to $1249.60 in Asia before it dropped back to $1244.20 just after this morning’s jobs data was released, but it quickly popped back up to $1252.30 by midmorning and ended with a gain of 0.01%. Silver rose to as high as $15.894 and ended with a gain of 0.7%.
     
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    BITCOIN HYSTERIA, $100,000 Bitcoin Coming? | Michael Pento
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    Bitcoin skyrocketed more than 60% this week to over $17,000. What’s next? Michael Pento from Pento Portfolio Strategies joins Silver Doctors on this SD Weekly Metals & Markets to discuss.

    Bitcoin reminds Pento of the tulip mania. “It’s going to burst, and it’s going to end very, very badly. It can go to $100,000 - it’s going to do so without me."

    Pento sees continued pressure on gold and silver prices. The passage of “tax reform” makes it likely the Fed will continue to raise rates into 2018, he says.

    Today’s job’s report boosted the stock market. The stock market is trading at 140% of GDP. 50% GDP is normal. “We are extremely stretched valuation wise,” Pento says. He sees the Fed’s rate hikes will invert the yield curve, sending the economy and asset bubbles tumbling down into a crisis worse than 2008.
     
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    Silver, Gold, or Bitcoin?
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    Of the three, which would you take $10,000 worth of today, if you had to keep it in that form for the next 10 years?
     
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    8 events and trends that I think will likely happen in 2018. One of my favorite videos to create, thus far.
     
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    Catherine Austin Fitts –Smart Money Buying Gold and Land
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    Catherine Austin Fitts, who was also an Assistant Housing Secretary in the first Bush Administration, talks about the Mueller/Trump investigation that she says is twisting in the wind and also the gun control and why Americans need firearms now more than ever. Fitts also says a large market correction will probably happen in 2018.

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    Are Russia & China Setting Up A Gold Standard? Will It Affect Dollar?
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