This update provides detailed analysis of the repercussions of latest developments in Red Sea. It also has a detailed overview of the latest webinar held between Bloomberg and Primary Vision that talks about U.S. oil industry.
1. Monday Macro View: Red Sea Crisis – Premium
In this article, Osama Rizvi highlights the impact on global economy of the latest developments in Red Sea which is responsible for about 12% of global seaborne crude and 8% of LNG trade. With more than 30% of global products and merchandise passing through this important strategic waterway, the consequences for the global economy is immense.
2. Market Sentiment Tracker – Assessing the Big Three – PREMIUM
In this article, we navigate through the complex economic sentiments of the U.S., Europe, and China. The U.S. treads a cautious path with a resilient job market offset by manufacturing struggles. Europe contends with looming recessionary pressures and stagnant growth, while China positions itself for a slow yet hopeful recovery. This synthesis captures the essence of the global economic outlook, balancing optimism with the stark realities of each region’s unique challenges as they unfold in the year ahead. Stay informed on key trends shaping the economic landscape in 2024 with our comprehensive analysis.
3. Pressure Pumping Outlook by Primary Vision – PREMIUM
The hydraulic fracturing industry stands at a crossroads, grappling with evolving technology, fluctuating market dynamics, and environmental concerns. This intricate web of factors shapes the industry’s future, as recently highlighted in a webinar where PVN’s Matt CEO and Scott Levine from Bloomberg joined hands. They delved into the nuances of operational trends, technological shifts, and strategic decisions.