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Nandrolone decanoate for men with osteoporosis

2013-1-16 8:57:05
News Title:High oil stocks, falling demand add to OPEC challenge
Nandrolone decanoate for men with osteoporosis
Chemical News High oil stocks, falling demand add to OPEC challengehttp://www.yunxiangchem.com   Apr 22,2009 reuters LONDON - Oil inventories are at the highest in nearly two decades and global fuel demand is falling more than expected, increasing the challenge for OPEC in seeking to balance supply with demand.Physical oil markets are looking more bearish than a month ago as the International Energy Agency and other forecasters cut global demand estimates, physical crude prices weaken and oil inventories balloon.Oil futures fell more than 8 percent on Monday to below $46 a barrel, hit in part by caution about the pace of any economic recovery and its impact on oil demand. Still, crude has risen from a low of $32.40 in December.The signs of a weakening market mean that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries may need to maintain existing supply curbs for longer to bring down inventories or even consider further cutbacks."In our view, OPEC has cut enough output to cause inventories to fall, but the pace of that decline may have to be accelerated via consideration of further cuts at the OPEC meeting set for May 28," said Adam Sieminski, analyst at Deutsche Bank.Stock levels have risen even though OPEC has agreed to cut output by 4.2 million barrels per day -- more than enough to supply Germany -- from its September 2008 supply and has so far made about 80 percent of the cutbacks.Inventories in developed countries equalled 61.6 days of future demand cover in February, the highest since 1993 and much more than the 52 days that many in OPEC have said they would like to see."OPEC is managing decent compliance and needs to stay the course for longer," said Harry Tchilinguirian of BNP Paribas.Further cutbacks would not be easy because a handful of members have yet to meet their supply cut pledges in full, while top exporter Saudi Arabia has made more than its individual share of the reductions, he said."The issue is it will be harder for those over-producing like Iran, Venezuela, Nigeria and Angola quota to cut significantly further, leaving the burden on countries like Saudi Arabia," Tchilinguirian said.FUTURE RECOVERYA weak physical market does not mean prices will collapse given the role that expectations about a recovery in the economy and demand, which could strain supplies, are playing in setting futures prices."Financial players are simply not listening. They do not care about the current oil supply, demand and stock situation," said David Hufton of brokers PVM."They prefer to focus on the future with its potential for a price explosion if a global economic recovery gains traction and oil demand takes off."Other evidence from the physical market suggests that remains some way off. In additional to stocks on land, around 100 million barrels of oil is stored aboard ships around the world, according to the head of trading and shipping at Frances Total.The surplus, equal to more than a days worth of global demand, would quickly be used when the economy returns to growth, although there was no sign of that happening yet, Pierre Barbe told Reuters in Dubai on Monday."We are still not there and it doesnt look too good until the summer," he said.The price structure of oil markets has encouraged storage. Oil for immediate delivery is cheaper than crude for delivery later, a feature known as contango which provides a financial incentive to buy now and sell later.Another sign of a weak physical oil market is the value of crude against benchmarks such as dated Brent.Differentials for West African light, sweet crude oil -- crude low in sulfur and easy to refine -- hit a four-year low earlier this month.A cargo of Nigerian Qua Iboe crude traded at just dated Brent plus 20 cents a barrel in early April, the weakest since April 2005 according to Reuters data.With oil demand falling, many refineries around the world have reduced crude processing this year."With weak product demand and mounting inventories, differentials against benchmarks will necessarily be impacted," Tchilinguirian said."Refinery maintenance and discretionary run cuts are equally bearish factors."  
Nandrolone decanoate for men with osteoporosis
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