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Oil holds around $47 a barrel, demand rising

...OPEC or fresh turmoil in Iraq. "There is news out of the IEA, but no major, earth-shattering events," said John Waterlow of Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland. "Maybe the market is just marking time." Crude futures for...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/12/bus_442545.shtml
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OPEC considers necessity of output cut

...important threshold of $40 per barrel. That could damage the global economy and the long-term demand for oil, said John Waterlow, an analyst at Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland. However, if the group postpones its promised...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/31/bus_410551.shtml
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Crude prices drop after Bush meets Saudi crown prince

...because not only is our economy growing, but economies such as India and China's economies are growing." Analyst John Waterlow of Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh said that the meeting had apparently contributed to the downward trend...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/04/27/bus_451435.shtml
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OPEC to increase in oil output ceiling

...more than its target at the time. "It's almost academic. They're already producing way over quota," agreed John Waterlow of Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland. Contracts of U.S. light crude for August delivery were at...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/07/16/bus_422289.shtml
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Energy watchdog forecasts stronger growth in oil demand

...percent in 2003 over 2002. This is the eighth consecutive month in which the IEA has made an upward revision in demand. John Waterlow, an analyst at Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland, suggested that one reason for these revisions...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/06/11/bus_418538.shtml
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OPEC agrees to cut output target

...to around $28.50 in the second quarter because producers would continue pumping oil in excess of their quotas. John Waterlow of Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland, said prices would probably remain high for several weeks but...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/01/bus_410660.shtml
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OPEC might be pressured by Iraqi, Russian exports

...this. Russia's production is increasing more rapidly than anybody else's and will continue to increase," said John Waterlow, an oil analyst at Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh. Russia agreed reluctantly in December 2001 to cut its...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/10/11/bus_396139.shtml
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Energy watchdog sees risk of tighter oil supplies and higher prices

...million barrels. "There's no question at all that demand in Asia-Pacific in general is leaping ahead again," said John Waterlow of Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland. The IEA has singled out China several times in its previous...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/12/bus_408478.shtml
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Oil consortium to cut quotas; gas prices will remain higher

...over-production was "a sign of some discipline" that should, by itself, help keep crude prices firm in the short term, said John Waterlow, an analyst with Wood Mackenzie Consultants in Edinburgh, Scotland. The April cut in production would bite deeper...

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