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1 Oil 2014: The good, the bad and the ugly oiloutlooks.com Carl Larry President, Oil Outlooks and Opinions

2 Who, What, Why 15 years: ABN, Barlcays, Citi, Credit Suisse President of Oil Outlooks and Opinions Oiloutlooks.com Second City Chicago 1996

3 US economy is “better-er” 2009 – WTI average price $62.09 2013 – WTI average price $98.22 2009 – US Unemployment 10.0% 2013 – US Unemployment 7.3% 3 for 3 (1949-52, 1975-78, 1982-85)

4 The tortoise kinda wins

5 Stronger

6 Better

7 Faster

8 OPEC why? Missed call Saudis 10.2M b/d (9.6M 2008) UAE 2.8M (2.5M) Kuwait 2.8M (2.6M) More is less Running out of capacity and time

9 Give to receive The “other” Keystone Pipeline expansion – Cushing to Nederland (700-800K b/d) Seaway expansion 2014 (800K b/d) WTI/Brent – it’s all about the Benjamins

10 All hail shale

11 Exporting the imports 2013 on pace for 3.4M b/d Crude only 56K b/d Estimated revenue: $780M Import diff – Crude 2007 11M – 2013 8.6M ($230M/d) – Products 2007 3.5M – 2013 2.0M ($4.5M)

12 Faster

13 Run from RINs

14 RINs run, gas stumbles

15 Dodd Frank dood Less banks Less Funds More individual investors More physical trade Algorithmic trade

16 What could go wrong? Egypt Syria Iran/Israel Nigeria Venezuela/Latin America

17 Grower not a show-er WTI 2009 $62 to 2013 $98 Brent is a benchmark of growth Japan back again? EU recovery without refineries? Lat Am letdown post World Cup, Olympics?

18 Get to it already… WTI 2014 – 2009-2010 +$16 (avg $70.00) – 2011-2013 +$3 ($95.50) – 2014 $102 Brent – 2014 $110 Gasoline (RBOB) – $2.9700 ULSD (HO) – $3.0200

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