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Oil Outlook 2013

A pick-up in global economic growth, OPEC’s tight spare capacity and the relatively high cost of incremental supply growth should ensure that Brent crude oil remains above $100 per barrel in 2013. Meanwhile, non-OPEC supply growth and the potential for demand destruction should cap international oil prices at $120 per barrel to $125 per barrel.

Floating Pipelines

Although the long-term growth story remains intact for the LNG shipping industry, investors should note that the market faces a near-term oversupply of vessels between 2013 and 2015 that could weaken rates in the spot market. We prefer conservatively run names that balance contract coverage and steady cash flow with solid growth opportunities.

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