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Raymond James Energy Group. How Do You Solve an Oil “Addiction”?... Higher Prices!. [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Raymond James Oilservice Group (800) 945-6275. February 2006.

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raymond james energy group

Raymond James Energy Group

How Do You Solve an Oil “Addiction”?...

Higher Prices!

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

Raymond James Oilservice Group

(800) 945-6275

February 2006

what is your time frame
What is Your Time Frame?
  • Bearish Short Term (downgraded group on 1/26/06)
    • Oil inventories above 5-year highs followed by large inventory builds March-May.
    • Warm winter has increased natural gas risk
    • Oil & gas fall until OPEC cuts
  • Bullish Long Term
    • 6 – 18 month outlook bullish for oil
    • Supply interruption wildcards (Iran) more visible
    • Natural gas “resets” in October

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why is this a long term upswing
Why is This a Long-Term Upswing?
  • Oil supply bubble is gone
  • Unprecedented oil demand growth (China transition)
  • Non-OPEC supply growth slowing (next 5 years)
  • Minimal oil demand destruction with higher prices
  • U.S. natural gas supply still falling

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how low could oil go opec will defend 50 oil prices
How Low Could Oil Go?(OPEC Will Defend ±$50 Oil Prices)
  • Rising Saudi infrastructure costs
  • Higher shipping costs
  • Widening differential for poor quality crudes
  • Devaluation of the U.S. $
    • Less OPEC purchasing power
      • Cheaper international oil prices
  • OPEC wants highest price w/o demand destruction

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iran has changed the game
Iran Has Changed the Game!
  • Iran has re-opened nuclear efforts
    • New leader not backing down
  • U.S. & Israel will NOT let Iran get nuclear weapons
  • Iran’s 3.9 million Bpd is at risk
  • Situation should come to a head in 6 - 18 months

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what are the odds
What are the Odds?

PossibilityProbability

Iran backs down voluntarily 20%

UN issues sanctions & acts 20%

US/NATO send air strikes 20%

Israel acts 20%

Something else happens??? 20%

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long term u s gas will be linked to oil
Long Term, U.S. Gas Will Be Linked to Oil
  • Near term, gas trades 8:1 with crude
  • Weather drives short-term moves
  • Falling supply will ultimately drive prices higher
  • RJ estimate: 2006 = $9.31/Mcf 2007 = $10.00/Mcf
  • Could $50 oil mean $6.00 gas?

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • Near-term oil & gas price risk
  • Longer-term bullish secular move is still intact
  • Oil should see higher highs and higher lows
  • Gas trades 8:1 through summer
  • Supply interruption wildcards more visable

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disclaimer
Disclaimer
  • Important Investor Disclosures.
  • Stock Ratings: Within our four-tiered rating system, Strong Buy means that the stock is expected to appreciate and produce a total return of at least 15% and outperform the S&P 500 over the next six months; Outperform means the stock is expected to appreciate and outperform the S&P 500 over the next 12 months; Market Perform means the stock is expected to perform generally in line with the S&P 500 over the next 12 months and is potentially a source of funds for more highly rated securities; and Underperform means the stock is expected to underperform the S&P 500 or its sector over the next six to 12 months and should be sold.
  • Out of approximately 519 stocks in the Raymond James coverage universe, 52% have Strong Buy or Outperform ratings, 35% are rated Market Perform and 12% are rated Underperform. Within those rating categories, 25% of the Strong Buy- or Outperform-rated companies either currently are or have been Raymond James Investment Banking clients within the past three years; 17% of the Market Perform-rated companies are or have been clients and 9% of the Underperform-rated companies are or have been clients.
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