Growing global liquids inventories reflect lower crude oil prices

Continued growth in global production of petroleum and other liquids has outpaced consumption growth since August 2014, resulting in rising global liquids stocks. Total global liquids inventories are estimated to have grown by 2.3 million barrels per day through the first seven months of 2015, the highest level of inventory builds through July of any year since 1998, putting significant downward pressure on near-term crude oil prices.

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