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Last Monday Brent oil quotes failed to stay at $ 70 per barrel. After reaching this mark the futures fell 3% and partially recovered after the opening of the US exchanges.

One of the reasons for such nervousness at the market was the news about the massive refusal of the EU countries from the AstraZeneca vaccine. The cause was blood clots, which are found in those vaccinated. Denmark, Iceland, Ireland and Norway were joined on Monday by Italy, the Netherlands, France and Germany. They are all awaiting the decision of the European Medicines Agency. Meanwhile, the Austrian Ministry of Health officially recognized the beginning of the "third wave" of the pandemic following Italy, where a ban on movement between regions was re-imposed and millions of citizens were forced to cancel travel plans for Easter. The outbreak of the pandemic threatens oil demand, which must grow steadily to justify current oil prices, said Saxo Bank commodity strategist John Hardy. In addition, the market is under pressure from higher yields on US bonds, which is leading to lower risk sentiment and the strengthening of the US dollar, added Hardy. On Tuesday the rising dollar did not allow the oil price to rise above $ 68.13.

In the middle of the week a new forecast of the International Energy Agency (IEA) for the oil market for the period up to 2026 was released, which states that the restoration of global demand to pre-crisis levels will not occur until 2023. The IEA noted that global oil demand is still experiencing the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the agency, in 2020 the demand for oil was almost 9 million barrels per day (b / d) below the level of 2019. At the same time, global oil consumption by 2026 may reach 104.1 million b / d, which is 4.4 million b / d more than in 2019, according to the IEA. The agency's experts emphasize that the lingering effects of the pandemic, coupled with "the urgency of the energy transition to low-carbon energy sources, may mean that oil demand will never revert to its pre-pandemic trajectory." According to the agency's experts, China and India will make the largest contribution to the recovery in demand.

On Thursday oil prices plummeted by about eight percent. The cost of the May Brent oil futures contract fell to $ 62.5 per barrel, thus dropping eight percent. WTI futures for April fell to $ 59.3 per barrel, down 8.1 percent. As reported by Bloomberg, the fall in prices was the sharpest since September last year. In particular, it is associated with the uncertainty of investors about the speed of economic recovery and global demand for oil amid problems with vaccinations in some countries.

The week ended with Houthi UAV attack on a state-owned Saudi Aramco refinery in Riyadh, but this did not affect the supply of oil products to consumer companies. Rebels from Yemen's Ansar Allah (Houthis) movement claimed responsibility for the attacks on a refinery in Saudi Arabia. General Yahya Saria, a spokesman for the organization's armed forces, said the Houthis had struck at least six attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities. The general has warned foreign companies and civilians to stay away from military and infrastructure facilities that "could become targets" for the Houthi forces. In early March, the Saudi-led Arab coalition air defense forces fighting on the side of Yemen's president fought off an attack by six mined drones fired from Yemen by the Houthi rebels. In November last year, Ansar Allah security forces launched a missile attack on the distribution station of the state-owned Saudi Aramco company in the Saudi city of Jeddah.

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