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>>>Hm... how does this affect us? Per the article, decreased OPEC production coupled with the increased consumer demand would naturally mean increases in the price of oil... but would that also translate into increased profits by our beloved TDW?<<<


The supposed decrease in production has pushed oil futures up, so gas would go up accordingly. TDW and other allied companies have seen their stock valuations go up in sympathy, but I don't see decreased production being a positive for TDW. I don't know that it is particularly negative either, as the decreased production likely doesn't affect TDW's market.
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