When taking a quick look at some of the critical figures and data in the energy markets this week, we see that the U.S. oil rig count remains unchanged, while oil prices are falling as a result of a stronger U.S. dollar. (Click to enlarge) Chart of the Week (Click to enlarge) • OPEC members earned $404 billion in oil export revenues last year, a decline by roughly half from the $753 billion they earned in 2014, according to the EIA . • The 2015 total was the worst performance since 2004. The EIA says that OPEC members earned about $606 per capita for its population from oil export revenue, down from about $3,500 per person in 1980. • This year will likely be worse. The EIA projects OPEC oil revenue to fall to $341 billion this year but could rebound to $427 billion next year. However, […]