Here are a couple of charts I pulled from Opec’s excellent Monthly Oil Market Report, released last week, here...
Here is a chart of US oil production from Carpe Diem... It will be interesting to see what path it takes in 2019 with prices where they are...
Here are a couple of snapshots of the wholesale price of power in New York and New England, taken a few minutes ago (and, yes, it’s extremely
James Conca, Forbes, has a nice piece on nuclear plant closures vs. CO2 emissions, here... ”Closing perfectly good nuclear power plants decades
The excellent Russell Gold, Wall Street Journal, discusses what’s important for oil prices in 2019, here... ”That makes the sanctions a major wild
The IEA has demand for next year at +1.4, due to lower prices... The summary is here... "For now, we retain our view that demand growth in 2018 was
WTI oil options volume has been relatively light as we moved to the end of 2018 and into 2019... Average daily volume for the month of December was
In this special podcast, Andy and Jim discuss Canadian oil markets with Dominique Proctor, former Manager of Financial Trading at Suncor
”U.S. Gulf Coast refineries have significant capacity to process high-sulfur crude and unfinished oils relative to the rest of the world. As a result,