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Zip 0. The Energy Report 06/27/18

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The U.S. State Department laid down the gauntlet as the U.S. threatened to slap sanctions on countries and companies that don’t cut oil imports from […]

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Oil prices had a tough time staying higher as trade war fears and distraction took the market focus off tightening global oil supply. While many […]

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All is well in OPEC land. OPEC kept it together with a unanimous deal even, though there is still disagreement on what the deal in […]

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The historic OPEC NON-OPEC production agreement became known as OPEC plus one. Russia became that plus one as they joined OPEC and conspired with them […]

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OPEC speculation and a strong dollar on trade war fears is providing highs and lows on the oil market. Oil was rallying on a big […]

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 It looks like it is going to be a showdown at the OPEC coral as Iran leads the coalition of the not so willing to […]

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Trade war fears are escalating after President Donald Trump hit back against the Chinese by asking his administration to identify $200 billion worth of Chinese […]

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Oil prices got hit hard as the trade war for oil traders got personal. In a tit for tat, the Chinese government announced tariffs on […]

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As Russia smoked Saudi Arabia in the world cup, oil ministers from those two countries signaled that indeed OPEC and Non-OPEC Russia signaled that they […]

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President Donald Trump is fed up with oil prices and tweeted that “oil prices are too high, OPEC is at it again. Not good!”  The […]

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While the markets await the outcome from the Fed meeting and oil traders fret about whether OPEC and Non-OPEC might raise production and the weekly […]

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Many economists and mathematicians will remind you that deficits matter. Though I am not talking about budget deficits or trade deficits right now, but the […]

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