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Donald Trump laid out his vision for American Energy to North Dakota shale country as he received the delegates he needs to clinch the Republican Nomination for President of the United States. Mr. Trump vowed to change the anti-energy movement under the current administration and reverse “draconian climate rules” and  lead by having the government […]

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Remember when we had supply concerns in oil? Well it looks like those days are back. Despite high global supplies, demand may now be at the point where it is actually exceeding daily global oil output. Oil prices in Europe have already exceeded $50.00 a barrel on that possibility. While some of the supply issues […]

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It is suddenly hip to be bullish crude oil again. Bearish calls that oil could crash to $10.00 a barrel seem be off of the table. Talk that oil would never exceed $40.00 a barrel ever again has been proven to be wrong. Now the market and the analysts are starting to understand the impact […]

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Oil prices are struggling on short term fundamentals but we continue to get a disturbing outlook for our long term energy future. Weakness enveloped crude oil driving it down for the fourth day in a row on reports of oil disruptions getting back on line, yet a report from Rystad Energy says that global oil […]

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Freeze This! The Energy Report 5/23/16

On May 23, 2016 - 7:30 AM By

Iran says it has no plans to freeze oil exports, causing weakness in the price of oil at the start of the week. Reuters quoted the Iranian Deputy Oil Minister Rokneddin Javadils as saying that, “Under the present circumstances, the government and the Oil Ministry have not issued any policy or plan to the National […]

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Reverberations from the oil price crash continue as more bankruptcies and increased geo-political tensions are causing a seismic shift in the long term outlook for energy production. With mounting pressure on oil producing countries leading to civil unrest and more bankruptcies of highly leveraged oil companies, the bottom of the commodity cycle is well underway. […]

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Fed Flop. The Energy Report 5/19/16

On May 19, 2016 - 7:19 AM By

Oil prices were able to overcome a supply increase but were not able to overcome the Federal Reserve Minutes. The Fed sent the dollar on a tear because in the Fed minutes they said they wanted to send a message that a June interest rate increase was on the table. Oil had been rallying despite […]

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As oil prices hit another 7 month high on renewed concerns about risks to global supply, the question becomes whether shale oil producers can come to the rescue. Around the globe we are seeing the loss of millions of barrels of global production off line causing many to worry about the sustainability of production in […]

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Busting Out. The Energy Report 5/17/16

On May 17, 2016 - 7:19 AM By

It seems that oil is busting out of its bust cycle as the crash in oil prices has put a market that was seriously oversupplied back into a semblance of balance. The reason that we are seeing such a quick turnaround is an old story about how low prices cure low prices. Low prices have […]

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All of a sudden, in a major about face, Goldman Sachs is now saying that the global oil market has gone back to a supply deficit for the first time in two years. Goldman Sachs, one of the biggest oil bears on the street, is starting to see some of the things I have been […]

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Oil prices are having a hard time trying to decide whether they should be focused on risks to supply or risks to demand. Early on Friday it appears that the risk to demand fears are outweighing risks to supply fears as the dollar rallies and economic concerns weigh. Concerns are rising that the vote for […]

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Now you see it and now you don’t. Presto changeo  and all of a sudden barrels of crude are disappearing at a time when demand is rising causing a path to global oil supply tightening. Not only did the Energy Information Administration (EIA) shock the trade with a 3.5 million barrels’ drawdown, the International Energy Agency […]

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