Posts by: Phil Flynn

Oil prices are starting out a bit weak on this Veterans day as OPEC is signaling that there will be an extension of the current […]

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The EIA X Factor. The Energy Report 11/08/19

On November 8, 2019 - 8:16 AM By

Oil prices started out strong on U.S.-China trade talks only to fade as reports of whether all in the Trump administration are ready to lift […]

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Are you ignorant or do you have an agenda? Well, maybe both. One reason I might be both is that I was shocked at the […]

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The crude oil price gained on reports of more shale pain along with reports that Saudi Arabia wants to cut production and an American Petroleum […]

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Hands Up. The Energy Report 11/05/19

On November 5, 2019 - 7:30 AM By

There is the OPEC report that is discussing the outlook for lower market share for OPEC oil on one hand, and then on the other […]

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All is Right. The Energy Report 11/04/19

On November 4, 2019 - 7:34 AM By

All of a sudden it seems all is right with the oil world. A much stronger than expected jobs number set off a rally that […]

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The price of crude had its worst week being down over 4% on a freak crude oil supply build and worries about a U.S.-China trade […]

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Spooky Sell-Off. The Energy Report 10/31/19

On October 31, 2019 - 7:24 AM By

It’s close to midnight and something’s selling oil in the dark. Under the moonlight, you see a drop that almost Stops Your Stop. You Try […]

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Roar with the Rohr Report

On October 30, 2019 - 2:05 PM By

Phil is joined by Chief Analyst for the Rohr International Company Alan Rohrbach to discuss if the markets are ready to “rip and roar!”

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API Leaks. The Energy Report 10/30/19

On October 30, 2019 - 7:33 AM By

Congressman Adam Schiff may or may not be behind the leaks of American Petroleum Institute (API) data. If he is not, I wish he was, […]

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The crude oil market is under pressure, not so much because the market is oversupplied today, but it might be tomorrow. The International Energy Agency […]

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Shale Rocked. The Energy Report 10/28/19

On October 28, 2019 - 8:19 AM By

The U.S. shale industry is expected to be rocked by subpar earnings and reports that bankers are running away from oil shale investments. This comes […]

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