Posts by: Phil Flynn

Oil prices are in pause mode as the traders try to decide whether they should add to gains after the best upward move in a […]

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The Energy Information Administration reported that Houston did indeed have a problem. It was clear that the shutdown of the Houston Shipping Channel played a […]

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Oil bears are running for their lives as oil hits new highs on strong demand and a trend of falling supply that will lead to […]

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Oil prices are rising, and so are major bank’s price projections while OPEC production plummets and gasoline shortages pop up in Arizona as supplies of […]

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Oil prices are heating up ahead of the summer driving season as global demand expectations for oil are rising while global oil production is falling. Just […]

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A Presidential oil tweet isn’t quite what it used to be. Oh sure, oil did break a bit after the U.S. GDP revised down to […]

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Spring Break. The Energy Report 03/28/19

On March 28, 2019 - 7:28 AM By

Oil demand is on spring break and is breaking the market off. Oil bulls are starting to waver a bit, taking profits after a bearishly […]

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Lights Out. The Energy Report 03/27/19

On March 27, 2019 - 7:12 AM By

Another power outage in Venezuela should start to raise concerns about a total shutdown of Venezuelan oil output. The Venezuelan situation is getting more dire […]

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Oil prices are back on the rise as the market is in a risk on mode and the trade must get ready for another big […]

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U.S. recession fears may be the biggest fraud perpetrated on the American people since the Russian collusion story. Despite Friday’s sell off due to an […]

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Slow Ride. The Energy Report 03/22/19

On March 22, 2019 - 7:35 AM By

It’s a slow ride on a March Madness Friday as oil pulls back a bit on global slowdown fears. Oil prices were up early, then […]

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Wake Up Call. The Energy Report 03/21/19

On March 21, 2019 - 7:22 AM By

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) gave the energy world a wake-up call after reporting that U.S. commercial crude oil inventories plunged by 9.6 million barrels […]

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