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Days Like This. The Energy Report 01/21/2022

On January 21, 2022 - 7:57 AM By

Mama said there’ll be days like this, and we did too as the oil market is pulling back from a case of too much bullishness. […]

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Oil prices hit another new high in this run and the only thing we must fear is bullishness itself. Ok, maybe another round of covid […]

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$87 in a Flash. The Energy Report 01/19/2022

On January 19, 2022 - 8:05 AM By

The soon to be expiring February WTI oil contract hit $87.00 in a flash as surging demand, falling supply and a spattering of geopolitical risk […]

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Oil prices hit the highest level since 2014 as it becomes apparent that you can’t separate politics and oil. Whether it be the leadership that […]

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83 Squeeze. The Energy Report 01/14/2022

On January 14, 2022 - 8:15 AM By

It’s an 83 squeeze as oil tops $83.00 a barrel as global oil supplies are not keeping up with demand. Yet despite gasoline prices surging […]

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Oil prices are completing the process a major break-up that could trade oil to $88 dollars. The Feb Future contract is getting closer to a […]

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Breaking up is hard to do but global oil markets are doing it anyway. Oil is breaking up into stochastically overbought areas and making up […]

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Razor Thin. The Energy Report 01/11/2022

On January 11, 2022 - 7:23 AM By

More reports that OPEC plus is failing to meet its production quotas is raising larger concerns about OPEC’s real ability to produce more oil if […]

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Oil prices are flipping out. The market has traded on both sides of unchanged as omicron fears in China raise demand fears while supply and […]

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Stable energy prices can mean a stable government. Yet the biggest risk to global stability is not climate change but the ill-planned energy transition that […]

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The Fed minutes freaked out the stock market but does a more aggressive Fed signal a red-hot economy and by default, strong oil demand? The […]

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Long Shadows. The Energy Report 01/05/2022

On January 5, 2022 - 7:41 AM By

A bigger than expected crude oil drawdown was overshadowed by a massive gasoline supply build that had more to do with year-end tax shenanigans than […]

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