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Back-Track. The Energy Report 02/20/2024

On February 20, 2024 - 9:26 AM By

It seems that the oil trade is backtracking on calls for ‘peak oil demand’ and is now more focused on the possibility of ‘peak oil’ […]

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Border Security. The Energy Report 02/16/2024

On February 16, 2024 - 8:06 AM By

Big news! Finally, they are taking steps to secure the border and building fortified enclosures and making contingency plans to deal with an influx of […]

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OPEC and the International Energy Agency can’t seem to agree on anything. Not only has a war of words broken out between these two groups, […]

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Inflation Proof. The Energy Report 02/14/2024

On February 14, 2024 - 8:54 AM By

Somehow oil and petroleum products become Inflation-Proof when the supply side starts to drain. The consumer price index came in hotter than expected at 3.1% […]

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As soon as the International Energy Agency (IEA) tells you that they are comfortable with the global oil supply outlook, it is time to worry. […]

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OPEC says that other agencies are backpedaling on predicting future oil demand while the Financial Times (FT) reports that, “Total Energies Patrick Pouyanné has warned […]

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Losing Control. The Energy Report 02/09/2024

On February 9, 2024 - 9:25 AM By

Not only does it appear that the Biden administration is losing control of the oil market, sort of how they lost control of our border […]

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Whitewash. The Energy Report 02/08/2024

On February 8, 2024 - 8:20 AM By

The impact of the BP Whiting Indiana refinery outage was already felt in yesterday’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) weekly status update and it will be […]

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They walk a lonely road, the only one they may ever know, don’t know where it goes, on this empty street of broken green energy […]

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Oil Launderers. The Energy Report 02/06/2024

On February 6, 2024 - 8:11 AM By

Global oil supplies are tightening and the fact that Saudi Aramco decided to keep their selling price for their crude unchanged for March, suggests demand […]

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Oil prices are falling after a reversal in the odds for rate cuts that overshadowed geopolitical risk factors that seem to be boiling over. The […]

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In a world where it seems like the gates of hell have been opened, it’s nice to know you can find a place where you […]

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