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Demand economics alone might not halt oil’s rise

Demand economics alone might not halt oil’s rise

By Dan McTeague | August 11, 2017

As summer demand for gasoline nears its end, the latter part of summer 2017 may break a new all-time record, this is the time refineries traditionally wind down production to make way for winter blends of gasoline. But this year may be different though, driven…

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The mid-summer surge in gasoline demand

The mid-summer surge in gasoline demand

By Dan McTeague | August 4, 2017

It wasn’t expected to happen. More fuel-efficient vehicles, poor late spring weather and even shifting driving patterns by millennials were just some of the explanations thought to be at the core of why summer driving demand for fuel got off to such…

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Oil Prices: A Question of Balance

Oil Prices: A Question of Balance

By Dan McTeague | July 28, 2017

Driven by lower U.S. crude inventories and Saudi Arabia’s pledge to reduce its exports, oil prices moved this week to a surprising 8 week high for both Brent and West Texas Intermediate benchmarks. The two events suggest the expected crash in the commodity’s…

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Shifting dynamics in trade flows pushes gasoline upwards

Shifting dynamics in trade flows pushes gasoline upwards

By Dan McTeague | July 21, 2017

In what might be seen as a reversal of fortunes for oil and gasoline, market prices appear to have turned the corner with gasoline emerging from one of its greatest slumps in a dozen years. Wednesday’s U.S. Energy Department’s weekly petroleum…

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