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U.S shale: the hunted becomes the hunter

U.S shale: the hunted becomes the hunter

By Dan McTeague | June 23, 2017

It’s all but confirmed: U.S. shale oil plays are now the world’s swing producer, replacing Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s de facto kingpin. But the road to this day wasn’t expected and for most analysts, the unexpected turn of fortunes now seems…

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For Oil Producing Countries the Hits Just Keep Coming

For Oil Producing Countries the Hits Just Keep Coming

By Dan McTeague | June 16, 2017

If the emerging reality of global net oil production rising is bad news for marginal oil producers, one can only imagine what this means of nations whose dependence on oil is disproportionate to more diverse economies such as the U.S and Canada, both of whom…

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The politics of climate change gets intense

The politics of climate change gets intense

By Dan McTeague | June 2, 2017

On the same week that U.S. President Trump declared the withdrawal of the country from the Paris Climate Accord Treaty, agreed to by his predecessor at the end of 2015, events in Canada took a decidedly more intense turn. Last month, an election in the Province…

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Stuck in neutral and slipping

Stuck in neutral and slipping

By Dan McTeague | May 30, 2017

Returning from the Memorial Day long weekend, gas prices remain close to prices paid last year at this time with many indications that pump prices could see a downward tilt for the balance of the shortened weekend. At $2.367 a gallon, national average pump…

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