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OPEC coming up short ?

OPEC coming up short ?

By Dan McTeague | February 1, 2017

From September 2016 to the launch of its official oil production cutback at the beginning of January 2017, OPEC’s 12 members and 12 other non-OPEC oil producing nations assumed that their overall 1.8 million barrel a day reduction would inevitably lead…

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The quest for balance for global oil in 2018

The quest for balance for global oil in 2018

By Dan McTeague | January 27, 2017

Lessons learned from two years of overproduction have led most producing nations to the cold reality that outproducing competitors leads to ruin. While oil extraction technologies were advanced by several years of $100+ a barrel oil and put an end to the traditional…

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White House Offers America-First Energy Plan

White House Offers America-First Energy Plan

By Dan McTeague | January 22, 2017

President Trump had barely finished his inauguration speech Friday when the White House released its blueprint for energy under the new Administration. The plan, as expected, is a clear break from the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule espoused…

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Congress to Tax Canadian Oil and American Drivers?

Congress to Tax Canadian Oil and American Drivers?

By Dan McTeague | January 20, 2017

With all eyes on today’s inauguration of President Trump, activities in Congress have caused Canada—the U.S.’s largest trading partner—to pay a little more attention to developments already underway that could see a new U.S border tax on Canadian…

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