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Energy Faces Turbulence In Pricing

Energy Faces Turbulence In Pricing

By Dan McTeague | July 13, 2018

It's getting downright whacky on the energy markets right now.

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U.S. Refiners churning out near records as demand remains robust

U.S. Refiners churning out near records as demand remains robust

By Dan McTeague | July 5, 2018

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its weekly report today on the status of petroleum inventories in the United States. Here are some highlights.

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Oil is Up $8 a Barrel: What Gives?

Oil is Up $8 a Barrel: What Gives?

By Dan McTeague | June 29, 2018

That didn't take long. Last week at this time, we noted that OPEC combined with non-OPEC oil producing countries' pledge to raise output by about 700,000 barrels a day would fall short of rising global demand, estimated to increase 1.2 to 1.5 million barrels…

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Is the OPEC non-OPEC deal over?

Is the OPEC non-OPEC deal over?

By Dan McTeague | June 22, 2018

Since early 2017, OPEC, led by Saudi Arabia, and non-OPEC oil producers, led by Russia, agreed to cooperate together in an attempt to reduce the glut in crude that OPEC created when, in late 2014, it tried to flood global markets with oil in attempt to hurt…

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