Supply Outages Threaten 2019 Prices

The oil complex ended on an upswing yesterday, with crude closing just shy of $55/bbl while fuel prices closed that their highest level since before Thanksgiving. Crude oil is currently trading at $55.34, a gain of 93 points from yesterday’s close. Fuel prices are also trading higher this morning. Diesel prices are currently trading at […]

Midwest Cold Shuts in Refineries

By Dan Luther While every PADD saw declining refinery utilization rates last week, the strong majority of the decline came from PADD 1 and 2 – a result of the Polar Vortex. Cold weather causes significant operational issues for refineries, which in turn affects fuel supplies regionally. Several refineries in the Midwest and Northeast were […]

Natural Gas News – February 13, 2019

Natural Gas News – February 13, 2019 Pompeo Says Nord Stream 2 Natural Gas Pipeline Brings ‘Enormous Security Risk’ to Europe S&P Global reported: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tuesday the US would keep fighting the 55 Bcm/year Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline, declining to rule out the possibility of leveling sanctions against […]

EU Growth Forecast Slashed

Oil prices took a heavy hit yesterday amid a broader selloff in financial markets. After trading lower this morning, oil prices have regained their previous levels. Crude oil is currently trading at $52.74, with losses turning to small 10 cent gains after the product lost roughly $1.40 yesterday. Fuel prices have also turned a bit […]

Week in Review

After prices were bid up last week among Venezuela sanctions, markets reverted lower again on profit-taking and reduced economic growth prospects for this year. Oil prices have been fairly range-bound, so prices simply bounced off their Friday high to trade lower this week. While stocks have made a significant recovery since their November bear market, […]

Natural Gas News – February 8, 2019

Natural Gas News – February 8, 2019 Total Makes ‘Game-Changing’ Gas Condensate Find Off South Africa S&P Global reported: Total has made a “significant” gas condensate discovery offshore South Africa, opening up a new natural gas and oil play off the southern tip of Africa expected to spark a new round of drilling in the […]

Natural Gas News – February 7, 2019

Natural Gas News – February 7, 2019 Fire Fuels Concerns Over Consumers’ Natural Gas System The Detroit News reported: Last week’s fire at a Consumers Energy compressor station in Macomb County during a record-breaking cold snap exposed vulnerabilities — as well as strengths — in the system that supplies natural gas to 4.1 million Michiganians, […]

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