Crude-oil exporters were essentially in line with the production-cut agreement in February, when WTI dropped as low as $57. The rise to $73 last month indicates declines for some that make the case for agreement tomorrow: increases that bring Continue reading →
The population of Canada and the U.S. now 4.9% of the world, consuming 19.4% of the world’s electricity and 23% of its oil highlights much more world-wide UP to go as awareness increasing brings about big reductions in Tariffs and Continue reading →
Also encouraging our Bullish natural gas Outlook is The Climate minimizing of late helping keep expectations low with most remembering last summer as hot, but high potential for It Changing to needing much more Henry Hub and Marcellus gas next.
Finding new customers Over There is evident in . . . U.S. crude-oil exports the last four weeks up 1.116 mmbd (+139%) YOY. Good arguments about the damage on activity imposition of tariffs will cause is helping those cautious Continue reading →