Inventory now 808 Bcf less than last year indicates supply growth not keeping up with gas-demand growth If the summer catches up with last year’s injection pace only 2,980 Bcf will be ready for winter; less if it Continue reading →
Crude-oil inventory declining instead of increasing (as the consensus expected) offset production growth fears. Total U.S. oil inventory down to where it was as February 2015 ended highlights supply behind demand; what took 25 months to build took only Continue reading →
While geo-politics is getting credit for oil prices as high as they are, factor in refinery runs rising nicely and crude-oil-exports rapidly increasing has the time U.S. commercial crude-oil inventory will last down to its lowest level in the last Continue reading →
Last week’s inventory draw 5th largest in 25 years is bullish because this is the time when wind-blown electricity generation, a very politically-correct source that receives much assistance, is reaching its seasonal peak. More natural gas will soon be Continue reading →
Use of technology, to have more prosper by Participating in the upward-mobility-of-the-masses-lives more electricity will produce, needs much more natural gas, including to replace old and not appreciated nuclear.