Category: Crude oil

It’s Good to be Bad

Not meaning to be villainous – like my British counterparts in the Jaguar commercial - but it would seem that sometimes ‘it’s good to be bad‘. And here are some immediate examples across commodityland™. The first topic we are going to look at in dastardly detail is retail gasoline prices. Prices generally peak in the first half […]  More »

Oil price rebounds from 8-month low

Crude for October delivery rose $1.16, or 1.3 percent, to settle at $92.83 a barrel .  More »

Gas price fears factor into oil export debate

A new survey ordered up by refiners fighting to preserve the oil export ban suggests voters are wary of selling crude overseas while the United States still relies on foreign supplies and as gasoline prices hang in the balance.  More »

Crude settles below $92 a barrel

Crude inventories fell 972,000 barrels to 358.6 million last week, the Energy Information Administration said.  More »

OPEC cuts demand outlook by most in three years on shale

The change implies that OPEC’s 12 members would need to cut output by about 1.1 million barrels a day from the 30.3 million they produced in August.  More »

Former Obama aide makes case for oil exports

Former White House economic adviser Larry Summers on Tuesday insisted that the U.S. should lift its decades-old ban on exporting crude, arguing that the policy is a relic of the1970s that is holding back the United States’ potential.  More »

Oil prices see steady decline as demand remains weak and production strong

Prices for crude oil have been in a steady slide for months thanks to a combination of anemic oil demand growth and a tide of growing production that hasn’t been slowed by international conflicts.  More »

Brent crude narrows premium over West Texas benchmark

Brent for October settlement fell $1.04, or 1 percent, to $99.16 a barrel.  More »

Gulf Coast drives surge in U.S. exports of petroleum products

The United States is exporting more petroleum products, most of which is coming from the Gulf Coast.  More »

Refiners & producers battling over exports

The battle between oil producers and refiners over exporting U.S. crude is heating up in Washington.  More »

Oil falls as China’s economy shows signs of slowing

Oil for October delivery fell 63 cents to settle at $92.66 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

Brent crude falls below $100 for first time in 14 months

Brent crude fell below $100 a barrel for the first time since June 2013 as a slowdown in imports into China reinforced signs of surplus supply. West Texas Intermediate dropped to the lowest in almost eight months.  More »
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