The Myth Of Natural Gas As A Bridging Fuel

Natural gas is not a ‘bridging fuel’ but an important source of energy long-term that could greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Now a flood of U.S. LNG exports is poised to break the informal global exporter cartel that has kept prices high and de…

Venezuelan Unrest And The Oil Market

The unrest in Venezuela could lead to a disruption of oil production, but it should have minimal affect on oil prices. Possible U.S. sanctions against imports of Venezuealan crude will be financial insult to the injury which is the government’s policies.

Here Comes The Oil

Oil supply tends to be lumpy, with only a few countries showing higher production at any given time. Additionally, the degree to which production declines offset increases plays a major role in determining the net increase in a period.

Brace For An Oil Market Maelstrom In 2017

Prices have risen and are predicted by many to go higher, but volatility is all but certain to be the word of the year for the oil industry, as uncertainty regarding geopolitics, global growth and production is probably as great as it has been at any t…