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Tuesday, 02/12/2019

January 28, 2019 – CNBC

Here's the most important thing going on in the oil market, according to oil guru who predicted past declines

By: Elizabeth Gurdus

The most important trend happening in the oil market has to do with China, oil guru and RBN Energy President and Principal Energy Markets Consultant Rusty Braziel tells CNBC's Jim Cramer.

Braziel, a frequent "Mad Money" guest who has correctly predicted several oil price collapses in recent years, referenced the commodity's price drop in October of last year. After...

Tuesday, 02/12/2019

January 25, 2019 – S&P Global Platts

US LNG export project timelines face uncertainty in market amid regulatory questions

By: Harry Weber & Maya Weber

Houston — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's inaction on Venture Global LNG's permit application for its Calcasieu Pass export terminal in Louisiana is raising concerns in the market about a broader impact on approval schedules set for other projects.

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Friday, 01/18/2019

January 17, 2018 – Investing.Com

3 Regional Oil Supply Disruptions That Could Also Impact Prices

By: Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D.

While most oil traders focus on the big three producers of our day—Saudi Arabia, Russia and U.S. shale—we shouldn't ignore struggling producers. Missing supply from Mexico, Iran and Venezuela will also affect the market and prices, after all.

Here are some updates:

1. Mexico

Mexico’s gasoline crisis caused a huge build in gasoline stocks in the United States this week. Mexico cannot...

Friday, 01/18/2019

January 10, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

South Texas VLCC Project to Export Oil Gains Momentum as $92M Contract Awarded

By: Leticia Gonzales

As midstream companies like Enbridge Inc. begin racing to develop deepwater export terminals along the Gulf Coast to accommodate very large crude carriers (VLCC), federal authorities have upped their efforts to deepen the country’s largest export port as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded its first contract last week for the Corpus Christi Ship Channel Improvement Project….

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Friday, 01/18/2019

December 17, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

NatGas Storage Deficits, Price Volatility May Linger Past March as Coal ‘Safety Net’ Diminished

By: Jeremiah Shelor

Except under the lowest demand scenarios, natural gas inventories are on track to exit March below comparable year-ago and five-year-average levels, making shifts in weather all-important at a time of diminished gas-to-coal switching potential in the power stack, according to analysts.

A mild Christmas could assuage storage fears after hefty deficits helped prices break higher...

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