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0 Apr 20 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, UK natural gas

Burrito bites

Phew! Made it to another Friday! Natural gas is stuck in Groundhog week, as it again makes a new decade-low on the same themes of last week (…and the week before, and the week before…) with strong supply and downbeat demand. Crude oil has drifted lower for most of the week, but is bouncing with some bargain-hunting after testing two-month lows. Oh happy, oh joy, the snacks are ahoy:

–How Iran is still making money – disabling tracking systems on fleets.

Hurricane season to provide little gas support.

–This is great… 25 of the strangest phobias.

–A primer on Peak Oil.

–A UK primer on fracking.

–Venn diagram of a pancake!

–Iranian sanctions are working.

–The absolute worst things in the world.

–Can natural gas help stop global warming?

–Don’t kill the electric car.

–Is Facebook making us lonely? Or just changing our lives in different ways?

–The US has a problem with natural gas: too much of it.

–Infographic: Floss or Die.

–A ban on oil speculation…questioned.

–What does M&M stand for on M&Ms?

–US coal exports highest in 20 years.

–15 surprising things you can do with a lemon.

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to gasoline prices, which are slowly backing off from four-dollardom on the national retail average….good stuff!

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to the rash of mediocre economic data released here in the US, from jobless claims to industrial production to housing numbers. No stalling now, please.

Have a formidable weekend!

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