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0 Sep 28 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

G’day! As we reach the last trading day of September (and Q3), we see natural gas prices sat close to a high for the year as a rather rampant rally has been spurred on by the fear of winter on the horizon. Meanwhile, oil remains under the influence of the usual suspects – the Euro debt crisis, geopolitical tension and lackluster economic data releases. But enough of that, it’s time to snack:

–EIA analyst says product demand says we are not in a recovery.

–World’s top environmental success stories.

–Quiz time! Organic food or cult?

–UN report says oil market becoming divorced from fundamentals.

–Shale gas frackers get excited about…sponge?!

–Things not to buy in September.

–Coal versus natural gas: it’s complicated.

–World on track for record food prices next year due to US drought.

–iPhone 5 costs $0.41 to charge…..per annum (h/t Scott Allen )

–11 buildings that glow.

–Fertilizer could be solution to Bakken flaring.

–Do you have the most common pin number?

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to Britishisms and the Britishisation of American English (h/t Gabe ‘Smudger’ Smith).

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to the impending next domino to fall in the Euro debt crisis…Spain.

Have a fun-packed weekend!

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