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0 Jan 11 2013 @ 10:56am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random, risk management

Burrito Bites

Roll up! Roll up! And welcome to the first set of burrito bites for 2013! This week has seen oil prices finishing where they started, rallied by Chinese exports and oil imports, unwound by Chinese inflation data. Natural gas prices have done a similar dance, unwound by warmer weather, then rallied by a whopper withdrawal from weekly storage and impending colder conditions next week. Hark, burrito bites are served.

–34 charts from my favorite superhero, David Rosenberg. And the evolution of the logo of the other Batman.

–Natural gas is a hedge, not a bridge, to climate safety.

–Hot chocolate tastes much better in an orange mug. (I challenge you to look at this and disagree).

–How much water is needed to produce food…while wasting water means wasting energy…while half of the world’s food is wasted.

–Infographic on what is going to happen in the next 150 years.

–Listening to Elton John can make you a safer driver.

–US LNG profit seen elusive as price gap closes.

–Eagle Ford is now the world’s largest oil and gas development.

–Infographic on green manufacturing.

–A decent all-encompassing outlook for 2013.

–Photos of movie scenes of the past in real life.

–In-depth piece on the US and Iran sanctions.

–25 images that simply cannot be explained.

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to this ridiculous over-the-head, backwards buzzer-beater.

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to this satellite image from space of natural gas flaring in North Dakota.

Have a stellar weekend!

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