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0 Apr 26 2013 @ 10:47am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Happy Friday once again! This week that was has seen oil markets do a dramatic U-turn, charging higher on improving market sentiment and not a lot else. As for natural gas, prices have eased lower as temperatures move toward more neutral levels to negate heating demand. After a hectic week, kick back and  relax, so grab a plate and hit up the snacks: 

Solar jobs outnumber ranchers in Texas, actors in California.

–What if we never run out of oil? (h/t Jeff Sullivan)

10 Stop signs with song lyric graffiti.

–Natural gas use to expand for the long-haul. (h/t Trace Meyer)

–Banning diesel-powered boats in Venice points to a bigger trend.

–Quiz time! Do you know more science than the average American? (h/t Adam Spangler)

–Solar power should break up with wind, and date natural gas.

–Report says UK shale unlikely to mean cheap gas.

–YEESSS!!! Professors embrace pop culture to teach economics.

–Why are young Americans driving less?

–Infographic: How Americans improve their homes.

–LNG exports would have a minimal impact on prices.

–25 hilariously mischievous pranks.

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to shoulder month weather. Heating demand, consider yourself banished!

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to refining in the US, which dropped by whopping 2.8% – due to outages rather than maintenance. This caused a large draw to gasoline stocks, rallying gasoline and crude prices alike.

May your weekend be full of monkeying around!

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