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0 May 24 2013 @ 10:35am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Happy, happy Friday! (and a long weekend to boot!). This past week has seen natural gas uplifted by warmer weather outlooks and LNG export approvals, while crude oil has sold off on central bank shenanigans as the fundamental backdrop continues to provide little reason to rally strongly. As the weekend beckons, kick back and relax with a bunch of new(s) snacks:

–UK gas was 6 hours from running out in March.

–German brewers fretting over fracking.

–Why Venezuela is running out of toilet paper.

–LNG exports: easy does it.

–Caffeinated everything.

–Infographic: The American driving boom is over.

–Yogurt power, yes whey! (h/t Adam Spangler)

–Infographic: Keystone pipeline.

–Open plan offices make employees less productive, less happy, and more likely to get sick.

–At margins of shale oil, a tempered euphoria.

Fried Chicken Arbitrage.

–China holds the key to global growth.

–Is every market rigged?

–11 things that make you a bad driver.

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to gasoline inventories being nearly 10% above last year’s levels as we start ‘driving season’. It may not guarantee lower prices, but it may help keep prices in check.

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to tornadoes.

Have a grateful weekend..thanks to all our troops!

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