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Posts Tagged ‘Canadian oil sands’

0 Oct 19 2012 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy

Burrito bites

Happy Friday and welcome to another burrito bites! I know I’ve shirked a post this week…I got stuck in the weeds of a topic,  but will be back with a vengeance in the next few days. (probably). Anyhoo, as for the week that was in energyland™, oil has hardly budged, only to swan-dive into the weekend as the risk-on switch in broader markets has been flipped to risk-off. As for natural gas, we have seen prices hanging around the high for the year, as the prospect of cooler temperatures has stifled selling. This week, a number of generous friends have shared some snacks: » read more

0 Aug 15 2012 @ 1:33pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Risk Strategy, Technology

China’s Mission Of Acquisitions

China’s first manned outing into space hasn’t been the only mission the country has been focused on recently. There has been an almost surgical focus by China on foreign acquisitions in the energy space, taken one giant step further by the acquisition of NEXEN by CNOOC (nope, that’s not code, I promise). » read more

0 May 18 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Happy Friday! And another nutty week comes to a conclusion, as natural gas prices continue on their upward trajectory on expectations of warmer weather (and higher demand), while crude continues to slide. Geopolitical tension with Iran has dropped off the radar as the Euro debt crisis accelerates its deterioration, leaving risk appetite to flee the building. Enough from me, it’s time to eat: » read more