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Posts Tagged ‘cellulosic ethanol’

1 Sep 30 2011 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Biofuels, Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

…and welcome to the last trading day in Q3, and the stormy conditions it brings. This week has dealt further downside pressure to natural gas, but no further low for the year as the themes of strong supply and weak demand continue. Crude has done a non-stop-flip-flop, remaining choppy but lacking conviction as Euro debt concerns continue, and as global economic worries ebb-flow-ebb-flow. Next week brings a new month, a new quarter, and  a new set of data points to usher markets this way and that. But before then, enjoy the respite…with these bites:     » read more

0 Dec 10 2010 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Natural Gas, UK natural gas

Burrito Bites

Altrightee, we’ve got two more full weeks left of 2010; hopefully they’ll be a little more eventful than this one. Crude broke $90 early doors, then fell back and treaded water ahead of a wave of information this weekend. Meanwhile, natural gas rallied through to Thursday, only to give back all its gains on a bullish storage print (go figure). This weekend sees Opec’s end-of-year party meeting in Ecuador, meanwhile China is widely expected to raise interest rates. Next week sees a return to form for economic data, while colder-than-normal temperatures for the eastern US are lending support to natty. This means next week should be more of a snowstorm of activity = much more fun. Until then, keep your eyes on the prize (like my friend here), and your plate close at hand; bites are served: » read more