Posts Tagged ‘gasoline prices’

0 Oct 14 2013 @ 9:03pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Risk Strategy

Why Gasoline Prices are Heading Lower

Let’s end at the beginning: retail gasoline prices are going to continue to head lower, and this post simply presents the case as to why, through some simple visuals.  » read more

2 Jun 27 2013 @ 11:00pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy

All Downhill From Here

There have been a number of recent research reports addressing the notion of ‘Peak Car’ – whether driving has peaked per person in the US. So here are a bunch of interesting tidbits and nuggets I have gleaned from the reports ‘A New Direction‘ and ‘Has Motorization in the US Peaked?’, as well as an update on miles driven….it’s all downhill from here. » read more

0 Apr 4 2013 @ 7:47am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy

File Under: Resurfacing Rumors of Oil Exports

Yesterday’s appearance on Fox Business was a last-minute affair, prompted by rumors resurfacing about the ramping up of oil US exports on a broad scale. Hark, click on the below mugshot to launch to the clip:

0 Mar 15 2013 @ 10:46am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Happy Friday! Another nutty week has seen natural gas pushing to try and reach an 18-month high on late-season heating demand and a whopper of a withdrawal from weekly storage. Crude oil is somewhat overlooking uninspiring fundamentals to rally with the improving economic data we are seeing out of the US and the euphoria seen in equity markets. Hark, snacks ahoy: » read more

0 Feb 15 2013 @ 10:59am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Hooray for Friday! The crude complex has traded broadly sideways as it hangs out at 4-month highs. It has been supported by ongoing geopolitical concerns, held in check by poor economic data, and left confused by varying perspectives on 2013 from EIA, IEA, and Opec. As for natural gas, it is looking beyond the currently colder conditions to focus on warmer times ahead, and the lower demand that will bring. Snacks ahoy! » read more