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Posts Tagged ‘NGLs’

1 Nov 1 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Global Energy, Natural Gas, Risk Strategy

Record Breakers

This latest post is an accumulation of recent observations which have a collective theme; that of breaking records. I have been stockpiling these info-bites like Halloween candy all week, ready for your consumption – enjoy!   » read more

0 Aug 17 2012 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Blog, Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito Bites

Hello, hello! Welcome to burrito bites, which has been somewhat errant in recent weeks. There’s a bunch of bites below scanning this period (I’m mostly playing catch-up, rather than cutting edge…). Since the last snack attack, natural gas has tumbled out of three-dollardom as the end of summer is on the horizon as we slowly head toward the peak of hurricane season, unscathed thus far. As for Texas tea, oil has ripped emphatically higher on geoploitical concerns, QE3 hopes hopes of economic improvement, and a tighter supply situation. Enough fluff: here’s the good stuff: » read more

0 Jul 20 2012 @ 10:49am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Hey! And hurray for another Friday. Since the last one, we are seeing natgas in a game of whack-a-mole, as it gets smacked every time it pops its head above the $3 mark. Despite permanently warmer-than-norm conditions and a bullish storage report, the fear of slowing coal-to-gas switching and stonkingly staunch supply are keeping prices in check. Meanwhile, oil prices have rallied on hopes and fears: hopes of further stimulus, and fears of supply disruptions due to escalating tension in the Middle East. From scares and frights to snacks and bites: » read more

0 Dec 9 2011 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito Bites

And the second Friday of December hits us like a snowball, with general markets having a frosty reception to the latest effort by European leaders to stop the rot  to halt the region’s debt crisis.

Crude prices have apprehensively back-pedaled into double-digitdom this week, while natural gas prices sled towards the lows of the year once again, as we are set to reach Christmas without a solid bout of frigid conditions in the US. But enough chat, here are the snacks: » read more