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Posts Tagged ‘oil/gas ratio’

0 Apr 26 2012 @ 9:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Ratio / Horatio

Worlds collide this week as I have been distracted by the combo of CSI Miami and relative value … leaving us to delve into the world of ratios and Horatio. So, let’s take a look at some aspects currently present in Energyville™, kick-started by terminology used in the world of Horatio Caine. » read more

4 Jan 5 2011 @ 10:50pm by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Natural Gas, risk management

Hare or the Dog? Commodities in the Year of the Rabbit

Happy 2011! I hope this finds you in fine fettle. I would like to kick off 2011 by highlighting some themes (splatter gun style) which I expect to be an undercurrent in this year’s voyage through the rough seas that is commodityworld™. I nearly managed to avoid making any predictions this year (after last year’s farcical forecasts – $100 oil, rising nat gas prices, Susan Boyle dating, etc..) until Tom Fowler from Fuelfix asked me for some (here), so I figured I would expand on a couple of them – not because they are revelationary, but because they are worth keeping an eye on.   » read more