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Posts Tagged ‘plug-in vehicles’

0 Jul 26 2012 @ 4:22pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy

10 Potential Perpetrators For Weak Gasoline Demand

Hey, so I know I ranted about the conundrum of strong gasoline prices versus weak demand earlier in the year (in From Target to Twitter to Tanks and 2 Bugbears, 5 Reasons, 1 Reality), but I felt it worth revisiting this proposition because although gas prices have fallen, demand still remains weak. So here are ten reasons to explain why gasoline demand is in a structural decline: » 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