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Posts Tagged ‘propane’

0 Mar 28 2014 @ 10:52am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Darn you, Groundhog…

Even though flipping a coin has better forecasting skills than the dastardly groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil has unfortunately been on the money for this winter.  Despite April on deck next week there is still snow on the ground (in more places than there should be), while our dearly beloved energy commodities have seen rampant demand, receding inventories, and rocketing prices. Henceforth are seven such examples:

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0 Jun 14 2012 @ 9:45am by Matt Smith in Economy, energy consulting, Natural Gas

Smoke And Mirrors

Howdy doody. This post is cribbed from a presentation I gave last week, called ‘Smoke and Mirrors‘. It focused on various aspects of the shale gas industry and how mottled, cloudy, and unclear the picture is (= smoke).

In response to each smoke slide, I then attempted to show how the shale gas industry reflected (= mirror, get it?!) onto the US economy or vice versa . It made sense to me at the time, I promise.

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