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By Carl Larry | September 13, 2016
By Phil Flynn | November 21, 2013
Mixed messages sent oil products higher, but oil continues to be grounded by an ever growing U.S. supply. While crude supply only increased by 40,000 barrels, overall supply at Cushing Oklahoma increased to a whopping 39.9 million barrels.
By Phil Flynn | August 22, 2013
Forget Saudi Arabia! Who rose to the occasion to fill the void caused by disruptions in Libya and Iraq and Nigeria? No it was not Saudi Arabia but the good old Untied States of Oil!
By Paul D. Cretien | October 1, 2012
Because energy companies are subject to the crack spread, we explore whether the price of one refined product can be used to forecast the other.
By Dominick A. Chirichella | February 2, 2012
EIA's latest oil inventory report was bearish and has played a major role in the most recent leg down in oil prices
By Phil Flynn | November 15, 2011
Daily energy fundamentals from Phil Flynn
By Phil Flynn | November 14, 2011
By Dominick A. Chirichella | August 3, 2011
Weekly analysis of API and EIA supply and outlook reports
By Dominick A. Chirichella | July 27, 2011
By Dominick A. Chirichella | February 9, 2011
Analysis of weekly EIA energy supply report