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By Phil Flynn | July 22, 2014
August crude is going off with a bang.
By Moming Zhou, Bloomberg | July 3, 2014
Easing supply concerns in Libya and Iraq as well as Hurricane Arthur affected crude oil's movements.
By Phil Flynn | July 3, 2014
Arthur is officially Hurricane strength and gasoline demand destruction will be in its wake.
By Phil Flynn | April 14, 2014
A deal to reopen Libyan oil ports has yet to produce any exports and some are still skeptical that all is well in Libya.
By Phil Flynn | April 3, 2014
EIA reports total U.S. net imports of energy declined in 2013 to their lowest level in more than two decades.
By Phil Flynn | March 13, 2014
Common sense went out the window as the divergence between stocks and commodities expanded to unheard of levels.
By Phil Flynn | March 11, 2014
The energy markets are still trying to balance strong U.S. jobs data versus rotten Chinese and Japanese data.
By Sherry Su and Konstantin Rozhnov, Bloomberg | January 15, 2014
The first expansion in Libyan oil production in 10 months is poised to lower regional crude costs, boosting margins for European refiners that have been closing at the fastest rate in decades.
By Phil Flynn | January 9, 2014
Forget about that surprise drawdown in crude oil, the focus should be on that massive build in products. Who said U.S. refiners would not be able to handle all of that cheap crude oil?
By Mark Shenk, Bloomberg | September 30, 2013
OPEC crude production climbed to a 10-month high in September as Saudi Arabia pumped barrels at the fastest pace in at least 24 years, a Bloomberg survey showed.