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22 December

Mexico and its gasoline dilemma

Amid a better-than-expected U.S. GDP print and a slightly softer dollar, oil prices are on the rise today. Gasoline, however, is on the move lower - and something we hone in on for today's blog. Hark, here are five things to consider in oil (and gasoline!) markets today:

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Tagged gasoline imports, retail gasoline prices, EIA, US gasoline exports Leave a comment
20 September

Crude's got the blues once more

One hundred and thirty-one years after the birth of the mighty Jelly Roll Morton, the crude complex has got the blues once more. Prices are moving lower today, led by gasoline as the Colonial pipeline panic eases, and as the ebb and flow of OPEC expectations wane once more - after wax-on action yesterday. Hark, here are six things to consider in crude oil and natural gas markets today:

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Tagged Saudi oil exports, floating rigs, gasoline exports, natural gas, gasoline imports, gasoline, Colonial pipeline Leave a comment
30 August

Gasoline glut persists

 As the dollar rallies again, as Gulf of Mexico storm fears dissipate, and as a build is expected from tomorrow's EIA report, crude is heading lower once more. Hark, here are five things to consider in oil markets today:

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Tagged gasoline inventories, gasoline imports, gulf of mexico production, oil hedging Leave a comment

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Matt Smith deciphers and distills what is most relevant across the energy complex into cohesive and pithy knowledge you can use. The belly laugh is a bonus.

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