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By Allen Brooks on January 4, 2011
Surprise Of 2011: Crude Oil Down And Natural Gas Up 2011 Another Year Of Robust Industry Capital Spending A Simmons’ Bet Matt Would Have Likely Doubled Down On Will China Prevent $5 A Gallon Gasoline Here? East Coast Blizzard And Snowy Europe = Climate Change? read more Source: Energy Musings
Posted in Energy Musings | Tagged $5 a gallon gasoline, 2011 E&P capex spending survey, ANO, Beijing auto licenses, Beijing traffic congestion, Blizzard of 2010, Chinese auto manufacturers, climate change, crude oil prices, gas drilling rigs, gas shale production, gas shales, horizontal drilling rigs, John Hofmeister, Julian Simon, Matt Simmons, Musings From the Oil Patch, natural gas prices, natural gas production, Paul Erhlich, Polar Vortex, THC
By Allen Brooks on January 3, 2011
This morning the business talk shows focused on crude oil futures price climbing above $92 per barrel. The talking heads are commenting on the oil price move being part of a upward trend that will soon break the $100 a barrel price barrier last experienced in 2008 – both on the way up to $147 […]