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Musings From The Oil Patch, October 12, 2017

The Wildcard Of Hurricane Impact On Oil Demand Psychology And Dollar Index Helping Lift Oil Prices Have Houston Businesses Gained At Expense of Residents? Germany’s Diesel Scandal Is Helping Electric Vehicle Sales Hurricanes Harvey And Irma Spark Climate Change Claims Oil Prices Matter, But Then They Often Don’t Tell Us Much Read article »

Musings From The Oil Patch, September 12, 2017

Estimating The Ownership Cost Of EVs Versus ICE Cars The Gas Market’s Enthusiasm Is Slowly Being Sapped EV Sales Are Growing, But Not As Much As Expected Hurricane Harvey Leaves Texas Gulf Coast With L-T Impact Autonomous Cars On The Road Sooner Than Expected Read article »

Musings From The Oil Patch, August 29, 2017

Rhode Island Electricity Rate Hike Battle Ends In Whimper Australia Green Folly Beats Germany: Warning For The U.S.? No Future For Internal Combustion Engine Say Futurists Natural Gas Pipelines A Victim Of Anti-Fossil Fuel Movement Message From The Great Crew Change In Oil Company CEOs Read article »

Musings From The Oil Patch, August 15, 2017

Questioning Which Oil Industry Threats Are For Real Natural Gas Market Making Progress Toward Improved Balance Al Gore’s Frustration As NASA Data Shows Oceans Falling Germany’s Diesel Car Emissions Scandal Propels EV Market Once Again Canada’s Oil Industry Is Fought By Its Government Read article »

Musings From The Oil Patch, August 1, 2017

Did OPEC Headline Signal The Bottom For Oil Prices? What Is The Role Of The Cost Of Power In State Economies? Canada’s Political Scene Shifts Reflect Struggle Over Energy Electric Vehicles Boosted By Recent Announcements Canada’s Energy Sector Receives An LNG Body Blow Is Toyota The Real Auto Technology Leader? Read article »

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