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What is happening to Oil and Gas prices today? We look at the data, trends, China's housing, and geopolitical issues.

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With the new potential sanctions being lifted from Iran, it will only have a short-term price impact. Many countries are already buying Iranian oil at a discount, and the demand reduction has not impacted the overall world pricing structure.

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The world is at $96 oil, and we may be in a recession, but where do we go from here?

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I have never seen such a time in our history where the future can go about four different ways, each with a common theme. Investors will get richer, and consumers will bear the brunt of the energy crisis.

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Biden has doubled down again; this time, he is making his trip to Saudi Arabia look like an episode of “America’s Got Talent.”

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Biden went to Saudi Arabia to beg for oil, came away empty-handed, and ironically slammed the United States energy markets the very next day. 

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The Importance of The Nord Stream 1 Pipeline Coming Back Online

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The Nord Stream 1 pipeline has been shut down for routine maintenance and is supposed to come back online this next week. There is tremendous speculation that Russia will take this opportunity not to bring this critical gas pipeline back online. 

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With The Last Large Refinery Built in 1977, How Will The Refinery Model Work In The U.S.? Will Distributed Refining be the new norm?

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The war on fossil fuels has been ongoing for years. What cannot be legislated will be regulated.

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Political Hypocrisy at its Finest

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There are bad decisions that will haunt you, and then there are bad decisions that are funny.‍ None of the bad decisions from our current administration is anywhere close to funny. 

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If your leg hurts, stop running.

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Why are we doubling down on disastrous energy policies, driving up inflation and costing consumers?

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What is going to happen to diesel prices? Are we going to $7 to $9?

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Until the government enacts a wartime clause found in the Jones act; get ready for inflation, a recession, and the need for portfolio protection. 

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Did inflation, Russia, and the energy crisis just turn ESG investors to run to oil and natural gas investing?

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It's no good brag, but it's good to state facts. The fact is: I called it several months ago that investors reaction to high inflation and the looming recession would bring them back to the highest performing sector in the U.S. investing markets... Energy.

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The Future of Energy – Key Insights from the Mauldin Strategic Investors Conference

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There is no “normal” in the markets. This panel discussion focused on getting to carbon-neutral while still providing the lowest cost KWH to consumers.

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Is it demand or production destruction causing high oil prices?

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When my Grandad and Dad were at the dinner table, we would talk about oil prices with supply, demand, drilling tech and how good the roast was. Well now the dinner table is on the move with sporting events, travel, running here, running there, and trying to run a business. Dinner has shifted from family discussions to meals on wheels, and the family discussions all take place via text. 

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What did Exxon and Chevron’s Q1 earnings tell the market?

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The earnings for Exxon (XOM) and Chevron (CVX) were yet another verification of what the future holds for investors and their portfolios. The stage for the market turmoil we are facing on the markets today started years ago when the world started printing money for flawed energy policies. 

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Can the EU depend on the United States to replace all its Russian gas imports with LNG soon?

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Are we in an Oil and Gas price “Supercycle”, and what does that mean?

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Is this a “Supercycle”? Well, I do know, but what we do know is that we are in the 4th commodities boom in human history. As I have talked about, the wealth generated by commodities is the only way to survive against inflation and higher taxes. This commodities boom will be longer and more widespread due to the total breakdown of the world’s supply chain and societies' interdependence on energy. As we can see again today that countries will go to war over energy and food supplies. The next few years will be very interesting to see how the world's leaders look to solve these issues. 

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Will Avoiding Sanctions With Dark Oil Impact World Oil Prices? – Updated

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The effects of dark oil energy investments could prove disastrous for investors in government-backed green energy funds.

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Here are three reasons why the natural gas prices could still double from here.

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“It could get very ugly unless we act quickly,” Snam CEO says Green push has meant years of underinvestment in fossil fuels

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This was the by-line in the Bloomberg article “Europe Faces Bleak Winter Energy Crisis Years in the Making” posted September 18, 2021. How did Europe get to the power crisis that “Just” appeared?

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The shipbuilding industry is thriving in South Korea, the world’s third biggest shipbuilder. Won 82

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It seems the number of online customers is on the rise, therefore shipping is proving to be a growing concern for retailers.

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If Congress Does Not Pass “Clean Energy” Biden’s Climate Czar Will Act Alone

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If you were to ask leading U.S. climate and energy policy experts which of the United States’ existing emissions requirements should be most stringent,

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Why Iran’s current oil policies and sanctions are important to U.S. oil producers

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Iran has successfully improved its relationship with China over the past several years.

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What’s Missing from Oil Prices? – Jay Young, founder, and CEO of King Operating Corp Rigzone interview

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The world’s two leading oil price benchmarks are omitting some important considerations

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The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) net-zero nirvana is set up with pitfalls – by 50 to 100 years

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The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) sustainable energy roadmap shows the difficulty that lies ahead in transforming global energy systems towards net-zero emissions

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Insurers Can Afford to Drop Oil and Gas—But Many Won’t – Money talks over “Greener” commitments

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One way to shut down the oil and gas industry is to make it impossible to buy insurance.

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U.K. Power Supply Crunch Causing Soaring Prices – Looking To Nat Gas To Help

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Natural gas has become more important to Europe and the United States in several ways

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Here are three reasons why the natural gas prices could still double from here.

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It has been a shift in commodity matrices like never before, where supply and demand are still critical, but not the only factors.

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World Energy Policies Are To Blame For Your Electric, Heating, And Your Gas Bill

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So, are you a believer yet? The King Operating Research team has data showing several key points about the energy crisis we are in today.

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The Worlds Economy Is Tied To Energy – The Dominos Are Stacked To Tumble Of Biblical Proportions In 2021

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Have you ever played dominos with your family, or were you the one stealing the entire set to build domino trails? Orderly falling comes to mind.

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Someone Is Playing The Market That Oil Will Hit $200 – What Do You Think?

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This week in the markets is more than entertainment, it is fun watching people put their money where they think commodities are moving.

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