A mid-week update. After falling steadily since the middle of September, New York oil futures rebounded this week by some $5 a barrel to close at $97.14 on Wednesday.
On December 9th, the day before the Nobel Prizes are handled out in Stockholm, there is a "Nobel Week Dialogue" in Gothenburg. This year's theme is "Exploring the Future of Energy" and participating Nobel Laureates are presented by the organizers.
A weekly review including: Oil and the Global Economy, The Middle East & North Africa, China, Quote of the Week, The Briefs.
Filed under: Etc., Transportation Alternatives, Oil Sands Just because gas prices have been steadily declining since March doesn't mean we should all get comfortable with the idea of lower refueling costs and a dependable fuel supply.
Human beings, pretty universally, strive for a sense of control over life. In moderation, this is a laudable tendency, nothing more than prudential planning for tomorrow. Taken to extremes--reversing the rise of the oceans, fine-tuning the earth's ...
Happy Holidays. Yes, start celebrating the “Spirit of ‘14.” Wall Street has glad tidings for investors everywhere.
A midweek update. The New York oil market has been quiet this week with futures trading around $93 a barrel while awaiting further news
The Blackstone Group showed an uncanny knack for timing in the $6 billion sale of GeoSouthern Energy to Devon Energy.