Corpus Christi Holds the Key to Expanding US Oil Exports

As crude oil prices continue to rise, most U.S. producers are eying higher-priced foreign markets for expanded sales. But to move more American volume to those markets, export capacity must be expanded. The situation with crude oil is accentuated by the fact that the U.S. is already the world’s leading exporter of refined oil products.[…]

A Profit Opportunity in LNG’s Move to Asia

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from my December 10, 2018, Energy Inner Circle mailing, The Dark Files. Every week, my Energy Inner Circle readers receive a confidential briefing on some of the behind-the-scenes workings in the energy and defense worlds. With liquefied natural gas (LNG) beginning to take over the energy realm, particularly[…]

OPEC Sticks to Its Guns – And Higher Oil Prices Persist

Despite the best efforts of a miserable monthly U.S. employment number, some disquieting economic data from Europe and China, and a presidential bully pulpit, crude oil prices continue to rise. I discussed the paltry 20,000 job gain in the last Oil & Energy Investor (“One Employment Report Does Not a Trend Make,” March 12, 2019).[…]

Weekender Story: A Potential Trade Deal Could Shoot This Industry through the Roof

The U.S. has a history of picking fights. When another country complains about us, I can almost hear everyone else rolling their eyes and saying, “What did they do this time?” Well, the U.S. and China have been going at it for some time, and the headlines are just as ubiquitous as ever. These days,[…]