Energy Prices Killed Other Commodity Prices in 2016

As we move into 2017 with what is beginning as a year of optimism, we are always happy to see some data that backs up our gut. According to a report...
Continue reading
  607 Hits

EIA Releases Annual Energy Outlook 2017

On January 05, 2017, the EIA released its Annual Energy Outlook for 2017, which includes projections through 2050. The full report can be read here: http://www.eia.gov/outlooks/aeo/pdf/0383(2017).pdf . The EIA report effectively...
Continue reading
  744 Hits

When Will We See OPEC Production Cuts?

One topic of some discussion is when will we feel the effects of OPEC (and non-OPEC) production cuts? Obviously, oil markets have already reacted to the cuts, driving up the price...
Continue reading
  560 Hits

Surveys Are Backing Optimism

Recent reports add credence to our gut instincts that optimism is running high, and oil companies will likely increase spending in 2017. According to a report released by Barclays on Monday,...
Continue reading
  606 Hits

The Week In Numbers for the Week Ending 12-16-2016

In each edition of the Standard , we strive to provide you a bare bones summary of what happened to the price of WTI, Natural Gas, and Brent Crude. In addition,...
Continue reading
  717 Hits

Ty’s Take for the Week Ending 12-16-16

This weeks Ty’s Take is going to be a bit of a hodge podge – so let me begin by apologizing for any stream-of-conscience style writing. I promise I will do...
Continue reading
  837 Hits

Other Countries Join OPEC Freeze

Outline of The Deal Well, maybe we got a Christmas Miracle. In a ‘historic’ deal eleven countries agreed on Saturday, December 09, 2016, to cut their output along with OPEC in...
Continue reading
  796 Hits

Optimism Runs High In Wake of Historic Deal

Even before the OPEC deal to cut production on November 30th, and the subsequent agreement by non-OPEC members to join in the freeze/cuts on December 9th, optimism was running high in...
Continue reading
  799 Hits

Will U.S. Oil Producers Spoil The Party?

OPEC and non-OPEC members worked hard to reach an agreement that will, hopefully, move crude not only into balance but into supply deficit sooner rather than later. When deficit will occur...
Continue reading
  838 Hits

Trump Appears to Be Picking Pro-Energy Cabinet

One interesting thing we can gleam so far is Donald Trump appears to be picking a very pro-energy cabinet. Mr. Trump has selected numerous potential cabinet members with ties to the...
Continue reading
  711 Hits

Blog Categories

Request A Quote
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input