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The structural shift in the U.S. refined products markets throughout this decade—with the U.S. becoming a net exporter—has benefited consumers, the country’s manufacturing sector, and the trade balance.
Like a scene out of the movie Zoolander, fights have occurred at gasoline stations in hurricane-affected areas.
Matt Smith is Director of Commodity Research at ClipperData, a company that tracks global cargo flows of crude and products. He speaks to The Fuse about data transparency, trade flows, and recent price trends.
Hedge fund sentiment in the oil markets has turned considerably bearish as of late. While it may be premature to say prices have already peaked for the year, a sustained bull run for the rest of 2016 appears less and less likely.
Brynne Kelly, an independent portfolio manager, speaks to The Fuse about Twitter, oil and gas prices, and the evolving nature of oil markets.
The global oil markets have been dealing with a crude supply glut for sometime, but now the surplus has shifted to refined products. With high stocks of diesel and gasoline worldwide, oil prices, now trading in the mid-$40s, could move lower.
The refining sector is the one part of the oil & gas industry that is actually making money in the current low price environment. The good times are slowing down, with demand growth weakening and refined product inventories ballooning, but U.S. refiners are still set to have a strong year in 2016
A new startup is hoping that its system of on-demand gasoline delivery will ultimately make the process of obtaining fuel more convenient and efficient.
A J.P. Morgan Chase study shows that when gasoline prices fall, Americans, for the most part, do not save the extra money but instead spend it largely on non-essentials and—in some cases—higher-priced gasoline.