Monthly Archives - February 2016

Keep Volume Down!

Keep the Volume Down Typically, this is a rant to my son as he hammers away on his drum kit.  But it is a sentiment echoed throughout the US oil industry to global producers who have so far at least, no intention to keep the volume down – of oil
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Oscars, Environment, and Oil

Oil Prices Rise Yes, today’s blog has it all: Oscars, Oil Prices, and environmental news. As the red carpet is put away for another year, the tinsel town must be quite pleased that it managed to navigate through the racial diversity row for now.  Chris Rock joked, “You realize if
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Warren Vies To End Gridlock

CA Grid Change Coming? Warren Buffett is a shrewd investor unafraid to tackle some of the largest corporations to improve stakeholder value. Still, one of his latest drives has the potential to help millions of energy consumers too. To understand what is going on, we have to go back in
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Oil Oil Everywhere

Oil Oil Everywhere Oil, oil everywhere – prices are down again today as inventories rise. The black blood which runs through the veins of the world’s economies has dominated the news every day for the 20 plus years I have been in energy.  It is either too low, too high,
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The Art of Smart Energy Procurement

Warhol said, “I’m not afraid to die; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” Andy Warhol, the American artist who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art, died on this day in 1987. His works of art have been described by
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