Make no mistake about it, Canadian gas producers are in an intense market share battle with their American counterparts. Producers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia are ramping-up their production, and further encroaching into Western Canada’s traditional markets in the East.
There have been three main accomplishments of the Saudi’s painful, two year, oil market war – (1) increased market share, (2) shrinking non-OPEC production, and (3) the delay of billions of dollars in new project spending around the world.
Headlines surrounding ride sharing apps and autonomous vehicles are nudging into my daily reading list like people butting in front of me in traffic. But I don’t mind. Since the 1970s I’ve been a longstanding reader of future-oriented publications like […]
The charts look terrible. In the ruthless court of equity markets, the verdict is clear: The energy business – whether oil, gas, coal, solar, wind, nuclear, clean-tech or no-tech – is broadly guilty of delivering subpar returns to investors over […]
The oil market is undertaking a great new experiment. Historically, the market has relied on OPEC to “swing-up” their production quickly in the face of a supply shock. But today the cartel is in the process of swinging its taps […]
It may come as a surprise ̶ especially considering the recent volatility in the price of oil ̶ that market fundamentals have improved in the last three months. For the first time in two years, the world market is now […]