Bits and pieces from around the world of energy…
— Financial Post (@financialpost) February 18, 2015
He did this while at the same time adding length in Suncorp, a synthetic crude producer in Canada as well as a stake in crude refiner Conoco Phillips…so he has not exited the crude world.
Doug Casey on ISIS, Gold, Crude Oil, and What to Expect in 2015 http://t.co/TjHubCsXul
— Crude Oil Trader (@tradingcrudeoil) February 18, 2015
The item lists Doug Casey as “one of the most successful speculators of all time.” It’s an interesting read, though I will say you’re not going to add a bonanza to your business with these five minutes.
— Alfa Energy (@AlfaEnergyUK) February 18, 2015
“The lack of follow-through higher yesterday is a worry and there’s plenty of reason to be neutral here and observe carefully,” PVM Oil Associates director and technical analyst Robin Bieber said.”
— Black Diamond Research (@BlackDiamondRsc) February 18, 2015
I think we’d all appreciate less volatility in propane prices. If crude can trade in a more narrow range over the next decade, that would be a good thing for the propane industry.