Why The Future of Energy Could Be U.S. Natural Gas
Liquefied natural gas, or LNG, is creating a global market for U.S.-produced natural gas.
The Problem For Gold In The Trade War
Gold prices are continuing to move lower. The yellow metal is often used for portfolio diversification or as a hedge against global…
Three Ways OPEC Decision Will Impact Oil Markets
The oil production decision at the OPEC meeting on Friday, June 22, is interesting on several counts. First, it is…
The U.S. Crude Oil Grades Market Is Surging
For over 35 years, NYMEX WTI Crude Oil futures (WTI) was virtually the only U.S. crude oil futures contract around….
Ag Markets Are Using More Qualitative Data
Agricultural data have been around for almost as long as there have been markets, but the type of data and…
LNG and the Importance of the Henry Hub Benchmark
The answer to pricing liquefied natural gas lies deep in the Louisiana Bayou.
Oil and Gas Prices Are Breaking Up
Divorce is always a challenging event, particularly when the couple in question have been together for so long. U.S. crude…
This Is Only Act One of U.S.-China Trade Tension
The rising tit-for-tat trade skirmishes between the U.S. and China are giving stock markets serious jitters, as well they should….
U.S. Natural Gas Is Seeing Another Boom
Florida temperatures were colder than normal in the first weeks of 2018. Houston hit its lowest temperature in more than two…
What to Watch in Metals Markets in 2018
The rally in equities may have stolen much of the attention in 2017, but metals and minerals were also buoyant….
The United States Is A New Oil Superpower
The U.S. is poised to dethrone Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest oil producer as early as February as the…