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The Most Important & Interesting Stories in the Global Energy Markets

Every business day our team analyzes gigabytes of data and reads hundreds of articles and reports related to the global energy commodity markets. Once a week we compile the most interesting and newsworthy items and send them to direct to your inbox in our highly acclaimed newsletter - The Week in Energy Markets.

The Week in Energy Markets covers all of the global energy commodity markets - bunker fuel, coal, crude oil, diesel fuel, electricity, fuel oil, gasoline, gasoil, heating oil, jet fuel, LGP, NGLs, renewable fuels and more - including topics ranging from trading and hedging strategies to fundamental analysis to changing regulatory requirements. The following is a sample of the data and information we have highlighted in recent editions:

  • Exposing the Past: Oil Hedgers Prepare for Crude Volatility
  • Natural Gas Prices Have Reached a Turning Point
  • Bets Surge on WTI Playing Catch-Up with Brent Price
  • How Have Gasoline and Distillate Crack Spreads Evolved?
  • Maybe the Coal Market Isn't Dead After All
  • Stock Levels Whipsaw the Propane Market
  • Airline Hedges Fuel Rally in Later Dated Oil Prices
  • The Forgotten Commodity That Will Outperform Oil and Natural Gas
  • Futures Spread: What It Says About Natural Gas Prices
  • The Far-Reaching Impacts of Low-Sulfur Bunker Fuels on Demand, Prices and Refining
  • Gasoline Stocks Are Rising Much Faster Than Usual
  • Natural Gas-Fired Generating Capacity Likely to Increase Over Next Two Years
  • Hydrocarbon Gas Liquids by Rail Data Adds Transparency to Rapidly Changing Markets
  • Petrochemical Firms Turn To LPG
  • World Energy Hits a Turning Point: Solar That's Cheaper Than Wind
  • The Global Coal Boom Finally Seems to Be Winding Down
  • Hedging Is About to Make a Comeback on Global Crude Oil Markets
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