"I would guess diesel will remain for heavy transport, as an EV just won't fill that spot in the transportation of goods sector....at least for some time. So we will have to buy an EV or Diesel....if the gubmint will allow the latter.
"Yeah that is quite the mess. Looks like it was written in a foreign language and the translation software screwed it up.
The transition to electric will be interesting to say the least. It will take some time for all the infrastructure to be in…"
"I don't know about anyone else here, but this article is extremely hard to read and come away with any coherent sense of what the author is trying to convey. I respect Dr. Fine, but this might have been edited to oblivion??"
“Unlike 1973, and its oil embargo against the United States, there is no supply threat from the Middle East. Consequently, only a demand unknown moves the price of crude oil. Permian/Delaware has displaced the Middle East as a source and even Mexico imports U.S. production.This has caused euphoria in Santa Fe among lobbyists who prepare for a new Governor from the Democratic Party.She will have to decide that the rhetoric of renewable energy is no match for her budget bounty made up of revenue…See More
"NG pricing tends to follow a different model than oil. higher oil price drives more domestic oil production placing more NG on the market ie. Permian. on the Bull side we are 20% under injection storage amount for this time of year. more facilitys…"
"In my opinion this is not nearly as relevant to oil prices as will be an impending settlement of the trade disputes going on globally. President Trump was correct for going after the offenders, which turns out to show we didn't really have a…"
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