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Who’s really setting Energy Policy for Hillary?

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

In this election circus one candidate struggles stay on message while the other struggles to stand up.  Much of the swirl around Clinton focuses on her use of a private email server, with the intention of keeping her emails private, even after she left office.  That probably would have worked if it weren’t for the Benghazi debacle and the investigation that uncovered the server. 

This calls into question her judgment, her character, and her willingness to be open about what she is doing while serving the country.  However, while not good judgment, according to the FBI not illegal and for her nothing to worry about.

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The Oil Price Roller Coaster Picks Up more Speed.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Never a dull moment with oil prices

So now that we have seen oil prices recover to the $50 dollar level, we need to look at the drivers that might keep it there or if this is a temporary blip. read more

Trump on Energy in Politics...?

Friday, May 27, 2016

Donald Trump gives his first Energy Policy speech... Well Sort of. 
We know his stance on immigration and we certainly know where he stands when dealing with the media.

It seems everyone is talking about the "Donald" these days.  Now that he has locked up the nomination, according to AP, will he actually build the wall, is he conservative or opportunistic?  How Donald Trump would govern is a good question to ask, our current President was elected with "hope and change" and no real descriptions.  Donald Trump seems to be getting along with "Make America Great Again".  He has managed to diffuse any real questions about his policies and is now beginning to unite the party around his controversial run for the presidency. read more

IHS CERAWeek, outlining price developments in Oil and Gas.

Monday, February 22, 2016

So who’s fault is it?

Today at IAH’s CERA Week we heard from Mexico that the transition would continue toward a more open oil and power sector and that would lead to prosperity.  One has to assume that prosperity would be achieved by increasing production, probably not good when looking at the current price environment for oil.  According to the President, they will continue with a round of investment offerings for deepwater, they would increase imports of natural gas from the US and they would allow private companies to sell gasoline in Mexico without partnering with PMEX. read more