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Sr. Market Analyst at The PRICE Futures Group
Phil Flynn is writer of The Energy Report, a daily market commentary discussing oil, the Middle East, American government, economics, and their effects on the world's energies markets, as well as other commodity markets.


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The Energy Report: Biden’s New Gas Price Hike
Biden is on the verge of another gasoline price hike and this time there is not much he can do about it.
The Energy Report: Knocking
Oil prices are knocking on the door of a major breakout but need some help as banking woes and weak Chinese data seem to be holding us back.
The Energy Report: Winning
Do you ever think that China, OPEC, and Russia get tired of winning on energy policy.  Global energy polices in Europe and President Biden in the United States continues to strengthen our adversaries while making the rest of us look pretty- stupid.
The Energy Report: Quicker Phase To Higher Gas Prices
The climate do-gooders from the so-called Group of Seven rich nations decided to put more burden on the poor by pledging a quicker phase for fossil fuels.
Energy Report: IEA Vs OPEC
Tensions are rising between the IEA, which represents the interests of oil-consuming countries, and the OPEC cartel. While tension between them isn't new, now bad blood is boiling over the barrel.
The Energy Report: Hedging Their Bets
In crisis there can be opportunity and good can come out of bad. While the drop in petroleum prices was predicated on fear surrounding the global banking crisis, it did provide an opportunity for users of petroleum.
The Energy Report: Banking On It
Oil and petroleum products have been down on a crisis of confidence not based on current supply and demand fundamentals and that could do huge damage long term, not only to the production side of oil but the refining side as well.
The Energy Report: Break In Case Of Emergency
U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm seemed to have an incredible idea. She said that any further releases from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve would be due to oil supply disruptions.
The Energy Report: Waiting On Inflation
Oil prices are down to start the week on concerns that this week’s January consumer price index (CPI), which is set to be released tomorrow.
The Energy Report: Mortgaging The Future
Oil prices are shaking off concerns of an economic slowdown as China’s reopening is a reality, not a theory.
The Energy Report: Climatic Chaos
Oil prices have gone on quite a ride as the winter storm reduced production from the shale fields by 4000,000 to 500,000 barrels a day sending oil higher yesterday.
The Energy Report: Chilling
The oil market is getting a cold slap in the face as the market prepares for what potentially could be one of the coldest of cold snaps in decades.
The Energy Report: Locked Down But Loaded
The oil market got hammered on Sunday night but rebounded on confusion as to whether China will lift some of its covid-19 restrictions or not.
The Energy Report: Cracking Up
The ultra-low sulfur diesel crack spread cracked up, hitting a new record high, as physical buyers are scrambling to secure supply.
The Energy Report: Turbulence
Oil prices continue to have trouble maintaining altitude as economic turbulence around the globe is shifting focus from the market being under-supplied to a potential economic crash.
The Energy Report: OPEC Outrage
Despite all the vitriol coming out of Washington, oil prices are pulling back. The reason why they’re pulling back seems to be the fact that recession fears are running high. The dollar is higher, and you can’t forget the oil market holiday curse.
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