After across-the-board losses on Friday, markets are trading relatively flat this morning. After peaking above $62 on Friday morning, crude oil gave up 46 cents (-0.8%), closing the day at $61.44. This morning, prices opened at $61.61, and have remained relatively anchored to that price. Crude[…]
Editor’s Note: The following article is re-printed from FN360 Q3 2017. Renewable fuels are an important part of America’s energy portfolio, and can impact prices by altering supply/demand trends. The legislation mentioned below to extend the biodiesel tax credit remains unpassed following the[…]
Markets dropped yesterday despite a generally bullish EIA report, with crude oil shedding 85 cents (1.5%). Yesterday continued the three-day loss streak, with prices falling from $58.02 on Tuesday down to a closing price of $56.40 yesterday, a 2.9% loss. Today, prices are continuing their decline,[…]
At the North American Energy Ministerial on November 14, 2017, in Houston, Texas, United States Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources James Gordon Carr, and Mexico’s Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquin Coldwell launched the North American Cooperation on Energy[…]
Oil prices have been winding higher since September, when Harvey kicked off a strong rise in refinery run rates that buoyed crude demand. Since September, crude prices have risen from below $50 to consistently above $55 in November and December – far above the overall 2017 average price of $55.33[…]
After a significant run in prices on Friday that added nearly $1.00 to crude prices, markets are falling back in line with their previous trends. Traders were enthusiastic on Friday that OPEC and Non-OPEC producers agreed to a deal extension, but that enthusiasm has faded today as reality sets in.[…]
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – As new high pressure common rail diesel engines have increased their share of the U.S. market, there has been an increase in reports of engine breakdowns and failures presumably related to diesel fuel quality. While some assert a causal versus a coincidental relationship between[…]
As we get closer to the first official day of winter (Dec 21), temperatures across the country are beginning to get chilly. As we approach winter, forecasts of expected temperatures grow clearer, giving diesel-consuming fleets a better outlook of how to prepare for the winter.