In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis investigate how the price spread between the world’s most traded crude oil blends and the most actively
The price spread between the world’s most traded crude oil blends and the most actively traded commodities in the world generally track one another, but divergences often reflect technical, supply/demand, or geopolitical issues. Over the course of history, the spread between Brent crude and WTI blends has grown, shrunk, crossed paths, and reversed again countless times. As a result of reduced U.S. pipeline constraints, ongoing OPEC+ production cuts, and China purchasing record amounts of WTI crude oil, the spread between Brent and WTI crude oil prices has begun to shrink close to zero. The future may hold a reversal giving WTI prices the upper hand.
Join your hosts Kevin Olson and Tavis Kilian as they cover the biggest news in oil and gas for the month of August! Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis uncover a growing disconnect between crude oil prices and the principles that have historically set commodity prices.
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis uncover a growing distaste for the oil industry among potential young employees that when combined with the
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis discuss how E&P mergers and acquisitions tend to strengthen physical positioning and induce an expanded asset portfolio,
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis investigate why renewable energy is a major culprit for the recent rolling blackouts in California. While it
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis investigate whether or not the recent headline making protests over domestic oil and gas pipelines make any
Pipelines transporting crude oil, natural gas, and refined products have been a controversial topic for lawmakers, environmental groups, and energy producers throughout the last decade. Since pipelines are the cleanest and safest method of transporting hydrocarbons, the logic behind these protests remains lost on many individuals. But, what the general public must understand is that many protesters are not necessarily trying to shut down pipelines, they are trying to eliminate the use of fossil fuels and force an immediate shift to renewable energy.
Join your hosts Kevin and Tavis as they recap the stories about big acquisitions, pipeline fiascoes, exploratory gas wells, conditional taxation, and the re-acknowledged land rights of Oklahoma Native Americans.
Policy changes and regulation on domestic oil and gas activities have been enacted to ensure the oil and gas industry responsibly produces hydrocarbons while protecting both individual and environmental health and safety. Unfortunately, many recent changes to national or state level policies have hampered the advancement of the industry under the guise of public and environmental health and safety without foundational justification. In order to ensure the survival of a key pillar that supports the domestic economy as a whole, the true purpose of these policies must go hand in hand with the advancement of the industry without unjust hindrance.
In this episode your hosts Tavis and Kevin speak about the good news for leases that is spreading nationwide, Wyoming’s future in international gas markets, the looming threat of big
In this episode your hosts Tavis and Sy talk about what you can buy with a Chesapeake stock, California regulators, Apache offices closure, drowning in wastewater, Warren’s love of oil
In this episode your hosts Tavis and Sy talk about California land crisis, Halliburton layoffs, aggressive merger strategies, hydraulic fracture safety, and drilling with sunlight. As always, be sure to