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Oil Price Outlook: Crude Surges- Bulls Eye Major Breakout at May High - DailyFX

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Oil Price Outlook: Crude Surges- Bulls Eye Major Breakout at May High - DailyFX Oil Price Outlook: Crude Surges- Bulls Eye Major Breakout at May High - DailyFX 10 Things You Buy are Getting More Expensive - AARP Commodity strategies: Gold, silver, crude, base metals - Economic Times Gas stations await relief from panic buyers while Colonial Pipeline restores service - The Washington Post Tech leads stocks higher; Crude oil declines - Mint Oil Price Outlook: Crude Surges- Bulls Eye Major Breakout at May High - DailyFX Posted: 12 May 2021 08:30 AM PDT Crude Oil Technical Forecast: WTI Weekly Trade Levels Advertisement Oil prices surged more than 4.5% off the weekly lows with the WTI threatening a major breakout at resistance into the monthly range / 2019 swing highs. We're looking for a reaction here with a breach / close above needed to keep the immediate advance viable in the days ahead. Th

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${latestItem Oil settles higher as traders eye gasoline demand and Colonial Pipeline developments - MarketWatch Crude Oil Price Forecast - Crude Oil Markets Get Hammered - FX Empire Crude Oil Price forecast - Crude Oil Markets Continue to Struggle - FX Empire Oil settles higher as traders eye gasoline demand and Colonial Pipeline developments - MarketWatch Posted: 11 May 2021 05:27 AM PDT Oil futures settled higher on Tuesday, with parts of the U.S. suffering from some fuel shortages as Colonial Pipeline works to restore the system that provides 45% of the fuel consumed on the U.S. East Coast by the end of the week. Crude prices had been seesawing between modest losses and gains during the session, pressured in part by the "realization that the pipeline won't be closed for long," said Matthew Parry, head of long-term analysis at Energy Aspects. The Colonial Pipeline system was shutdown last weekend fol

Long lines, high prices and fisticuffs: The 1970s gas shortages fueled bedlam in America - The Washington Post

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Long lines, high prices and fisticuffs: The 1970s gas shortages fueled bedlam in America - The Washington Post Long lines, high prices and fisticuffs: The 1970s gas shortages fueled bedlam in America - The Washington Post 'Great Day for America': Vaccinated Can Largely Ditch Masks - Kgab Gas stations await relief from panic buyers while Colonial Pipeline restores service - The Washington Post Gas Shortages in 1970s America Sparked Mayhem and Forever Changed the Nation - Smithsonian Magazine The Boat is Home, Summer Can Officially Now Begin! - 92moose.fm Long lines, high prices and fisticuffs: The 1970s gas shortages fueled bedlam in America - The Washington Post Posted: 13 May 2021 05:00 AM PDT Then, the "oil shocks." First, in 1973, when Arab oil exporters imposed an embargo on the United States and many of its allies in retaliation for American support of Israel during the Yom Kip

How should utility companies spend your money? A debate rages - Los Angeles Times

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How should utility companies spend your money? A debate rages - Los Angeles Times How should utility companies spend your money? A debate rages - Los Angeles Times Nuclear solution for New Mexico's economy could be key to storing Northeast's spent fuel - Carlsbad Current Argus Conservatives seize on gas crunch to blame Biden, stir base - GoDanRiver.com How should utility companies spend your money? A debate rages - Los Angeles Times Posted: 13 May 2021 06:00 AM PDT This is the May 13, 2021, edition of Boiling Point, a weekly newsletter about climate change and the environment in California and the American West. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Unless you're an energy nerd like me, you probably don't spend much time thinking about how utilities spend the money you pay them each month. You used a bunch of electricity or natural gas, and that's what you're getting charged for. Right