Oil Industry News (03/15/2023)

March 15, 2023 [00:00:00.490] – Kurt MireToday is March 15, 2023. Let’s review some oil industry news. In the United States. West Texas Intermediate Oil is selling for $68.60 a barrel. It’s down significantly from yesterday. US. Natural gas is $2.47 per mmb. Two, it’s down slightly, but over the last few months, it’s downContinue reading “Oil Industry News (03/15/2023)”

US Ski Team Advocates

This past February at the Skiing World Championships in France the US Ski Team wore cool looking, state of the art, literally art, blue and white racing suits with the images of ice chucks floating in the ocean. The suit was designed jointly by the non-profit organization, Protect Our Winters (POW), which advocates for systemicContinue reading “US Ski Team Advocates”

Energy Expert

Today I decided to do something different and write about the creator of the Energy Talking Points (EnergyTalkingPoint.com), the 43-year-old American Duke University graduate and author, Alex Epstein (alexepstein.com). He advocates for the expansion of fossil fuels. The Energy Talking Points website is informative, fact based, and discusses the current energy policy and energy freedomContinue reading “Energy Expert”

Oil and Gas Independence

As of February 6th, the average regular gasoline price at the pump in the US is $3.470/gallon. The highest price is in Hawaii at $4.907/gallon and the lowest is in Texas at $3.086/gallon*. Prices change daily. Prices at the pump were three cents lower than the week before; however, 18 cents more than a monthContinue reading “Oil and Gas Independence”

Mid-Life Crisis?

The leaders creating the Energy Policy of the UK and the US may be having a mid-life crisis. Two traits of a mid-life crisis are: do not know what you want and life doesn’t make sense. Lets talk about President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. They both reside over their country’s energy policies.Continue reading “Mid-Life Crisis?”

California vs Texas

Two great states in their own right, but that is where their similarities end. These two states are total opposites. California prides itself on being environmentally friendly, a green state, and a not in my backyard mentality. Sorry it is what it is. Over half a million EVs are registered in the state of California;Continue reading “California vs Texas”

Attacks on Natural Gas

Rumors are flying! Natural gas is being targeted by the federal government and environmentalists. Rumors are circulating about a federal ban on gas stoves. Consumer Product Safety (CPS) Commissioner Richard Trumka Jr told Bloomberg: “This is a hidden hazard. Any option is on the table. Products that can’t be made safe can be banned.”  AContinue reading “Attacks on Natural Gas”

90 Percent Break Through

What do you think of when I say 90 percent?  An ‘A’ in a class?  A bargain retail sale?  Perhaps a math problem?  Sadly, the 90 percent I’m referring to isn’t indicative of something positive.  Quite the contrary. I’m referring to a recent study by researchers at the University of Leeds finding Americans must decreaseContinue reading “90 Percent Break Through”

The Abominable Snowman

Winter officially begun December 21; however, mother nature did not wait for this day. She had already wreaked havoc across the world, especially in Europe and the US. Europe, unlike the United States, depends solely on imported energy. A harsh arctic blast caused holidays lights to be dimmed, decreasing the number of holiday shoppers, hurtingContinue reading “The Abominable Snowman”