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Oil Price Apocalypse? Not so much a Calamity



Roll back the clock five years ago with huge fires in Alberta, Canada, militant attacks in Nigeria, export stoppages in Libya, social unrest in Venezuela, and oil-worker strikes in Kuwait, and this all would certainly presage a sharp spike in gas prices at the pump for U.S. consumers. Indeed, the…

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With Oil Prices Range Bound, E&P Security Selection is Paramount



The beginning of 2015 saw oil prices in free fall as West Texas Intermediate crude fell from over $100 per barrel in mid-2014 to the low $40’s by mid-January 2015. However, since the beginning of this year, oil prices have rebounded and the energy sector has performed well overall. What does that…

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