Monthly Archives: October 2013

REPOST: November Seasonal Trade: Oil And Gas Spread

According to this Forbes.com article, favorable patterns for the  seasonal traders appear from late October through the end of the year. One of our most successful seasonal trades has been the one we establish in November: Buying gasoline futures and … Continue reading

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REPOST: A Chevy Impala That Goes 500 Miles On A Tank? With Natural Gas, It’s Possible

According to some experts, Chevrolet Impala could be the start of something big. Find out why by reading this Joanne Muller article. Capitalizing on America’s abundant supply of clean-burning, low-cost natural gas, General Motors GM +1.48% said Wednesday it will … Continue reading

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REPOST: FERC staff: US winter gas supplies adequate

This OGJ.com article shares that the supply of natural gas is adequate as the winter of 2013-14 approaches. *** The US market for natural gas approaches the winter of 2013-14 adequately supplied, according to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff. In its winter market … Continue reading

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Will trucks shift from diesel to natural gas?

With rising gas prices and an overabundance of natural gas in the US, there is no doubt that many industries in the US will consider shifting to using natural gas for their energy needs. Will the trucking industry do the … Continue reading

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