Posts Tagged: India


The Master Resource Report  2013-04-19 Why you shouldn’t predict price Below is a video of a recent CNBC interview with a floor trader in natural gas. [March 28, 2013] Speaking of price predictions here is one for oil just reported by Upstream from an LNG conference in Houston. Since most LNG contracts are indexed to… Read more »


The Master Resource Report  2012-05-04 So should I buy a refinery too? NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Delta Air Lines announced plans Monday to purchase an oil refinery outside of Philadelphia, a novel approach to reducing its fuel costs. If it is a good idea for Delta would it be a good idea for me? Consider… Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2012-03-02 Oil imports are down to only 44.8% “Imports as a share of US oil consumption dropped to 44.8 per cent, the lowest proportion since 1995, down from a peak of 60.3 per cent in 2005.” That sure makes it sound like the U.S. is now over half way to that… Read more »


The Master Resource Report  2011-06-03 More on speculators and oil prices.    (page 1 )  Airline fuel costs.    (page 1 ) Is nuclear power really dead?   (page 3 ) China and Vietnam – tension over oil.   (page 3 ) Pedal power.   (page 4 ) Plastic packaging and Peak Oil – Really…! The New York Times had… Read more »