Posts Tagged ‘EIA’

The 10% ethanol blendwall is once again looming

Don’t look now, but the ethanol blendwall is back.

That 10% cap of how much ethanol can be blended into the US gasoline pool was a fiery issue in the Big Oil vs. Big Farm battle in 2013.

And believe it or not, the number has quietly but quickly crept back up into dangerous territory.

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EIA analysis: US oil stocks rise, Canadian imports set record

US crude, gasoline and distillate stocks rose across the board last week, according to US Energy Information Administration oil data released Wednesday. Canadian crude imports increased 494,000 b/d to 3.25 million b/d, setting a weekly record high.

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EIA analysis: US crude stocks show unexpected draw

US crude oil, gasoline and distillate inventories fell across the board last week. Run rates last week fell to lows not seen since the beginning of the summer.

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Takeoff, eh? At time of need, New York jet fuel heads to Canada

New York jet fuel prices spiked from mid-July through August, and new data gives more insight why. Blame Canada.

Canada may be sending everything from comedians and crude into the US. But in July, it took in a good bit of US jet fuel, mostly out of New York.

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EIA analysis: big draw in crude oil stocks

US crude oil stocks took an unexpected downturn last week. You can see our analysis of the latest Energy Information Administration inventory report here.

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EIA analysis: US crude oil stocks increase

The US West Coast was the main driver of the crude oil stock increase this week, partly due to a decrease in refinery runs, which fell 82,000 barrels per day to 2.37 million b/d.

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EIA oil analysis: overall small changes, bigger changes underneath

The overall change in US crude oil inventories was relatively small last week, according to the EIA data released today. But there were some bigger regional shifts underneath those total numbers. You can read our analysis here.

EIA analysis: Gulf Coast refineries are cranking it out

US Gulf Coast refineries operated at a record rate last week, according to the Energy Information Administration. You can see our analysis of the latest numbers here.

EIA analysis: a big decline in gasoline inventories

This week’s EIA oil inventory data recorded a big drop in US gasoline inventories for last week. You can see our analysis of the numbers here.

Energy politics can be tough on Massachusetts politicians

Practicing politics in Massachusetts must be like steering a ship toward a safe harbor while running away from a hurricane. Certainly Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, who is being battered by environmentalists, must feel that way.

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