Recent changes to EPA rules for gasoline and diesel quality standards have left some fuel marketers confused. Our latest blog breaks down the changes and the reasons behind them to help you improve your understanding.
Earnings season in oil and gas has begun, and expectations are much different from what they were just three months ago.
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Getting started in fuel buying can feel daunting. Unlike traditional stock market investments that can be bought and held for months or years as their values fluctuate, fuel is a physical product the value of which resides in its immediate availability; it cannot be stored for long. Its value can change by the minute, due to the wide range of market forces that affect supply and demand.
A potential turn in this consensus macro outlook that called for a weakening U.S. dollar has wide-ranging impacts across commodities and financial asset classes, and particularly for crude oil which is highly inversely correlated to the U.S. dollar.
Looking at where, when and how refined fuels demand changed in 2020 gives us indicators of what to expect in 2021. Read our blog post for the full analysis.
Crude prices are down to start the week as the market continues to question whether a firmly bullish start to the year can be maintained long-term.