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Refiners and Crude Prices Can’t Escape Diesel Backlog as Seasonal Gasoline Demand Weakness Approaches
DTN Market Analyst Troy Vincent explains how global physical crude’s warning signs could signal softening demand and why market fundamentals will win out over the long term.Read More
Learn why DTN Market Insights Director Dominick Chirichella says stabilizing oil rigs could signal a change in the markets — and what factors may stand in the way.Read More
Milne manages the US editorial content, spot oil product price discovery activity and cash market analysis for DTN’s MarketWire . Milne has more than 20 years experience in the energy industry as an analyst, journalist and editor, serving as Managing Editor for Btu publications and journalist with Bridge Information Systems America before joining DTN in 1999. His industry and market focus have included natural gas, electricity during its move to deregulated markets in the late 1990s, the downstream petroleum industry, ethanol and biodiesel. Milne graduated Magna Cum Laude from Monmouth University in New Jersey with a B.A. in History and an Interdisciplinary in Political Science.
Dominick A. Chirichella
Dominick A. Chirichella is the Director of Market Insights at DTN. He has 50 years of experience in all facets of the energy trading industry. He is one of the founding partners of the Energy Management Institute. From the New York Mercantile Exchange to DTN, Dom has provided higher education and training to the global trading & risk management community. Dominick is the author of the Daily Energy Market Analysis newsletter published by DTN and oversees its Marketwire group.
Troy Vincent is a market analyst at DTN. He’s been in the economic research and energy risk management industry for nearly a decade, from large multinationals like Schneider Electric and Ingersoll Rand to innovative technology startups like ClipperData. Troy specializes in crude oil and refined products, and has a thorough understanding of economics and monetary policy, which gives his readers a deeper understanding of market moves and indicators than basic supply and demand levels.