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Venezuelan crude oil production falls to lowest level since January 2003May 20, 2019
Our ClipperData was published in the EIA's May 2019 Short-Term Energy Outlook.
Soybeans suffer 1-2 punch from trade fight and a disease that’s ravaging China’s swine herdMay 15, 2019
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently warned that African Swine Fever will soon be a “game-changer” for the commodity.
Grains see glut as farmers await trade war resolution: ClipperDataMay 14, 2019
Ken Smithmier, director of research and agricultural markets at ClipperData, discusses the difficult time farmers are having as they make planting decisions amid an ongoing trade war.
Saudis flag pipeline interruption, tanker damageMay 14, 2019
A flurry of concerning reports from the Gulf have contributed to ratcheting tensions in the narrow waterway
Even In Texas, Renewable Energy Comes On StrongMay 13, 2019
As the use of coal declines in the U.S. and abroad, more and more energy upstarts in Texas are harnessing wind and solar power.
Summer Energy OutlookMay 13, 2019
ClipperData Director of Commodity Research, Matt Smith, discusses the Summer Energy Outlook for 2019.
Futures: 5/13/2019May 13, 2019
Ken Smithmier Discusses Why Soybeans, Corn And Wheat Drop Post WASDE Report.
Sanctions contre l’Iran : le parrain chinois aux abonnés absentsMay 09, 2019
La presse iranienne s’interroge sur Pékin, qui affirme sa volonté de résister à la pression américaine, mais se désengage peu à peu.
Les moyens de contournement des sanctions américaines se réduisent pour TéhéranMay 02, 2019
Le régime iranien compte sur la Chine et l’Inde pour continuer à écouler son pétrole, mais les quantités se réduisent, alors que l’économie se dégrade.
U.S. crude stocks soar 9.9 million barrels to highest since Sept 2017: EIAMay 01, 2019
U.S. crude stockpiles, including Gulf Coast inventories, rose last week to their highest since September 2017 as production set a new record high, imports rose while refining rates fell, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday.