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Energy Market Insights From The King Operating Research Team

“It could get very ugly unless we act quickly,” Snam CEO says Green push has meant years of underinvestment in fossil fuels

This was the by-line in the Bloomberg article “Europe Faces Bleak Winter Energy Crisis Years in the Making”  posted September 18, 2021. How did Europe get to the power crisis that “Just” appeared?  Well, is it the lack of capital being put back into oil and gas, or shutting down all nuclear power programs?  Or

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“It could get very ugly unless we act quickly,” Snam CEO says Green push has meant years of underinvestment in fossil fuels

Here are three reasons why the natural gas prices could still double from here.

It has been a shift in commodity matrices like never before, where supply and demand are still critical, but not the only factors.  Geopolitical, natural gas hunger, low supplies in Europe and Asia, and no available capital for world  E&P activities are three key reasons that we may see that natural gas prices could double

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Here are three reasons why the natural gas prices could still double from here.

What Does The Widow Maker And The Golden Cross Mean For Natural Gas?

There are some things in life that are industry standards, inevitable outcomes, and expectations. Death, inflation, taxes, aches, pains, moving to renewable energy, rewards, and gains are all inevitable outcomes and expectations.  The “Widow Maker” and the “Golden Cross” are based upon financial charts and indices in the market. A natural gas trade known as

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What Does The Widow Maker And The Golden Cross Mean For Natural Gas?

U.K. Power Supply Crunch Causing Soaring Prices – Looking To Nat Gas To Help

Natural gas has become more important to Europe and the United States in several ways.  1: Europe has to rely on natural gas to supply the power grids lack of resiliency of the renewable power attached to their grids. Again, this is not the whether or not we go “Greener” it is 100% how we

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U.K. Power Supply Crunch Causing Soaring Prices – Looking To Nat Gas To Help

The Third Golden Cross for Oil Could Be The 50% Rally – Hurricane Ida’s The Perfect Storm Topper

We have been extremely bullish on oil and gas based upon the numbers from the King Operating research team.  On Friday, August 27th, Charles Kennedy from Oil Price.com posted: “Crude oil has seen what’s called a golden cross on its weekly chart,” Matt Maley, Equity Strategist at Miller Tabak, told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” program.  The

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The Third Golden Cross for Oil Could Be The 50% Rally – Hurricane Ida’s The Perfect Storm Topper

Insurers Can Afford to Drop Oil and Gas—But Many Won’t – Money talks over “Greener” commitments

One way to shut down the oil and gas industry is to make it impossible to buy insurance. To date only Societe General Generale SA. Australia’s Suncorp has stepped up to the will not insure the oil and gas projects.  In the finance section of Bloomberg published on August 25th the following: “A new analysis

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Insurers Can Afford to Drop Oil and Gas—But Many Won’t – Money talks over “Greener” commitments

Oil Field Service Companies See Light At The End Of The Tunnel In Oil Markets

When we look at projections and forecasting models there are different market indicators that really get our attention. One of those is budgets for the larger public Oil Field Service Companies (OFS).  There is a general consensus in the market that budgets are starting to be created in a positive light. When the larger companies

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Oil Field Service Companies See Light At The End Of The Tunnel In Oil Markets

What does Germany and California have in common? Both are firing back up oil and gas electricity plants

For sake of having a peaceful discussion, let’s set the climate change question on the side.  Germany and California have been long-time examples of the progressive definition of what an energy model should look, and act like. Both have set records with putting in renewable wind, solar and reducing their dependency on fossil fuels. While

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What does Germany and California have in common? Both are firing back up oil and gas electricity plants