The Pain at the Pump Continues as Gas Prices Soar.

The price of gas and diesel has reached an all-time high today. According to AAA, the national average for regular unleaded is $4.91 a gallon, and $5.68 a gallon for diesel. Over the past week, the national average price of regular unleaded has increased 29 cents a gallon, and the national average of diesel has […]

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Will There Be a Relief in Diesel Prices?

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) just released that the U.S. national average diesel price at the pump is $5.623/gallon. Is there any relief in sight? Let’s digest some data and assess. The Department of Energy’s (DOE) petroleum report revealed last week that U.S. distillate inventories are at their lowest level in 30 years; 104.9 million […]

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Fuel Efficiency in the Age of Historic Fuel Costs

A quick look at any truck stop’s signage this year will reveal some eye-popping numbers; U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) figures for March 2022  peg the average cost of gasoline at $4.22/gallon. Diesel fuel comes in almost a full dollar higher at $5.11/gallon. Price pressure has abated since then, but only slightly. According to the […]

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Two Essential Commodity Charts to Watch

Fuel Logistics and Charts provided by Guttman Energy

We’re now 13 days into the Russia-Ukraine conflict, and neither side shows signs of abating. Following this lead, neither do commodity charts. Two charts encapsulate the unprecedented of this conflict and will be contributing to the stagflation environment we are heading toward or already in. Let’s dive in.

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Bio Benefits

Distillates play a significant role in our economy, but they also drive conversations around emission reduction.   Recently, there has been an undeniable discussion to alter our carbon footprint for the sake of global health.   How can we bridge a century+ gap and still maintain peak efficiency while supporting our local economy? Biodiesel is a step […]

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Refined Products Rally

The oil patch is rallying today being led by refined products. This is due to the fact that Hurricane Sally has left a trail of “catastrophic” rainfall in Alabama earlier this week and is now barreling through the Carolinas and is hindering supply at petroleum terminals.

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Market Drop

The most recent WTI drop of 2.9% is the largest in a month. Supply versus demand continues to be a curious topic that is the main driver of the current crude oil situation.   Oversupply of crude oil in 2020 continues as just in the past few days in the North Sea there are a combined […]

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