Robert Rapier

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04/25/2015 Robin Griffiths: Potential Second Half Breakout, But US Markets Moving... Technician, Newshour
04/16/2015 Crude Prices Surge as the Pieces Fall Into Place Article
03/26/2015 Crude Oil Inventories Should Peak Soon Article
03/21/2015 Technician Louise Yamada: Breakouts in Small and Mid-Cap Stocks a Good Sign Technician, Newshour
03/12/2015 Is the U.S. Running Out of Crude Oil Storage? Article
03/05/2015 Washington Post: President Obama Is Lying About the Keystone Pipeline Article
02/18/2015 The Growing Risk of Transporting Crude Oil by Rail Article
02/18/2015 Robert Rapier on Oil Bottom, Economic Impacts, and 2015 Energy Predictions Insider, Newshour
02/06/2015 Oil Prices: Dead Cat Bounce or Have We Passed the Bottom? Article
01/22/2015 Why $50 Oil Won’t Last Article
12/31/2014 Top 10 Energy Stories of 2014 Article
10/15/2014 Saudi Arabia Still Calling the Shots Article
10/10/2014 The Bell Tolls for KiOR Article
10/01/2014 U.S. Crude Oil Exports Headed to South Korea Article
08/29/2014 U.S. Dominates Globe in Biofuel Production Article
08/14/2014 Why Natural Gas Prices Collapsed Article
07/31/2014 King Coal Deposed in West, but Reigns in East Article
07/24/2014 The U.S. and Russia Are Gas Giants Article
07/10/2014 World Sets New Oil Production and Consumption Records Article
06/24/2014 U.S. Oil Dependence Moves From OPEC to Canada Article
05/01/2014 Keystone XL’s Emissions Versus Coal-Fired Power Article
04/15/2014 How Do You Justify Consuming ExxonMobil’s Oil? Article
04/09/2014 Robert Rapier: Natural Gas – The Next Big Thing Newshour, Guest Expert
02/27/2014 Natural Gas Inventories Are Headed Toward Zero Article
01/22/2014 Robert Rapier: Five Energy Predictions for 2014 Newshour, Guest Expert
01/21/2014 My 2014 Energy Predictions Article
01/09/2014 My Cleantech Interview on 60 Minutes: The Rest of the Story Article
12/17/2013 How Bitumen Gets to Market Article
10/24/2013 The Lasting Impact of the 1973 Oil Embargo Article
10/09/2013 Why Gasoline Prices Are Falling Article

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