Monthly Archives: November 2015

Requiem for Keystone

We knew it was doomed. Long ago. And while some may dream of phoenixes rising from the ashes sometime after the next US election, its time has passed. The surge in production of light, tight crude due to fracking, and the behavior of OPEC in keeping production up to depress prices has cut the attractiveness … Continue reading »

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