Sunday History

By Paul Sankey Published on October 16, 2022 at 3:20 PM

Yo, Noted, French refining strike seems to be drawing to a close, with ExxonMobil’s Fos returning to normal. Continued issues with the most extreme of the unions, the CGT, for TotalEnergies. Around 30% of French gas stations reported short of product. We perceive the refining workers strike in Iran to be a domestic issue – for now. History of the Iranian Revolution was driven by strikes by Iranian oil workers. The 1979 Iran revolution directly […]

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Sunday Primrose Hill

By Paul Sankey Published on October 9, 2022 at 5:28 PM

Greetings from London Town, The Giants and Packers fans were out in numbers around the West End – I can’t believe the Giants won! My daughter Honor is the expert – her line was that the Giants might be the best-coached team in football. She is deeply cynical about the team, so, powerful words. By the way her life ambition is to be a CEO, and a Giants Season ticket holder. Meanwhile in the pub […]

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Morning Strudel

By Paul Sankey Published on October 6, 2022 at 7:47 AM

Russia Deputy Prime Minister OPEC exit interview – not exuding joy Oil market chat Vienna ~ If you want to know where you are in the mega-theme of “The End of the Oil Age”, well, years ago I postulated that, at the end of the oil age, OPEC will get into a market share war, a desperate bid to produce oil as fast as possible, as the world shifts to alternate fuels, and oil in […]

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