Looking for Kilos

By Paul Sankey Published on January 9, 2022 at 3:31 PM

Yesterday I took on re-modelling the oil market according to the new world order: OPEC+. But I also spoke to a top hedge fund portfolio manager, US mega-player, who is based in Singapore for a couple of months. He made the following points: Strong Singapore economy with staff shortages – he waited an hour for a coffee the other day China cutting back on energy intensity. Brain drain from Hong Kong. Massive capex cycle starting […]

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Sunday Boxing

By Paul Sankey Published on December 26, 2021 at 1:43 PM

Happy Boxing Day, The name Boxing Day being for boxes given to servants for their big day off: 26th December. My servants are all off, so here I am. So; we start the year with Refining conference, we continue to watch Washington which has to get some legislation done; it may not, as the split in the Democrat Party might almost be terminal. The Progressive vs Moderate split goes to the heart of the current […]

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Renewables, RFS, RVOs, RINs & Refiners

By Paul Sankey Published on December 18, 2021 at 1:13 PM

Of the many fine analysts I have had the privilege to know over the years, Greg Bordelon is clearly in the pantheon. A true oil guy, son of a Mobil Oil man, he graduated in 2000 from Tulane, cut his teeth at Exxon, and moved on to finance at FBR Capital Markets and Millennium, and before spending many years as an oil long-short portfolio manager for Citadel, subsequently running his own firm. I extend deep […]

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