Published on Tuesday, April 30 2019
Authors: Robert Auers and John Auers

As the struggle to build much-needed pipeline capacity from Alberta proceeds, further delays continue on both of the two largest proposed projects out of the region – Transmountain (TMX) and Keystone XL (KXL).   TMX, which would provide 590 MBPD of additional capacity to the Vancouver area on the Pacific Coast,…

Published on Monday, February 11 2019
Authors: Sam Davis and Guillermo Suarez

Mexico’s refining system has been on a steady decline for the past decade as poor maintenance and reliability have hampered refineries and reduced domestic production of fuels. The country’s logistics network faces serious bottlenecks as the existing infrastructure, built by Pemex over seven decades ago, is geographically limited; however, the…

Published on Monday, January 28 2019
Authors: Markus Auers and Beth Hilbourn

While the U.S. federal government shutdown consumed much of the headlines over the last several weeks, it does not mean that changes haven’t been brewing in Washington D.C.  In fact, the Trump Administration continues to make a variety of moves, including some which will have important impacts on the petroleum…

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