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Navy SEAL Killed in Somalia in First U.S. Combat Death There Since 1993

The New York Times -- WASHINGTON — A member of the Navy SEALs was killed and two other American service members were wounded in a raid in Somalia on Friday, the first American combat fatality there since the 1993 “Black Hawk Down” battle.

The combat death was another milestone in the United States’ escalating involvement in a war against Islamist militants called the Shabab and showed the difficulty of fighting in the Horn of Africa country, where drought and famine have heightened chaos. (go to article)

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OPEC Runs Out of Options as Bid to Boost Oil Price Fizzles

Bloomberg -- Crude has surrendered all of its gains since the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries first agreed production cuts in November. (go to article)

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Goldman says oil prices on the brink of ‘capitulation’

MarketWatch -- After crude-oil prices took a beating over the past week, falling to their lowest level since before OPEC-led a deal to curb output in November, analysts at Goldman Sachs say crude may reaching a “capitulation” point.

In a research note dated Friday, Goldman commodity strategists, headed by Damien Courvalin and Jeff Currie, said their 2017 forecast for Brent crude oil trading on London’s ICE exchange LCON7, +2.25% to hit $50 a barrel could be in jeopardy, if the prices continue to come under pressure:Net, the faster decline in long-term oil prices than we expected this year is a clear downside risk to our spot price level forecast, even if it helps slow US production growth and achieve the inventory draws and the rotation of the forward curve into backwardation that we forecast.

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Uber faces criminal investigation over Greyball spying program

LinkWayLive -- The Short: Uber faces criminal investigation over Greyball spying program | ZDNet This web site uses cookies to improve your experience. By Charlie Osborne for Between the Lines | May 5, 2017 -- 09:02 GMT (02:02 PDT) | Topic: Tech Industry Greyball, disclosed in March by the New York Times, was a secretive system used to dance around government officials in areas where the ride-hailing service had not been approved.

The Long: This web site uses cookies to improve your experience. By Charlie Osborne for Between the Lines | May 5, 2017 -- 09:02 GMT (02:02 PDT) | Topic: Tech Industry Greyball, disclosed in March by the New York Times, was a secretive system used to dance around government officials in areas where the ride-hailing service had not been approved. Their accounts would be marked (go to article)

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OPEC, non-OPEC see need to extend supply-cut pact: Saudi governor

Reuters -- OPEC and other countries that agreed to cut crude production are converging on the need to extend the pact beyond June to help to clear a supply glut, Saudi Arabia's OPEC governor said on Friday.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and other producers agreed last year to curb production by 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) for six months from Jan. 1.

Oil prices have risen but stockpiles are still high and production from countries that have not agreed to the cut, including the United States, has been rising, keeping crude below the $60 level that OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia and others would like to see.

"There's an emerging consensus among participating countries on the need to extend the production agreement reached last year," Adeeb Al-Aama told Reuters.

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Toyota claims 'World's Fastest SUV' title

CNN -- Toyota has claimed the title of World's Fastest SUV after a Toyota Land Cruiser hit 230 miles an hour on a long runway. But don't try that with the Land Cruiser you might have parked in the driveway.

Toyota (TM) made a few changes to create the vehicle it's cleverly dubbed the Land Speed Cruiser. While the engine started out as the Land Cruiser's usual 381 horsepower 5.7-liter V8, engineers modified it by adding two big turbochargers, among other changes. Ultimately, the engine's output was multiplied more than five times to 2,000 horsepower.
The hulking SUV required other tweaks to prepare it to push through the air at over 200 miles an hour. The suspension was lowered so that the truck hugged the ground, and was also modified to allow for wider tires. (go to article)

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Hydrogen-Powered UPS Trucks Coming to California

THE DRIVE -- in collaboration with the US Department of Energy, UPS will be deploying an extended-range fuel-cell delivery truck in Sacramento, California by September of this year. It won’t strictly be a fuel-cell vehicle. This medium-duty truck will be powered by an electric motor equipped with a hydrogen range extender which will add a 125 very useful miles to the range.

They’re giving this vehicle a shot in California because of its growing network of hydrogen fueling stations in the state. With the Honda Clarity and Toyota Mirai fuel-cell cars hitting California roads, they’re seeing more demand for stations that can fuel them. In an effort to make sure they got the technology right, UPS is planning on logging 5,000 hours of service on their fuel-cell truck just in testing.

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Valero refinery power outage in California forces residents indoors

Reuters -- A power outage at a Valero Energy Corp refinery and resulting smoke on Friday forced residents to remain indoors for several hours in the San Francisco Bay city of Benicia, California.

The dense, black smoke from the Benicia refinery, as it flared off hydrocarbons it could not process normally, also caused traffic to back up on Interstate 680 and forced evacuations from the industrial park where Valero's plant is located, according to local news media reports.

By noon PDT (1900 GMT) orders to remain indoors and evacuate the industrial park had been lifted, according to the Benicia Fire Department

Valero said the 145,500 barrel-per-day refinery lost its power supply at about 6:45 a.m. PDT from Pacific Gas & Electric on Friday, forcing it to use the flare system.

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Exclusive - Saudi Arabia, U.S. in talks on billions in arms sales: U.S. sources

Reuters - MSN News -- Washington is working to push through contracts for tens of billions of dollars in arms sales to Saudi Arabia, some new, others in the pipeline, ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump's trip to the kingdom this month, people familiar with the talks told Reuters this week.

Saudi Arabia is Trump's first stop on his maiden international trip, a sign of his intent to reinforce ties with a top regional ally.

The United States has been the main supplier for most Saudi military needs, from F-15 fighter jets to command and control systems worth tens of billions of dollars in recent years. Trump has vowed to stimulate the U.S. economy by boosting manufacturing jobs.

Washington and Riyadh are eager to improve relations strained under President Barack Obama in part because of his championing of a... (go to article)

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16th Straight Build In Oil Rig Count Increases Pressure On Oil Prices

OilPrice.com -- The number of active oil and gas rigs in the United States rose by 7 on Friday, according to oilfield services provider Baker Hughes, delivering a severe blow to oil prices, which were already down to new lows for 2017.

The total oil and gas rig count in the US now stands at 877 rigs, or 462 above the count a year ago.

Oil rigs increased by 6, while gas rigs bumped up 2; a single miscellaneous rig was taken out of production.

At 12:39pm EST, WTI was trading up 1.25 percent for the day at $46.09, while Brent Crude traded up 1.07 percent at $48.90—about a $3.00 per barrel loss from last Friday. Those prices reflect almost a total reversion to the price points prior to the OPEC agreement announcement on November 30, 2016.

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Gov. Scott Walker pans increase in gas taxes for Wisconsin

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Friday rejected the heart of a GOP roads plan, saying it amounted to a net tax increase on fuel of more than $400 million over two years.

Assembly Republicans put forward the proposal Thursday to apply new taxes on fuel, cut the state's required markup on gas and dramatically scale back income taxes over the next 12 years.

In a phone interview, the GOP governor made clear he's unwilling to drop his pledge not to raise gas taxes.

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Joshua Mitchell found guilty of manslaughter in connection with fatal gas & dash attempt

CTV News - CALGARY -- The jury in the second-degree murder trial of Joshua Mitchell has found the young man guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter in connection with the death of a Calgary mom in 2015
The jury spokesperson announced the verdict through sobs while Mitchell exhibited no emotion in the prisoner's box
Maryam Rashidi Ashtiani was on her 4th shift as an attendant at the Centex gas station on 16 Ave N.W. on Jun 7, 2015 when the driver of a truck fled without paying for $113 worth of diesel
Ashtiani watched the truck drive to a nearby parking lot and decided to confront the driver, demanding payment for the fuel. The driver attempted to flee and Ashtiani jumped onto the hood, fell off and was run over. The 35-yr-old woman's injuries proved fatal.
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Trump delay stalls $50 billion of energy investment projects

World Oil -- By the time Midwesterners fire up their furnaces this fall, the $2-billion Nexus pipeline is supposed to be pumping natural gas to heat homes from frosty Ohio to frostier Ontario. But six months out, the 255-mi (410-km) pipeline exists only on paper.

Until Donald Trump fills key vacancies at an energy regulator, Nexus and other sprawling energy projects are in limbo, unable to secure permits to begin construction. For Nexus developers DTE Energy Co. and Spectra Energy Partners LP, each week that passes threatens the project’s ability to meet winter demands.

Nexus is just part of at least $50 billion worth of ventures slowed or stalled while the agency that approves them, the FERC awaits presidential appointments.

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Suddenly, Oil Below $40 a Barrel Doesn't Seem So Far-Fetched

Bloomberg -- It’s come to this for the beleaguered oil market: a big bet that prices are about to sink to their lowest level in more than a year.

About $7 million worth of options changed hands Friday that will pay off if West Texas Intermediate crude falls beneath $39 a barrel by mid-July, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. WTI, which hovered around $46 Friday, hasn’t traded below $39 since April 2016, though it’s been dropping like a stone in recent weeks.

More than 14,000 August $39 puts changed hands, almost 20 times the number of contracts previously outstanding for the bearish option.

The trade was a sign of the “crescendo of negativity" that’s washing over the oil market, said James Cordier, founder of investment firm Optionsellers.com in Tampa, Florida. (go to article)

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95% of US Car Travel Will Be Electric, Self-Driving or Shared by 2030

24/7 Wall St -- 95 percent of U.S. passenger miles traveled will be served by on-demand Autonomous Electric Vehicles (A-EVs) owned by companies providing Transport as a Service (TaaS).
A-EVs engaged in TaaS will make up 60 percent of U.S. vehicle stock.
As fewer cars travel more miles, the number of passenger vehicles on American roads will drop from 247 million in 2020 to 44 million in 2030.

Travel sharing is expected to be four to 10 times less expensive per mile than the purchase of a new car, according to the study’s forecast. The average American household will save $5,600 a year due to the transition from traditional cars to autonomous, electric and self-driving ones. Shared transportation also will address the needs of underserved parts of the population, which include the elderly, han (go to article)

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Teens, 20-somethings help process traffic wrecks

Commercial Appeal -- If you have a traffic accident in Memphis sometime in the next year or so, Christopher Kelly might investigate it. He's a freshly graduated Police Service Technician, or PST, and he's only 20.

Kelly won't carry a gun and can't arrest people. But he does have the authority to investigate minor car accidents, issue tickets and testify in court.
The city is using the recently revived PST program to free up full-fledged police officers to handle more serious incidents and as a pipeline to bring young people into its police force, said Mayor Jim Strickland.
The PST program is also a means to cut costs: PST starting pay is $12.83 per hour, or around $27,000 per year, significantly less than that of a sworn police officer - as of 2014, for instance, Memphis police pay started at about $45,000 pe (go to article)

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Oil price stabilises after earlier losses

Yahoo Finance -- Oil prices have stabilised after hitting fresh five-month lows in early trade on Friday, amid renewed concerns about a worldwide supply glut. After falling sharply on Thursday, Brent crude fell below $47 a barrel at one point, before recovering to $48.34. Prices are still around their lowest level since November, when the Opec oil producers' group agreed to cut output. Investors are worried that Opec nations will fail to rein in output further at their next meeting later this month. (go to article)

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SC Panel agrees to put 12-cent gas tax hike in compromise

Associated Press -- A legislative panel has tentatively agreed to increase South Carolina’s gas tax by 12 cents over six years to help fund road construction.

A committee trying to craft a compromise between the state House and Senate’s road-funding plans voted Friday to hike the tax by 12 cents. It was the first major decision by the committee. It essentially adopts the Senate’s version on the gas tax, without an inflation factor. House members said they could not approve letting the tax rise with inflation after six years.

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Is The U.S. Oil Patch A Value Trap?

OilPrice.com -- While the S&P 500 is up 6.49 percent, year to date (YTD), it has not brought any cheers to energy investors. Energy investors continue to see their investment bleed, as the energy sector is down 10.02 percent YTD. For the others waiting on the sidelines, the big question is whether to enter at the current levels or stay away from the energy stocks altogether.

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OPEC in driver’s seat as ‘Fast and Furious’ oil stock draw eludes

CNBC --
It was another non-event at OPEC's last meeting.
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It was another non-event at OPEC's last meeting.

Bloated global crude oil inventories are declining but not as quickly as OPEC expected, adding to pressure on the producer group to extend supply cuts, according to a CNBC poll of energy strategists, traders and economists.

Oil markets are questioning whether OPEC's current phase of production cuts totaling 1.2 million barrels a day–agreed in November, effective from January and the first since 2008–are enough to re-balance the market when U.S. producers are aggressively increasing supply and U.S. inventories remain stubbornly above five-year highs.

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Uber faces criminal investigation after evading the law with 'Greyball' tool

Guardian -- The US Department of Justice has begun a criminal investigation into Uber’s use of a software tool that helped its drivers evade local transportation regulators, two sources familiar with the situation said.

Uber has acknowledged the software, known as “Greyball”, helped it identify and circumvent government officials who were trying to clamp down on Uber in areas where its service had not yet been approved, such as Portland, Oregon.

The company prohibited the use of Greyball for this purpose shortly after the New York Times revealed its existence in March, saying the program was created to check ride requests to prevent fraud and safeguard drivers. (go to article)

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Oil's Plunge Accelerates Below $45 as U.S. Shale Confounds OPEC

Bloomberg -- Oil slid below $45 a barrel for the first time since OPEC agreed to cut output in November as U.S. shale confounds the producer group’s attempts to prop up prices.

In less than 10 minutes on Friday, futures slumped more than $1 as volume surged 14 times. They have collapsed 10.5 percent this week, sliding to the lowest since Nov. 15 -- two weeks before the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries signed a six-month deal to curb production aimed at easing a global glut. The decline is being driven by expanding U.S. output before OPEC is set to decide whether to prolong its cuts. (go to article)

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Oil prices continue slide; WTI nearing six-month low as supply glut weighs

Reuters -- Oil prices fell by as much as a further 3 percent on Friday, after prices had crashed to five-month lows in the previous session, as concerns about global oversupply wiped out all of the price gains since OPEC's move to cut output.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures were trading at $44.14 per barrel at 0335 GMT, down $1.39 or 3 percent, after a more than 4 percent drop the previous session. WTI futures have fallen below prices when the OPEC cuts were agreed in late November and are at their lowest since Nov. 14.

Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at $47.05 per barrel at 0335 GMT, down $1.33 or 2.8 percent from their last close. Brent tumbled back below $50 in the previous session and is its lowest since Jan. 14.

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There is no reason to ever build another coal plant in the United States

ThinkProgress -- For the second year in a row, wind and solar accounted for roughly two-thirds of new U.S. generating capacity, while natural gas and nuclear made up most of the rest.
That’s because right now, in much of the United States, wind and solar are the cheapest form of power available, according to a new report from investment bank Lazard.
Analysts found that new solar or wind installations are cheaper than a new coal-fired power installation just about everywhere?—?even without subsidies?—?while the cost of renewables continues to fall rapidly.
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The most-powerful American cars ever

fox news -- 1. 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: 808 hp
2. Dodge Challenger/Charger SRT Hellcat: 707 hp
3. 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: 707 hp
4. 2014 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: 662 hp
5. 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z06/Camaro ZL1: 650 hp
6. 2017 Ford GT: 647 hp

7. 2017 Dodge Viper: 645 hp
8. Cadillac CTS-V: 640 hp
9. 2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
10. 2017 Tesla Model S/X P100D
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Ford takes Volkswagen's crown as Europe’s top-selling automobile

RT -- VW Golf is no longer Europe’s best-selling car. The title now belongs to the Ford Fiesta, reports JATO, a London-based supplier of automotive business intelligence.

In March, VW sold 46,800 Golfs compared to 47,300 Fiestas sold by Ford. The third best-seller was VW’s Polo with 40,700 sold in the month.

Volkswagen lost the title for the first time in seven years. JATO names three reasons for the event, which it describes as “historical."

First, the Golf has been recently updated, which, according to JATO, is usually followed by a drop in sales.

“The company has run down the old pre-facelift range and not yet got much stock of the facelifted range, so we are in the natural lull between the two,” JATO explained.

Second, Volkswagen’s reputation was hit by the so-called dieselgate scandal. (go to article)

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Gov. Bryant mulls lottery to help fund highways

The Clarion-Ledger-AP -- Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he might ask legislators to consider creating a lottery during a special session in June.

He said Thursday he will do it only if the state chamber of commerce supports using a lottery to help pay for highways and bridges.

Transportation has been a big issue for the Mississippi Economic Council, but the group has not taken a public position about a lottery.

Bryant says he asked the state economist to determine how much money a lottery might generate. Republican Bryant spoke out for a lottery during the regular session, but not as a specified source of transportation funding.

Mississippi is one of six states without the game of chance.

House Speaker Philip Gunn opposes a lottery but created a group to study the issue.

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Tesla Didn't Earn Any Money in the First Quarter, but Here Are 8 Awesome Things We Just Discovered

The Street -- Not all was doom and gloom inside Tesla's (TSLA) first quarter earnings.

The electric car maker reported a net loss of $1.33 a share on Wednesday after the close trading, well shy of the 81 cents a share loss Wall Street expected. Total revenue clocked in at $2.7 billion, topping analyst projections for $2.62 billion.

Shares of Tesla fell 5 percent to $295.46 in trading Thursday despite the the company reiterating that it still sees deliveries of 47,000 to 50,000 in the first half.

Here is what else caught TheStreet's attention.
Tesla is still burning a lot of cash.
Tesla is pushing ahead with stores.
Talk about acquisition integration
A Elon Musk still wants to do pickup trucks. red flag presents itself.
Musk thinks Tesla could have one insane market cap.

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Plunging oil prices hurt energy firms

Los Angeles Times -- Oil prices and energy companies plunged Thursday, but other stocks didn't move much as investors waited for more signs about the state of the economy.

Household goods makers and healthcare companies rose after some solid company earnings reports. Most other parts of the market made little gains, but energy companies took sharp losses as the price of crude oil fell almost 5% — its biggest one-day loss in about two months.

“We may be seeing signs that global production is strong, and whenever markets see a decline in oil prices they worry it's actually an indication of weak demand,” said Kate Warne, an investment strategist for Edward Jones.

Warne said oil prices have slipped recently because of an accumulation of concerns about rising energy production in the U.S. and slower economic ... (go to article)

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Stocks inch lower as OIL PRICES KEEP DROPPING

Fox Business -- Oil prices stabilized in Asian trading Friday after hitting a five-month low while regional stock benchmarks headed lower in holiday-thinned trading.

KEEPING SCORE: Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index lost 0.8 percent to 24,500.70 while the Shanghai Composite index in mainland China shed 0.6 percent to 3,107.25. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 fell 0.5 percent to 5,846.80. Markets in Japan and South Korea were closed for holidays.

CRUDE CONCERNS: Oil prices found their footing after tumbling during U.S. trading on uncertainty over whether OPEC will extend an agreement to cut production to shore up prices. Member nations of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries are due to discuss the deal later this month. U.S. benchmark crude futures rose 20 cents to $45.61 a barrel in electron (go to article)

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Initiative filed to repeal California gas tax increase

The Sacramento Bee -- California’s new gas tax hike to pay for road improvements pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats could go before voters for repeal.

Travis Allen, a Republican assemblyman from Orange County, filed the proposed 2018 ballot measure to eliminate the $5.2 billion annual package to fund road improvements.

On Thursday, Allen launched a website asking for contributions of $5 to help him gather the 365,880 signatures from registered voters to place the repeal before voters.

Allen can begin to gather signatures once the state attorney general issues a title and summary for his repeal. (go to article)

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Climate of Unintended Consequences

NYT -- It seemed so obvious. Flex-fuel engines, which mix gasoline and ethanol, were advertised as the motors of the future. Brazil, with one of the most developed markets for biofuel production and consumption, was touted as a country of the future. Dramatic advances in biofuels tech, we were told, were just around the corner. And biofuels would help us gain energy independence and hence greater security from terrorism.

Wrong on pretty much every count. (go to article)

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Tesla's Earnings Report Once Again Featured Big Promises That Left Bears Unappeased

The Street -- In late February, Tesla Motors (TSLA) fell 10% in the three trading days following its fourth-quarter earnings report. Nonetheless, shares went into Wednesday afternoon's first-quarter report up 14% from where they traded prior to the Q4 print.

That's how it often goes with Tesla. Its stock is trading far less based on the EV pioneer's near-term results than on the dueling emotions of hope and fear. Hope that Tesla is on its way to becoming a mass-market EV maker cranking out a million-plus cars per year at high margins, and fear that the company won't make good on Elon Musk's very ambitious promises.

Tesla's Q1 report and earnings call may have slightly heightened the hope, given a continued dearth of specifics about the production ramp and order activity for its Model 3 sedan, which in (go to article)

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Little fanfare, but Gulf of Mexico oil still growing steadily

Reuters -- As rapid growth in U.S. shale production grabs headlines and threatens to upend attempts by OPEC to balance oil markets, a more unsung sector of the U.S. industry is also hitting new output highs - the offshore Gulf of Mexico.

While attention and investment is focused on shale, the Gulf is the among the most prolific oil source in the United States, producing more than Alaska, the West Coast and Rocky Mountains combined. The region churned out a record 1.76 million barrels per day of crude in January, trailing only Texas onshore production, which includes the growing Permian Basin.

“The business can compete with tight onshore oil any day,” said Richard Morrison, regional president for the Gulf of Mexico for BP Plc (BP.L) speaking at the annual Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, w (go to article)

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The evidence for man-made climate change is so flimsy that you might just as well believe in magic

American's Bulletin -- Richard Lindzen, Alfred P Sloan Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Emeritus at Massachussetts Institute of Technology, has long expressed doubts about the “science” behind anthropogenic global warming theory. (h/t Paul Homewood)

Now, in probably his most comprehensive and devastating assault yet on the Climate Industrial Complex, Lindzen shreds every one of the fake-science arguments used by the environmentalists to justify their hugely expensive “global warming” scare story.

The 97% meme

This is a fabrication designed to make idiots feel like experts. (go to article)

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Here’s What Oil Did Today and Over the Past Three Weeks

WolfStreet.com -- It’s ugly. With a long list of culprits.

The price of oil plunged nearly 5% today. West Texas intermediate is now at $45.41, down $2.41 per barrel. It has been a wild ride since April 12, when it still traded at $53 and the industry was talking about $60. Over the past three weeks, it has plunged 15%. It is now at the lowest level since November 30, when OPEC agreed to cut production.

Today, the price simply crashed through the technical support levels of just above $47 a barrel, without even taking a breath, which is not a propitious sign.

There are a slew of culprits for the plunge…

Nothing goes to heck in a straight line. But with the resurging drilling boom in the US, and the big money flooding into it, there are not a whole lot of reasons out there to be bullish about the price of (go to article)

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#Carmageddon Not Yet, But Hot Air Hisses out of Auto Bubble

WolfStreet.com -- Despite record incentives, sales decline speeds up, inventory bloat spreads to zombie malls.

Most industry gurus were once again too optimistic with their dreary forecasts for new vehicle sales in the US. Kelley Blue Book had figured they’d drop 3.1% in April year-over-year to 1.45 million units. Forecasts in terms of the seasonally-adjusted annual rate of sales – a key industry metric – ranged from 16.9 million SAAR at Baum & Associates and at Goldman Sachs to 17.5 million SAAR at LMC Automotive. The analyst average forecast was 17.1 million SAAR, down 0.35% year-over-year.

But customers were under sticker shock, and were hobbled by other issues, and what the industry produced was this: (go to article)

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The World Is Buying American Diesel as Fast as Refiners Can Make It

Bloomberg -- The international market has a message for American refiners: Stay calm and keep turning crude into diesel.

While a global glut has pushed crude prices down to five-month lows, manufacturers of middle distillates can’t make enough to satisfy demand. A combination of seasonal events is giving refiners on both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts a chance to boost exports to Europe and South America.

“Everybody is freaking out about high refinery rates” in the U.S., said Robert Campbell, head of oil products research for Energy Aspects in New York, as plants in the U.S. processed record levels of crude into refined products last month. Domestic demand for gasoline may be slipping in the U.S., but there’s no reason to panic when it comes to distillate.

Argentine diesel demand peaks in the second q (go to article)

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New U.S. Transportation Secretary Doesn't Seem To Know Anything About Autonomous Cars

Jalopnik -- The new U.S. Transportation Secretary who is concerned about the comfort level citizens have toward autonomous cars, talking about self-driving cars this week: “We have now self-driving cars. We have level-two self-driving cars. They can drive on the highway, follow the white lines on the highway, and there’s really no need for any person to be seated and controlling any of the instruments.” Come again? (go to article)

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Gas prices take an unexpected drop Refinery output is through the roof

Consumer Affairs com -- Gasoline prices, which normally rise from the end of winter through Memorial Day, have gone down over the last few days, handing motorists an unexpected gift for this time of year.

The national average price of self-serve regular is $2.36 a gallon, down four cents in the last week, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Survey. The national average price of premium gas is down two cents, to $2.89.

"I'm surprised by the price drop, but we've been really good at pumping oil and producing gasoline lately," Dan McTeague, senior petroleum analyst at Gasbuddy, told ConsumerAffairs. "The latest figures show refineries have been processing 17 million barrels of oil a day, that's more than at any other time, in any season."

McTeague credits that refinery production, along with the recent drop in crude (go to article)

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Oil Prices Crash To Pre-OPEC Deal Levels

Oil Price com -- By Tsvetana Paraskova
May 04, 2017, 10:46 AM CDT
Oil prices dropped on Thursday to their lowest level since last November, with Brent breaking below $50, amid concerns of rising global supply and still high inventories.

At 11:22am EDT, WTI Crude was trading down 2.82 percent at $46.47, while Brent was down 2.62 percent at $49.46 -- with both WTI and Brent having effectively wiped out all the price gains since OPEC announced on 30 November 2016 the output cut deal aimed at reducing oversupply and propping up prices.

On Wednesday, a day after the American Petroleum Institute (API) injected a bit of optimism among traders by reporting a crude oil inventory draw of 4.2 million barrels, the EIA once again poured cold water on the oil bulls by reporting a much smaller decline, of 900,000 barre (go to article)

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Crude oil prices lose grip on psychological barrier of $50 per barrel

UPI - Energy News -- May 4 (UPI) -- Oil prices lost ground early Thursday as strong U.S. labor figures weren't enough offset production gains and slower declines in U.S. crude oil inventories.

Crude oil prices fluctuated between gains and losses for most of the session Wednesday following an official report on supply and demand metrics from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Government data show crude oil inventories declined by 930,000 barrels for the week ending April 28 and gasoline stockpiles increased by 191,000 barrels, both moving far less in their respective directions than expected.

A glut of crude oil on the market helped push crude oil prices to historic lows last year, but the modest recovery has led to plans of expansion for major oil companies.

Continental Resources, one of the larges (go to article)

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Tesla says it's still on track to build the Model 3 in July

Engadget -- As customers holding pre-orders wait for the Model 3 to arrive, Tesla says everything is proceeding according to plan. In today's Q1 earning report (PDF), the company announced it's still on track to start production in July, and will be able to build up to 5,000 of the cars per week this year, with plans to scale production up to 10,000 per week next year. To service all those EVs (plus the ones already on the road, some of which will soon start to outlive their manufacturer warranties), it's massively expanding that department.

Over 100 new "retail, delivery and service locations" will open around the world this year, as well as the first Tesla-owned body shops. It's also bumping up the number of mobile repair trucks by over 100 in Q2, and claims it has reduced repair times by 35 percen (go to article)

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Oil prices just fell below $47 a barrel; Now at a five-month low

CNBC -- Oil fell to its lowest since late November on Thursday, as concern over rising global supply and stubbornly high inventories effectively wiped out most of the gains made since OPEC announced its first supply cut in eight years.

Brent crude oil futures were down $1.19, or 2.3 percent, at $49.60 a barrel by 9:39 a.m. (1339 GMT), also striking a new low going back to Nov. 30.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were down $1.25, or 2.6 percent, at $46.57 a barrel, dropping below the previous 2017 low to the weakest level since Nov. 30.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, together with major rivals such as Russia and Oman, announced on Nov. 30 that they would cut oil output for the first six months of this year to eat into a vast global overhang of unused crud (go to article)

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Do Saudi Arabia And Russia Really Want Higher Oil Prices?

OilPrice.com -- The jawboning of oil prices by the Saudi Arabian/Russian tag team should be wearing off after more than a year of actions that don't measure up to the words. Oil prices slumped recently, dropping from around $54 per barrel to just below $50 as of Friday's close.

As if on cue, the Russian energy minister announced Friday that Russia has now met its target of reducing oil production by 300,000 barrels per day. It took four months to do something that should have taken just weeks. (The agreement came into force on January 1.) And, of course, we'll have to see if the Russians have actually done what they say they've done. (go to article)

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Royal Dutch Shell sees profits jump as oil price rises

BBC News -- The Anglo-Dutch giant said profits on a current cost of supply measure (CCS) - which strips out price fluctuations - jumped to $3.4bn (£2.6bn) from $1bn last year.

A 55% rise in oil prices in the first quarter of 2017 compared with a year earlier was the main driver of profits.

Excluding one-off items, profits on the CCS measure were $3.86bn, up 136%.

Shell joins rivals BP, Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Total in reporting better-than-expected results. (go to article)

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Oil eases, near weakest since late March on small U.S. stocks decline

Reuters -- Crude oil lost ground on Thursday, falling for a third out of four sessions and trading near its lowest since late March after data showed a lower than expected decline in U.S. inventories.

U.S. crude stockpiles fell less than expected last week, while gasoline inventories grew as demand remained weak, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday, keeping concerns about global supply on a simmer. (go to article)

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Kuwait Sees $80 Oil By 2020

Oil Price -- A number of oil executives, analysts, and international agencies have been warning that the oil price crash and resulting slashed investments across the board would lead to a much tighter oil market within the next 4-5 years.

Now the head of Kuwait’s national oil company Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) is joining the ranks of those warning that by 2020, oil demand will be ‘enormous’ as the low global investments we’ve seen since 2014 begin to catch up with supply.

Nizar Al-Adsani, chief executive at KPC, expects ‘enormous demand’ for crude oil in 2019 and 2020, with oil prices likely in the US$70-80 range per barrel, the manager said at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, as quoted by Rigzone.

Al-Adsani reckons that “it’s a given” that we won’t see oil at US$100 per barrel (go to article)

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Oil Rigs Up 107 Percent

Concho Valley -- ODESSA, Tx - Baker Hughes research shows a large increase in rigs.

A total of 870 rigs are currently active in the United States. That's 450 more then this time last year.

"People are optimistic. Oil companies are saying 'hey we can live with this price lets go drill a few wells right now'," says Kirk Edwards, President of Latigo Petroleum.

Research done by Baker Hughes shows the United States has 107% more rigs this year than last year.

"Last year we were literally at, gosh, thirty dollars a barrel for oil and gas. Natural gas was in the dollar seventy-five range. We are back up to close to fifty now," says Edwards.

With these numbers steadily rising, many wonder if the Permian Basin is primed for another boom.

"We are seeing an uptick from where we were a year ago which is really (go to article)

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The Inconvenient Truth About Electric Vehicles

Oil Price -- An electric automobile will convert 5-10 percent of the energy in natural gas into motion. A normal vehicle will convert 20-30 percent of the energy in gasoline into motion. That's 3 or 4 times more energy recovered with an internal combustion vehicle than an electric vehicle.

Electricity is a specialty product. It's not appropriate for transportation. It looks cheap at this time, but that's because it was designed for toasters, not transportation. Increase the amount of wiring and infrastructure by a factor of a thousand, and it's expensive.

Electricity does not scale up properly to the transportation industry due to its miniscule nature. Sure, a whole lot can be used for something, but at extraordinary expense.Using electricity as an energy source requires two energy transformati (go to article)

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Interior official champions offshore drilling access

Fuel Fix -- The Department of the Interior intends to have more of a say in the creation of marine sanctuaries and other federal protections that place underwater drilling off limits for oil companies, said Kate MacGregor, the new assistant secretary for land and minerals management.

Donald Trump’s administration has already taken steps to open up offshore drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic. On Wednesday, MacGregor said she hopes the department will ease the onslaught of regulations placed on the industry during the Obama administration.

“We are looking for a more positive experience here,” MacGregor said.

MacGregor spoke Wednesday morning at the Offshore Technology Conference at NRG Park, where thousands of oil and gas professionals have gathering for the industry’s yearly summit. MacGregor’s (go to article)

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