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ODAC News - June 27

The Oil Depletion Analysis Centre
Energy news -- now in a more convenient format.
(27 June 2007)


Energy News Roundup from Canada

Stoneleigh, The Oil Drum: Canada
News headlines with a Canadian slant.
(26 June 2007)


This Week in Petroleum +

Nate Hagens, The Oil Drum
This weeks TWIP report, API and DOE crude and crude product reports came out this morning. After being down in the premarket, gasoline traded up 2.5 cents, crude was up over $1 (WTI) and heating oil (distillate) was up 4 cents. TWIP, graphs and analysis below the fold. Also in case the swelling queue doesnt permit, Jerome a Paris wrote an article about comments made by chief IEA economist Fatih Birol stating that without Iraqi oil we are in "big trouble by 2015".
(27 June 2007)

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