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Jeffrey Kerr

Shale oil pioneer Continental hires veteran trader Kinnear

May 25 2012

NEW YORK Pioneering shale oil producer Continental Resources Inc has hired veteran oil trader Kirk Kinnear in an effort to claim a share of the bumper profits that have emerged from an unprecedented arbitrage in domestic crude markets.

Analysis: Delta deal raises ghosts that haunt refinery profits

May 03 2012

NEW YORK Delta Air Lines' extraordinary deal to rescue a Philadelphia-area refinery just weeks from being shuttered may give the unusual coterie of suitors eyeing Atlantic Basin plants a harsh lesson in the cyclical nature of the business.

Analysis - Delta deal raises ghosts that haunt refinery profits

May 03 2012

NEW YORK Delta Air Lines' extraordinary deal to rescue a Philadelphia-area refinery just weeks from being shuttered may give the unusual coterie of suitors eyeing Atlantic Basin plants a harsh lesson in the cyclical nature of the business.

Wall Street's new oil bull, Credit Suisse sees 2013 surge

Apr 13 2012

Credit Suisse has boosted its 2013 forecast for Brent crude to levels just $15 shy of record peaks, topping other banks like Goldman Sachs and Barclays that had been seen as the most aggressive on the street.

What oil worry? Options market slumps despite Iran risk

Mar 30 2012

NEW YORK If the oil options market is to be believed, the risk of an abrupt, dramatic move in crude prices has rarely been lower.

Analysis: What oil worry? Options market slumps despite Iran risk

Mar 29 2012

NEW YORK If the oil options market is to be believed, the risk of an abrupt, dramatic move in crude prices has rarely been lower.

What oil worry? Options market slumps despite Iran risk

Mar 29 2012

NEW YORK If the oil options market is to be believed, the risk of an abrupt, dramatic move in crude prices has rarely been lower.

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