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Don’t Look to Oil Companies to Lower High Retail Gasoline Prices

While U.S. retail gasoline prices in many regions have remained stubbornly high since March, this situation reflects frictions in the retail gasoline market rather than the supply of oil or the price of oil.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
The effect of the U.S. energy boom on the trade deficit

Craig S. Hakkio and Jun Nie predict the real energy trade deficit will decline at a much slower pace in 2015 than in the past few years.
Macro Bulletin

GDP Gain Realized in Shale Boom’s First 10 Years

The U.S. shale boom has benefited the nation’s oil trade balance and oil-producing regions and led to unusually large employment and output gains.
Dallas Fed Economics

Renewable Energy Projects Present Unique Lender Risks, Need for Oversight

A vigorous risk management program can mitigate potential problems facing banks and nonbank financial institutions engaged in financing these facilities—whether as agents, loan participants or direct lenders.
Dallas Fed Economics

Breakeven Oil Prices Underscore Shale’s Impact on the Market

The oil price that companies need to profitably drill new wells has closely tracked prices for long-dated oil futures in recent years. The emergence of U.S. shale production seems to be playing a large role in anchoring long-term oil prices
Dallas Fed Economics

How the Saudi Decision to Launch a Price War Is Reshaping the Global Oil Market

In the second week of March, the already fragile global oil market was rocked by Saudi Arabia’s announcement that it would expand oil production to unprecedented levels, signaling an end to its price cooperation with Russia.
Dallas Fed Economics

Global Perspectives: Marvin E. Odum on the COVID-19 Fight, Energy Outlook

Odum and Dallas Fed President Robert S. Kaplan participated in a moderated conversation with Krys Boyd of KERA and discussed the ongoing pandemic and how best to contain it.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
Do Adverse Oil Price Shocks Change Loan Contract Terms for Energy Firms?

This article examined whether the relationship between creditworthiness and loan spreads for energy firms in the syndicated loan market changed after the 2014 oil-price shock. {{p}} The authors use syndicated loans, which are jointly funded by several financial institutions, because the syndicated loan market is a major source of debt financing for oil firms. Credit conditions tightened following the oil-price shock in mid-2014.
Economic Review , Issue Q IV , Pages 59-86

Solar Lights Up Outlook for Renewable Energy in Texas

Improving economics and government tax incentives have spurred investment in utility-scale solar facilities in Texas.
Dallas Fed Economics

Energy Financing Trends Consistent with Renewables’ Growth

Equity markets appear to favor renewable-energy producers relative to their hydrocarbon counterparts. However, the relatively smaller size of many renewables projects complicates direct comparisons of bank lending to hydrocarbon and renewable entities.
Dallas Fed Economics



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