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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

Dallas Fed Energy Survey Results Point to Bleak Outlook for Oil Industry

The price of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil has plunged more than 50 percent since the start of the year as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has taken hold and a dispute between energy giants Saudi Arabia and Russia threatens to flood the market with crude oil.
Dallas Fed Economics

Oil and Gas Sector Increasingly Influences U.S. Business Fixed Investment

As U.S. oil production has more than doubled over the past decade, the oil and gas sector has become more important to growth in non-residential investment.
Dallas Fed Economics

Discussion Paper
Just Released: Hints of Increased Hardship in America’s Oil-Producing Counties

Today, the New York Fed released the Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit for the first quarter of 2016. Overall debt saw one of its larger increases since deleveraging ended, while delinquency rates for the United States continued to improve and remain at very low levels. Although the overall picture of Americans? liabilities has continued to improve since the financial crisis, we wondered what the variation looks like at local levels. One advantage of our Consumer Credit Panel (CCP), which is based on Equifax credit data, is that we can examine geographic variation in debt and ...
Liberty Street Economics , Paper 20160524

Journal Article
Evaluating a Year of Oil Price Volatility

Troy Davig, Nida ak?r Melek, Jun Nie, Lee Smith, and Didem Tzemen find changes in expectations of future oil supply relative to demand are the main drivers of the recent oil price decline.
Economic Review , Issue Q III , Pages 5-30

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

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

A New View of the Relationship Between Oil Prices, Gasoline Prices and Inflation Expectations

It has been considered self-evident until recently that oil prices drive inflation expectations, but new evidence calls into question this conclusion.
Dallas Fed Economics

High Fuel Prices in the U.S. May Crimp Oil Demand Soon

If prices climb higher, expect consumers to respond by cutting back on fuel consumption and overall spending sooner than later.
Dallas Fed Economics

A Ban on U.S. Crude Oil Exports Would Not Lower Gasoline Prices at the Pump

High gasoline prices have stimulated interest in what the Biden administration can do to lower the price at the pump.
Dallas Fed Economics



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