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Oil Market’s Tightening in February Seemingly Defies Fundamentals

Surging oil prices in February have raised hopes that the worst may be over for oil markets, though recent evidence suggests that the recovery will not last.
Dallas Fed Economics

Crude Oil Price Changes Quicker to Register at Gasoline Pump

How big an impact should we expect on gasoline prices? Based on recent research, most of the initial effect showed up quickly at the pump.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
The importance of the energy sector in the Mountain States

Rocky Mountain Economist , Issue Q IV , Pages 1-8

How Falling Oil Prices in Early 2020 Weakened the U.S. Economy

The benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) price of oil dropped by more than half from Jan. 21 to April 3. This oil price decline has weakened rather than strengthened the U.S. economy, making this event different from past episodes of falling oil prices.
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

Global Perspectives: John Hess on U.S. Oil Reserves, Climate Change

Few sectors of the U.S. economy have undergone as radical a transformation in recent years as the energy sector, and few loom as large in the economic fortunes of Texas and the Eleventh District.
Dallas Fed Economics

Solving a Puzzle: More Nonrenewable Resources Without Higher Prices

Economic intuition suggests nonrenewable resources such as metals or fossil fuels become scarcer and more expensive over time. However, a new dataset covering the years 1700 to 2018 indicates otherwise.
Dallas Fed Economics

Welcoming remarks: energy interdependence in the western hemisphere conference

President Patrick T. Harker highlights the progress of energy development in the Third District and its importance in fostering economic growth as he welcomes participants to the Global Interdependence Center?s conference. This event brings together leaders in science, technology, and business to discuss ways to collaborate and use energy resources wisely.
Speech , Paper 113

Don’t Expect U.S. Shale Producers to Respond Quickly to Geopolitical Disruption

Higher oil prices due to supply disruptions and increased geopolitical risk are unlikely to generate significantly more U.S. oil production in the short term.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
The Response of U.S. Investment to Oil Price Shocks: Does the Shale Boom Matter?

After an unprecedented decline from 2014 to 2016, the real price of oil more than doubled, renewing interest in the effects of oil price fluctuations on the U.S. economy. The oil sector has become increasingly important to the U.S. economy over the past decade, and total U.S. business fixed investment appears to have followed oil investment?s pattern in recent years. This positive correlation between oil prices and U.S. investment growth may be related to the surge in U.S. oil production known as the shale boom. {{p}} Nida ak?r Melek explores the effect of unexpected oil price changes (or ...
Economic Review , Issue Q IV , Pages 39-61



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