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LATEST STORIES FROM OUR NEWSROOM
Drivers in Regina paying more for gas
Feb 18, 2014
CJME’S Andrew Shepherd speaks with Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight about the reasons Regina drivers are paying more at the pumps this week. The price of gas has gone up at least six cents per litre in a week.
Propane crunch in the U.S. could get serious. Shri...
Jan 29, 2014
Roger McKnight speaks with BNN’s Andrew Bell on Commodities about the impact propane, diesel, and gasoline prices will have on Canadian consumers. McKnight also comments on the XL Pipeline and what’s in store for Canadian oil
Cold snap in U.S. behind elevated diesel prices. M...
Jan 24, 2014
Roger McKnight speaks with Lisa Schick of NewsTalk 650 CKOM about why drivers of diesel vehicles have been reaching much deeper into their wallets than gasoline vehicle drivers for a while.
En-Pro’s Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight...
Jan 2, 2014
McKnight sees higher fuel prices on the horizon as demand for oil will increase, and push the price of crude up in 2014. McKnight adds, “Barring any major geo political events, the Canadian energy business will be pretty much the same as 2013.”
Roger McKnight speaks with BNN’s Andrew Bell...
Dec 10, 2013
U.S and Canadian crude production is soon to out pace refining capabilities. Producers are now applying for licenses to allow export of crude. A difficult political position for the Obama Administration both domestically and at the international level.
Gas prices lower in Sturgeon Falls, North Bay
Nov 11, 2013
Sudbury Star reporter, Ben Leeson asks Roger McKnight why high gas prices are frustrating Sudbury motorists and what’s driving the prices at the pumps
CITT Conference — Fuel surcharges – the on...
Nov 10, 2013
En-Pro’s Chief Petroleum Analyst Roger McKnight joins a panel of experts to speak about the future of fuel charges and its impact on transportation
Hitting the moving target on fuel surcharges – a...
Nov 4, 2013
Roger McKnight speaks on the Fuel Surcharges panel at the CITT’s National Conference on Supply Chain and Logistics
En-Pro Petroleum Analyst: Expect heating oil price...
Aug 30, 2013
Low inventories, speculation could drive up prices. Whether or not some peace is found in Syria, heating oil prices are likely to be high this winter, warns petroleum analyst, Roger McKnight.
Christine Clark 570News – Turmoil in Syria to bl...
Aug 29, 2013
Roger McKnight says, “The gas prices are rising because the speculators on Wall Street are looking at the dark side of the Moon saying that the Syrian situation could get very ugly thereby possibly affecting the price of crude from The Middle East.”
Roger McKnight talks with Michael Hainsworth on BN...
Aug 28, 2013
Syrian conflict is affecting gas prices leading up to the Labour Day long weekend
Pipeline could lower gasoline prices at the pumps
Aug 1, 2013
Michael Gorman, staff reporter speaks with Roger McKnight about the TransCanada pipeline and whether it will mean lower fuel prices for drivers