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LATEST STORIES FROM OUR NEWSROOM
Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight speaks wit...
Nov 13, 2015
Every Friday morning, Andrew Bell and Roger McKnight discuss the factors that go into gasoline prices across Canada, ahead of the weekend
What the Ontario Energy Board’s newly passed ele...
Nov 2, 2015
Our John Kiemele explains why we should all be very concerned about the latest electricity increases, why it’s happening, and what impact it will have on small businesses, industry, and consumers
Gas shortages cause closures at some southern Onta...
Oct 15, 2015
Roger McKnight explains what’s behind the current gas shortages at some southern Ontario stations
NewCap Television speaks with Roger McKnight about...
Sep 29, 2015
Roger McKnight explains that refineries are expected to come back on stream in the next week or so, which will see prices fall back into line with the rest of the country.
Brett Bundale Chronical Herald – Volatile prices...
Sep 1, 2015
Roger McKnight explains why diesel prices have been swinging up and down
Jamie Sturgeon GLOBAL NEWS – Gas prices are clim...
Aug 21, 2015
Roger McKnight explains why gas prices are climbing in some parts of Canada while oil is plummeting
Enjoy lower diesel price while it lasts: analyst
Aug 13, 2015
John Kiemele explains why when the Canadian currency drops, diesel prices rise
Saskatoon gas prices jump 16 cents
Aug 12, 2015
Roger McKnight explains why oil prices and gas prices are not, ‘connected at the hip’
(Star) Roger McKnight explains the reasons behind ...
Aug 4, 2015
“Gas prices could head even lower in the coming weeks as the summer driving season draws to a close, the price of crude oil falls further, and oil refineries turn to making lower-cost winter gasoline.”
CBC Business News – Tracy Johnson – Oil prices...
Jul 24, 2015
It’s a good summer to be selling gasoline, not a great one to be buying it. The gasoline market is tricky to unravel, but Roger McKnight gives some insight into the complicated world of crude oil and prices.
CBC RADIO INTERVIEW Roger McKnight explains why ga...
Jul 24, 2015
Revenue streams among oil companies are complicated and don’t always reflect prices at the pumps. Roger McKnight explains refining margins and how consumers are affected by the many factors of supply and demand
Canada’s low dollar getting the blame for high g...
Jul 22, 2015
Roger McKnight explains that the problem is the low price of crude, which the integrated oil companies are having a real tough time with, so the consumer is paying for it