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LATEST STORIES FROM OUR NEWSROOM
Andrew Russell, National Online Reporter – Despi...
Jun 6, 2016
While drivers on the east and west coasts of Canada had some cause for concern last week, Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight believe gas prices will remain stable this summer barring any unforeseen weather or geo-political events
Gas prices rise sharply in Edmonton
Jun 4, 2016
Petroleum expert, Roger McKnight cites refinery problem, wildfires for increase
CBC Business news round-up by Mark Gollom – summ...
Jun 4, 2016
Roger McKnight says Western Canada facing gas shortages, oil supply cut from wildfires
John Kiemele reacts to the Ontario Government’s ...
May 18, 2016
Homeowners in Ontario are paying more than DOUBLE what they were 10 years ago; and just when natural gas is at a 10 year low, our government is planning to take that option away. John explains why the highlights of the plan are not going to work for Ontarians
Gas prices may rise due to the Fort McMurray fires...
May 9, 2016
Roger McKnight speaks with CKOM News about the impact that the Fort McMurray fires will have on consumers paying at the pumps
Ontario electricity rates are set to increase on M...
Apr 19, 2016
John Kiemele explains why the upcoming electricity rate increase in Ontario doesn’t make any sense when demand is down
Oil producers gather to weigh output freeze as glo...
Apr 16, 2016
OPEC gathers to decide on whether there will be a production freeze on oil
What’s making gas fluctuate in western Canada? R...
Feb 19, 2016
You may have noticed some volatility at the gas pumps lately, some prices jumped up to 20 cents and then fell the same amount a day later. En-Pro’s Roger McKnight explains why gas prices are so volatile
Enjoy low gas prices now because they’re likely ...
Feb 10, 2016
Gas prices are delightfully low, but don’t get too used to them – as Roger McKnight explains, the rock-bottom prices will likely go up soon
Gas drops below 60 cents a litre in Edmonton
Feb 9, 2016
Roger McKnight explains how post-Christmas is generally a low demand period, but Alberta’s economic woes are also playing a factor
Gouged at the pumps? Canadians not getting full be...
Jan 26, 2016
Roger McKnight speaks with Sunny Freeman about the discrepancy between the falling price of crude and prices at the pump. “Oil companies are keeping more profits to refine the oil into gasoline in order to offset what they are losing in production profit, which increases prices at the pump.” ~Roger McKnight
Roger McKnight talks with Money Sense’s Julie Ca...
Jan 20, 2016
The oil companies have reduced refining margins and are now fighting to maintain market share on the street, which is lower and lower gas prices. Even lower prices may still be on the way