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En-Pro’s Sr. Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight p...
May 2, 2013
Dylan C. Robertson, Toronto Star GTA drivers are getting plenty of sunshine today, and we’re not just talking about the weather. Gas prices dropped 2.3 cents overnight, to an average GTA price of 119.9 cents per litre.
Sr. Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight says he does...
Apr 19, 2013
Lauren Krugal, The Canadian Press — The degree to which Eastern consumers will benefit at the pump is unclear, as it’s up to the pipeline’s customers — oil producers at one end and refineries at the other
Apr 5, 2013
Petroleum expert Roger McKnight discusses the reasons why gas prices will remain stable throughout the summer
Welcome, Kyle Kearns, Energy Data Analyst
Mar 13, 2013
En-Pro is pleased to announce the appointment of Kyle Kearns to its team of Energy and Commodity Analysts. “As we continue to grow and expand, [...]
What’s next for Venezuela?
Mar 8, 2013
Roger McKnight speaks with BNN’s Andrew Bell about the sinking demand for gasoline and potential higher prices following the death of Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez
CTV Kitchener investigates
Mar 7, 2013
Oil industry analyst, Roger McKnight discusses the fluctuating cost of gas
Feb 2, 2013
En-Pro is proud to work with leading North American companies like Staples Canada. Staples is on the forefront of sustainability and recycling programs that not only benefit our environment, but society as a whole. Read the story in the Financial Post how Staples is doing more by lessening their carbon footprint.
Drivers’ Heaven in Saskatoon
Jan 17, 2013
Roger McKnight, Petroleum Advisor calls low gas prices “crazy and unprecedented.” Fill up while you can!
Shale gas help lower heating bills
Dec 7, 2012
Danny Bradbury of The Financial Post talks with John Kiemele about shale gas helping lower heating bills for some, but will lower prices last?
BP Oil’s $4-Billion settlement
Nov 19, 2012
Roger McKnight discusses the BP Oil settlement on CTV News
John Ivison: Thomas Mulcair offers Alberta an upda...
Nov 14, 2012
John Ivison | Nov 14, 2012 8:19 PM ET | Last Updated: Nov 14, 2012 9:05 PM ET Tom Mulcair cast himself as a latter-day [...]
Impact of Hurricane Sandy on crude prices
Oct 31, 2012
Roger McKnight speaks with BNN’s Andrew Bell about the impact of Hurricane Sandy on crude prices on The Commodities Report