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London’s ‘very weird’ market hits drivers in...
Jul 16, 2014
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En-Pro Welcomes, Grace Wilton
Jul 1, 2014
En-Pro is pleased to announce the appointment of Grace Wilton as Energy Management Data Analyst to its team of Energy and Commodity Cost Analysts and [...]
Turmoil in Iraq could raise air travel costs unles...
Jun 20, 2014
Roger McKnight speaks with The Canadian Press’s Ross Marowitz about jet fuel prices
Canadian gas prices set to rise as Iraqi violence ...
Jun 13, 2014
Lauren Krugel of The Canadian Press talks with Roger McKnight about the sudden spike in gas prices across Canada
Pre-summer gas bump will be more painful than usua...
Apr 24, 2014
Extreme winter, refinery maintenance, lower Loonie aggravating factors
National gas prices hit record high for spring –...
Apr 23, 2014
Canadians paying a lot more for gas at the pumps
Gas prices soar to spring record, up 14 cents from...
Apr 23, 2014
En-Pro’s John Kiemele speaks with CP’s Lauren Krugel about skyrocketing gasoline prices.
En-Pro Welcomes, Nathan (Nate) Shields, Energy Dat...
Mar 20, 2014
En-Pro is pleased to announce the appointment of Nathan (Nate) Shields to its team of Energy and Commodity Analysts. “We are happy that Nate has [...]
CBC News – Thunder Bay – Cold weather keep...
Mar 6, 2014
En-Pro’s Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight says this is the time of year when oil refineries normally start producing more gasoline. And he says he hopes he’s wrong, but he predicts, if less gasoline is produced, the price will go up by eight cents per litre – a price hike that will also affect most of Canada
Gas could cost $1.40 a litre by end of March
Feb 28, 2014
En-Pro’s Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight speaks with CityNews about why all factors point toward a possible $1.40 litre gas hike by the end of March
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