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This week on BNN/BLOOMBERG’S Commodities Report

January 17, 2020

Roger McKnight explains why eastern Canada can expect gas price relief at the pumps.

Oil prices remain volatile in U.S.-Iran conflict

January 15, 2020

Roger McKnight explains why oil prices are volatile due to escalating tensions between Iran and the U.S.

This week on BNN/BLOOMBERG’S Commodities Report, Rpger McKnight talks about the impact the U.S.-Iran Conflict is having on oil prices

January 10, 2020

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Gas prices in Canada will feel slight impact from Saudi attack, for now: Roger McKnight weighs in

September 17, 2019

By Rachael D’Amore — National Online Journalist — Global News Monday September 16, 2019 Oil prices surged Monday in the aftermath of an attack on one of the world’s biggest crude oil processing plants, but analysts don’t anticipate a significant jump at Canadian pumps just yet. “We’re going to dodge a bullet because of timing,” […]

Roger McKnight discusses – GTA gas prices poised to spike after drone attack on Saudi oilfield

September 17, 2019

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Lower taxes, more government regulation? Experts weigh in on gas price inquiry

September 5, 2019

“The Rocky Mountains are a magical barrier to logic … as far as prices are concerned,” says Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst with En-Pro International Inc.

You can thank the Trump effect for lower gas prices

August 30, 2019

Roger McKnight explains the continuing drop in gas prices

This week in Truck News: En-Pro’s Chief Petroleum Analyst, Roger McKnight discusses the “Trump factor” in the oil markets

August 30, 2019

https://www.trucknews.com/blogs/trumps-see-saw-china-policies-rattle-oil-markets/

Albertans welcome cheaper gas as carbon tax ends

June 7, 2019

Roger McKnight said Kenney clearly kept his promise, and noted that Albertans are feeling the effects immediately.

Iceberg! Straight ahead in the form of a new TAX Canadians will have to pay as of Monday April 1st

March 29, 2019

03/29/2019 — John Kiemele discusses why the federal government’s new carbon tax will be taxing on Canadians