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Biden’s SPR release has blunted the impact of Canada’s carbon tax increase: Roger McKnight – April 04, 2022

April 4, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, talks about what consumers can expect to pay at the pumps in the week ahead. He says supply was already tight before Russia’s attack on Ukraine, and how he doesn’t see any relief coming until the later half of June. He also says despite the federal government raising its carbon tax today, the impact it will have on gas prices has been somewhat blunted due to U.S. President Joe Biden’s SPR release.

Calgary citizens to see a significant drop in gas prices – Roger McKnight – April 01, 2022

April 1, 2022

Roger McKnight explains the drop in gas prices over the coming days in Calgary and Vancouver.

What’s up with these crazy gas prices? – Roger McKnight – March 15, 2022

April 1, 2022

The Big Story

Roger McKnight summarises what’s really behind skyrocketing gas prices, how high they could go, and if is there anything anyone can do to bring them back down.

Fuel tax is too valuable for governments to completely eliminate: Roger McKnight – March 28, 2022

March 28, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, says most cities will see gas prices fall in the week ahead. He also talks about the Albertan government pausing the collection of its provincial fuel tax next week, but he says it will most likely come back once oil prices are under control.

Wholesale gasoline costs are jumping, so prices will continue to climb: Roger McKnight – March 21, 2022

March 21, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, talks about what Canadians can expect to pay at the pumps in the week ahead. He says while oil prices are lower, there’s still going to be a price spike in gasoline as wholesale costs are continuing to climb. He says while the IEA suggests reducing speed limits on highways could help save on oil consumption, he doesn’t think that would go over well with consumers who are eager to finally leave their house after years of COVID-related measures.

A little relief: Gasoline prices to come down across Canada: Roger McKnight – March 14, 2022

March 14, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN for a closer look at what Canadian consumers can expect to pay at the gas pumps ahead of the weekend.

It’s the perfect storm for soaring gasoline prices in Canada: Roger McKnight – March 07, 2022

March 7, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, talks about what Canadians can expect to pay at the pumps in the week ahead. He says there’s a perfect storm for high gasoline prices right now with U.S. oil inventories continuing to fall, climbing demand for gas and Russia’s attack on Ukraine all pushing up pump costs.

Gas prices will rise across Canada in the short-term with this geopolitical conflict: Roger McKnight – February 28, 2022

February 28, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, discusses what Canadians can expect to be paying at the gas pumps this weekend. McKnight says there’s nowhere for gas prices to go but up, with current geopolitical concerns sparked by the Russia-Ukraine conflict pushing up supply concerns.

Drivers will get some relief at the pumps next week, but it will be short lived: Roger McKnight – February 21, 2022

February 22, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, says drivers will get some relief from record high gasoline prices next week, but the lull will be short-lived. He says the recent gasoline price spike has been accelerated by Ukraine-Russia tensions and U.S. refineries heading into maintenance mode.

Gas prices are set to increase in most provinces next week, demand shows no sign of slowing: Roger McKnight – February 14, 2022

February 22, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, talks about what consumers can expect to pay at the gas pumps ahead of the weekend. He says prices are poised to increase yet again, and demand shows no sign of slowing down.