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Gas rationing in the U.S. would mean serious trouble: Roger McKnight – June 13, 2022

June 13, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, tells BNN Bloomberg that current high gas prices are a result of a supply and demand imbalance. He says gas prices won’t retreat any time soon unless demand suddenly evaporates, or if governments adjust the HST.

High refining margins in Vancouver are behind the city’s spike in gasoline prices: Roger McKnight – June 06, 2022

June 6, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN Bloomberg for a look ahead to gas prices in Canada over the coming week. He says low diesel inventories in the U.S. will relentlessly push up the cost of delivering goods, which will be passed along to the consumer.

Cap the point at which HST is charged at $1.50 per litre: Roger McKnight – May 30, 2022

May 30, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International suggests that capping the HST is a simple way to help consumers. He also says that diesel drivers will start to see some relief at the pumps.

Analyst says Canadians haven’t changed their driving habits despite high fuel prices: Roger McKnight – May 24, 2022

May 24, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN Bloomber says that people have few alternatives for travel in Canada and will continue to rely on their cars. He also says that declines in gasoline inventories and refined oil reserves will keep gasoline prices high.

Gasoline records will keep on breaking in Canada: Roger McKnight – May 16, 2022

May 16, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN Bloomberg and talks about gasoline prices in the week ahead and says drivers might have to wait for a while until they can see some relief at the pumps. He says with Canadians stuck inside for years during the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals aren’t letting these higher prices hold them back and they’re still getting out on the road.

Soaring diesel are driving gasoline prices higher: Roger McKnight – May 09, 2022

May 9, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN Bloomberg and takes a closer look at what Canadian consumers can expect to pay at the gas pumps ahead of the weekend. He says it’s not just crude oil that’s causing pump prices to jump. He points to soaring diesel prices that are pulling gasoline costs.

B.C. and Toronto drivers among motorists paying near record prices for fuel: Roger McKnight – May 02, 2022

May 2, 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.

Gas prices to climb in all provinces next week: Roger McKnight – April 25, 2022

April 26, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, joins BNN Bloomberg and says gasoline prices are set to rise across the country, and it’s not just due to the supply-demand imbalance of crude oil. He says the switch from winter to summer blends of gasoline is fuelling the climb in pump prices.

Gasoline prices will hover around recent levels in the near-term: Roger McKnight – April 11, 2022

April 11, 2022

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst at En-Pro International, discusses what Canadians can expect to see for gasoline prices in the week ahead. McKnight says there is a lag in gasoline prices following oil’s lower levels, and notes that high gasoline demand as of late is noticeably slowing.

CURRENT MARKET DRIVERS – Roger McKnight, Chief Petroleum Analyst – April 08, 2022

April 8, 2022

Roger McKnight summarizes the current market drivers for gasoline prices.