Month: April 2022
Since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine, global coal prices have seen a parabolic rise. The European coal benchmark at Rotterdam set a new record
Over the last several weeks, BTU Analytics has highlighted the physical and financial constraints that are limiting upside to U.S. oil and gas production growth, leaving it
In a globalized world, international trade is generally defined by the most efficient connections between supply and demand; those relationships can be slow to change.