• 2 hours The Federal Reserve and Money...Aspects which are not widely known
  • 8 minutes How Far Have We Really Gotten With Alternative Energy
  • 12 minutes  What Russia has reached over three months diplomatic and military pressure on West ?
  • 2 hours GREEN NEW DEAL = BLIZZARD OF LIES
  • 6 days "And this is perhaps the most dangerous kind of government there can be."
  • 3 hours Coincidence of EIA Report Delay? - "I had seen it delayed minutes, and a couple of times a few hours, but don’t recall something like this — do others?" asks Javier Blas
  • 1 day Demonising fossil fuels has caused major grid problem in Australia
  • 3 hours "...too many politicians believe things that aren’t true." says Robert Rapier
  • 1 day Oil Stocks, Market Direction, Bitcoin, Minerals, Gold, Silver - Technical Trading <--- Chris Vermeulen & Gareth Soloway weigh in
  • 17 hours Welcome to Technocracy - The New World Energy Order... "1000s Of Sydney Homes Plunged Into Darkness As Aussie 'Price Cap' Policy Sparks Energy Shortage"
  • 2 days "How to Calculate Your Individual ESG Score to ensure that your Digital ID 'benefits' and money are accessible"
  • 327 days Beware the Left's 'Degrowth' Movement (i.e. why Covid-19 is Good)
  • 5 days ESG Topic - "German Police Raid Deutsche Bank, DWS Over Allegations Of Greenwashing" - ZeroHedge Bloomberg and others
Ross McCracken

Contributor since: 09 Nov 2018

Ross McCracken

Ross is an energy analyst, writer and consultant who was previously the Managing Editor of Platts Energy Economist

Latest articles from Ross

  • Oil Market Recovery Is Far From Certain

    Published 23 January 2019 | viewed 11,681 times

    Brent has recovered some ground since the start of the year, despite continued concerns over the state of the world economy. In demand terms, the…

  • How The Transport Industry Is Shaping Oil Demand

    Published 16 January 2019 | viewed 7,327 times

    It has been a bad start to the year for UK car manufacturing. Iconic UK-based automaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) announced job cuts of up…

  • 2019 - Sell The Rumour, Buy The Fact

    Published 09 January 2019 | viewed 7,950 times

    2019 starts with a high degree of uncertainty over the path of the global economy. Leading economic indicators point to a downturn and US trade…

  • The True Complexity Of Plastic Pollution

    Published 04 January 2019 | viewed 7,115 times

    While the number of plastics regulations is proliferating globally, how to deal with the problem of plastic pollution is complex, particularly when viewed through the…

  • Plastic Pollution And Oil Demand

    Published 19 December 2018 | viewed 5,814 times

    Plastics pollution burst into the public consciousness in 2018, and is unlikely to retreat any time soon. Policy momentum to address plastics pollution has in…

  • The Real Impact Of Diesel Bans

    Published 14 December 2018 | viewed 16,971 times

    ‘Diesel bans’ should be in force in no less than seven German cities by the first half of next year. They follow measures introduced in…

  • The Conference That Overshadowed OPEC

    Published 07 December 2018 | viewed 4,228 times

    OPEC gathered at its 175th meeting on December 6 in Vienna. It had some tough decisions to make, and its oil ministers were undoubtedly keeping…

  • The Great Power Politics Behind Nord Stream II

    Published 30 November 2018 | viewed 5,409 times

    Nord Stream II is proving to be one of the most politically contentious pipelines of all time. The project is making gradual progress, but remains…

  • The Biofuel Directive Giving EU Oil Demand A Boost

    Published 21 November 2018 | viewed 4,760 times

    ILUC is a little-known acronym that strikes fear into the heart of biofuels producers. It stands for Indirect Land Use Change and describes a change…

  • China’s Transport Revolution

    Published 16 November 2018 | viewed 7,189 times

    China’s march into alternative transport is starting to producer some significant numbers. A combination of rising electric vehicle (EV) and LNG-fuelled truck sales will, by…

  • U.S. Shale Is Entering A Post-Expansionary Phase

    Published 09 November 2018 | viewed 7,069 times

    US shale oil production has surged this year, underlining the short-cycle nature of the resource, but what goes up can come down. Shale oil production…

Oilprice - The No. 1 Source for Oil & Energy News