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Iran Nuclear Deal Won’t Devastate the Oil Market

Negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 are creating anxiety for oil market participants. A deal is supposed to be reached between the parties by March 31, and some are worried it could lead a flood of oil to enter the already struggling marketplace.

New US Fracking Regulations Face Opposition

The new fracking rules unveiled by the US federal government last week have already caused quite a stir. Two industry groups reportedly filed a lawsuit within minutes of the announcement.

Keith Schaefer: It’s Not All Bad for Oil

At PDAC Schaefer laid out the positives and negatives surrounding the oil space, noting that in some senses things aren't as bad as they may seem. He also touched on what's going on with natural gas prices.

Gas Prices Set to Rise as Temperature and Supply Drop

Natural gas prices in North America have been on a steady decline in recent months, fueled by high production in the US last year and a mild winter throughout the continent. However, now that the weather has taken a turn for the worse, severe temperatures on the East Coast are driving demand back up.

2015 TSX Venture 50: Ikkuma Resources Tops All Sectors

Each year, the TSX Venture Exchange releases TSX Venture 50 list, reflecting the top performers across five sectors. Despite a tough year for resources — and for oil prices in particular — Calgary's Ikkuma Resources still managed to rank first across all sectors.

Infographic: Oil Production in the US

Oil prices in the US have seen their fair share of ups and downs over the years. By understanding what has caused these market fluctuations, as well as what they've led to, investors can position themselves to make more informed — and more profitable — decisions.