Articles by tag: Matador Economics

Navigating the Complex World of Energy and Economics

energy and economics
  The latest episode of Gasonomics, hosted by Tim Snyder, Chief Economist with Matador Economics, focuses on the intricate dance between global alliances, energy markets, Read more


NYC Real Estate Investment Trends
NYC Discussion: Real Estate and Alts
December 5, 2023

Explore the evolving landscape of New York City’s real estate and alternative investments with Brandon Cooperman and Howard Altshuler in this insightful episode of Weaver: The Alternative Edge. Dive into the current trends, market forecasts, and strategic growth in the real estate sector. Key Points: NYC’s Office Real Estate market is a tale of haves […]

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construction innovation
Boxx Modular’s New Branch in Atlantic Canada: A Strategic Move for Construction Innovation
December 4, 2023

In an era where construction innovation is reshaping the industry, modular construction’s growth continues to rise. In this episode of Built Modular, Boxx Modular’s strategic expansion into Moncton, Atlantic Canada takes center stage. Host Gabrielle Bejarano welcomes Charles Landry and Ray Girouard to explore the implications of this venture. Bejarano, Landry, and Girouard discuss […]

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Venture Fund Valuations
VC Investment Valuations Podcast
December 4, 2023

In this episode of The Alternative Edge, a Weaver: Beyond the Numbers Podcast, host Becky Reeder, an audit partner and co-leader of the alternative investments practice at Weaver, engages with Sindhu Rajesh, an Alternative Investment Services Partner with Weaver. They unpack the complexities of venture fund valuations, offering critical insights into industry dynamics and best […]

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Navigating the Complex World of Energy and Economics
September 13, 2023

The latest episode of Gasonomics, hosted by Tim Snyder, Chief Economist with Matador Economics, focuses on the intricate dance between global alliances, energy markets, and the potential threats to the US Dollar’s dominance. As President Biden attends the G-20 Summit, the episode delves into the dynamics of the BRICS alliance, now expanded to BRIICS […]

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In the Oil and Gas Industry, Prices Continue to Soar. What Does That Mean for the Future of the Energy Sector and What Do We Do Next??
August 16, 2023

The global energy landscape, especially the oil and gas industry, has been undergoing a seismic shift. With crude oil prices surging almost 20% in the last 45 days and gasoline witnessing a 2.2 cent per gallon increase, the stakes have never been higher. As the U.S. economy grapples with these fluctuations, a pertinent question […]

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The Problem with Climate Change: The Other Side of the Story
June 29, 2023

As the world grapples with the escalating crisis of climate change, the narrative is often dominated by the urgent call to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources. However, there’s another side to the story that is often overlooked. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, as of 2020, fossil fuels still accounted […]

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New U.S. Oil Auctions Say “Nothing” About Short-Term Drilling. U.S. Energy Policy is Still Shy on New Oil Leasing.
June 1, 2023

U.S. oil auctions are back…sort of. In a significant move since the passage of President Joe Biden’s landmark climate change law, the U.S. held its first sale of oil and gas drilling rights on federal lands in late May, attracting over $78 million in high bids. This auction of 19 parcels in New Mexico, […]

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What Happened to Silicon Valley Bank?
March 23, 2023

By now, everyone’s heard the Silicon Valley Bank collapse story. Its repercussions are, at present, still sending shockwaves across the banking system, leaving the experts, pundits, the Fed, and everyone wondering if another pillar will drop or can the system hold together. While the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) seemingly happened overnight, were […]

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Keystone Pipeline Leak Consequences Spill Over into Gas Prices, National Economies
December 21, 2022

U.S. gas prices declined during December, but this relief at the pump could soon revert due to a significant oil spill from the Keystone pipeline leak. An estimated 14,000 barrels of crude oil spilled into a Kansas creek, forcing the pipeline’s closure on December 7, 2022. Adding to the concerns over a prolonged shutdown are […]

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2023 Oil Price Instability: Rystad, Goldmand Saches, JP Morgan Analysts Predict High Prices to Come
December 8, 2022

2023 oil price instability remains likely as compounding research from oil analysts points to pent-up demand, new waves of COVID-19, OPEC+ production cuts, and more are creating scenarios for higher oil prices in 2023. Several factors are stacking to keep oil prices high next year. Some analysts have been countering this narrative in recent […]

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California Oil Spill is a “Tempest in a Teapot,” Oil Economist Says
October 6, 2021

California is in emergency mode to reign in a 25-mile oil slick, after an estimated 3,000 barrels, or 126,000 gallons, of post-production crude was spilled in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Orange County. Though the situation is still on-going, authorities suspect a ship’s anchor may be to blame, cutting into an off-shore pipeline. […]

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The Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack is a Study on Material Price Fluctuation
May 19, 2021

The recent successful cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline sent a shockwave throughout the oil and gas industry beyond in the United States, and it’s not serving as a unique case study in how the sector impacts the entirety of the supply chain and many corners of society. To diagnose the attack’s impact and help break […]

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