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Miami HeraldUS Braces For Second Major Hurricane In Two WeeksOilPrice.com“Our biggest concern is Florida citrus,” Joel Widenor of Commodity Weather Group LLC said. “There is big enough fruit on the trees that the fruit could drop off, it could literally get blown off. The bigger issue is tree damage that is a lot harder to ...Houston Flood Relief Fund | Emergencies & Disasters - YouCaringYouCaringall 1,303 news articles »
BloombergAs Seen in 'Trading Places,' Weather Still Roils Orange MarketBloomberg... have golf-ball-sized fruit hanging from their branches (not to mention the softball-sized fruit on grapefruit trees), which could be easily knocked to the ground in a violent storm, said Joel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group LLC in ...and more »
New York TimesFlorida braces for hurricaneAlbany Times UnionHurricane Irma, the most powerful storm to form in the open Atlantic Ocean, was barreling toward Puerto Rico late Tuesday on a path that may bring it ashore in Florida and destroy so much property that damages may surpass Hurricane Katrina. Irma has ...Irma Tops Storm Scale, Florida Preps for Catastrophic StrikeBloombergall 2,859 news articles »
BloombergIrma Tops Storm Scales as Florida Preps for Catastrophic SystemBloomberg“Our biggest concern is Florida citrus,” said Joel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. “There is big enough fruit on the trees that the fruit could drop off, it could literally get blown off. The bigger issue is ...and more »
AM markets: dryness, frost spur Australia wheat price rallyAgrimoney.comCommodity Weather Group said that a "drier pattern" in Australia's weather for the next two weeks would in the north eastern one-third of the country's wheat belt "push stress into early heading", in terms of wheat development. "Frost is likely to ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, August 29Agriculture.comThe U.S. precipitation forecast is otherwise quiet for the next couple of weeks with some areas receiving normal amounts of rain while others will be below normal, according to Commodity Weather Group. Hurricane Harvey has moved back into the Gulf of ...Grain, Soybeans Fall on Large Supplies; Harvey Concerns MutedFox Businessall 42 news articles »
Grain, Soybeans Fall on Large Supplies; Harvey Concerns MutedFox BusinessThe remnants of the storm could cause localized flooding for soybeans in the region later this week, said Commodity Weather Group, though limited rainfall after that should allow for recovery. Meanwhile, falling crude-oil prices on Monday added to the ...and more »
Less NatGas Demand Seen as Harvey Churns; September Called 2 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence... from Friday dominate the Midwest, East, and South over the next two weeks including one stronger cool push into the Midcontinent by late in the six to 10 day that carries into the early 11-15 day," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather ...
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteHurricane Harvey bearing down on half the nation's oil refining capacityPittsburgh Post-GazetteHurricane Harvey was on the brink of becoming a Category 3 storm, which would make it the worst system since 2008 to strike the heart of America's energy sector and the strongest storm to hit the U.S. since Wilma in 2005. Harvey strengthened overnight ...Hurricane Harvey Grows to Category 4 as It Approaches TexasBloombergEvacuations, shutdowns: Texas energy companies brace for Hurricane HarveyDallas News (blog)Hurricane Harvey Strengthens as Refinery Risk Lifts GasolineTransport Topics OnlineNatural Gas Intelligence -Financial Timesall 4,375 news articles »
The Durango HeraldHarvey close to major hurricane strength as refineries shutThe Durango Herald“We may see major demand destruction on a scale we haven't seen since Ike in 2008,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland, said by telephone. The Port of Corpus Christi closed for all vessels sailing in or out as ...
The Daily ProgressHarvey close to major hurricane strength as refineries shutThe Daily Progress"We may see major demand destruction on a scale we haven't seen since Ike in 2008," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland, said by telephone. The Port of Corpus Christi closed for all vessels sailing in or out as ...Evacuations, shutdowns: Texas energy companies brace for Hurricane HarveyDallas News (blog)Hurricane Harvey Strengthens as Refinery Risk Lifts GasolineTransport Topics OnlineFutures Seen 2 Cents Higher Ahead of Supportive Inventory DataNatural Gas IntelligenceFinancial Timesall 3,702 news articles »
Charlotte Business JournalOil prices rise as Hurricane Harvey threatens TexasCharlotte Business Journal"The storm is getting stronger than expected," said Matt Rogers, meteorologist and co-founder of Washington-based Commodity Weather Group. Although Harvey was heading towards south Texas, staying clear of the core producing areas and oil platforms ...
BloombergHurricane Harvey Strengthens as Refinery Risk Lifts GasolineBloombergHarvey may stay closer to the coast, sparing San Antonio and Austin some flooding while inundating Corpus Christi, Houston and the rest of the Texas coast with heavy rains, said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, ...Evacuations, shutdowns: Texas energy companies brace for Hurricane HarveyDallas News (blog)Futures Seen 2 Cents Higher Ahead of Supportive Inventory DataNatural Gas IntelligenceOil prices rise as Hurricane Harvey threatens TexasFinancial Timesall 2,817 news articles »
AgWebHarvey Impacts Cotton, Oil as it Nears TexasAgWebWhile oil supplies could be disrupted, natural gas demand could fall, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. When hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008, power outages cut electricity demand, reducing the need ...Futures Seen 2 Cents Higher Ahead of Supportive Inventory DataNatural Gas IntelligenceUS oil hub on hurricane alert as Harvey nearsFinancial Timesall 1,464 news articles »
Harvey Forecast to Become a Major Hurricane as It Nears TexasAgWebWhile oil supplies could be disrupted, natural gas demand could fall, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. When hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008, power outages cut electricity demand, reducing the need ...
Dallas News (blog)Evacuations, shutdowns: Texas energy companies brace for Hurricane HarveyDallas News (blog)While oil supplies could be disrupted, natural gas demand could fall, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. When hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008, power outages cut electricity demand, reducing the need ...Futures Seen 2 Cents Higher Ahead of Supportive Inventory DataNatural Gas IntelligenceUS oil hub on hurricane alert as Harvey nearsFinancial Timesall 1,241 news articles »
BloombergHarvey Likely to Be First Hurricane to Strike Texas Since 2008BloombergWhile oil supplies could be disrupted, natural gas demand could fall, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. When hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008, power outages cut electricity demand, reducing the need ...and more »
Technical Picture Improving But Traders Cautious; September Called 4 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... summer cooling season continues to fade faster than normal with another round of slightly cooler changes today for the Midwest to East through especially the front 10 days of the forecast period," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group.and more »
Manitoba Co-operatorUSDA soy, corn estimates questionedWestern ProducerCommodity Weather Group has analyzed seven years with similar rainfall patterns and temperatures in the Midwest and similar crop condition ratings. The final yields in those years ranged from 40 to 50 bu. per acre. The USDA is already at the high end ...USDA Drops Soybean Crop's Rating, Raises CornAppsforPCdailyall 19 news articles »
ExpressNewslineDry weather leads to another decline in crop conditionsExpressNewslineAbout 70 percent of US corn and soybean growing areas should receive rains in the next five days, according to forecasts by the Commodity Weather Group. "One of the larger surprises for forecasted yield came from Indiana". Nine percent is rated in poor ...USDA Drops Soybean Crop's Rating, Raises CornAppsforPCdailyall 14 news articles »

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