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Nat Gas News – May 25, 2017 In the News Natural gas facilities with no carbon dioxide emissions Science Daily reports: How can we burn natural gas without releasing CO2into t[...]
WTI crude prices are just above $51/b this morning. Prices eased slightly from their highs yesterday, but early morning trading has brought a small uptick in prices. WTI opened at [...]
Nat Gas News – May 23, 2017 In the News Sempra proposes natural gas pipeline from Miramar to Rainbow San Diego Reader reports: Sempra Energy, the parent company of both San D[...]
Nat Gas News – May 22, 2017 In the News The Future of Natural Gas Development on the Western Slope WesternSlopeNow.com reports: Around 35% of Colorado is federally owned land[...]
WTI crude prices have risen above $50/b this morning. WTI opened at $49.28/b today, an increase of $0.35, or 0.72%, above yesterday’s opening price. Current prices are $50.10/b, a [...]
WTI crude prices have retreated to approximately $48.50/b this morning. WTI opened at $48.93/b today, an increase of $0.70, or 1.45%, above yesterday’s opening price. Current price[...]
Nat Gas News – May 18, 2017 In the News Oregon county rejects measure blocking natural gas terminal Reuters reports: A coastal Oregon county overwhelmingly rejected a ballot [...]
WTI crude prices are back in the vicinity of $49/b this morning, with yesterday’s downturn reversing this morning. WTI opened at $48.23/b today, a drop of $0.59, or 1.21%, below ye[...]
Nat Gas News – May 17, 2017 In the News New deal allows U.S. to sell tons of natural gas to China The National Interset reports: The U.S. and China recently agreed to a major[...]
WTI crude prices are in the vicinity of $49.20/b this morning. WTI opened at $48.82/b today, a significant increase of $0.97, or 2.03%, above yesterday’s opening price. Current pri[...]
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its weekly data on diesel and gasoline retail prices for the week ended May 15th, 2017. Prices for both fuels declined, followi[...]
Nat Gas News – May 16, 2017 In the News Natural gas needed: Mexico to rely increasingly on US imports The Hill reports: The onshore rig count in Mexico fell to one in March, [...]
WTI crude prices have jumped to the neighborhood of $49.50/b this morning. Last week, prices surged on Wednesday and stabilized on Thursday and Friday. WTI opened at $47.85/b today[...]
Nat Gas News – May 15, 2017 In the News US Northeast states are devouring natural gas for electricity, and that’s a problem for coal CNBC reports: The Northeast U.S. st[...]
WTI crude prices have surged to $48/b this morning. WTI opened at $47.39/b today, a strong recovery of $1.21, or 2.62%, above yesterday’s opening price. Current prices are $48.00/b[...]
Nat Gas News – May 11, 2017 In the News Williams Turns to Trump for Help Approving Delayed Gas Pipeline Bloomberg reports: A year after New York rejected a key permit for the[...]
WTI crude prices are in the range of $46.25-$46.50/b this morning. WTI opened at $46.18/b today, a drop of $0.31, or 0.67%, below yesterday’s opening price. Current prices are $46.[...]
Nat Gas News – May 10, 2017 In the News Trump to nominate Powelson, Chatterjee to FERC Utility Dive reports: President Trump will nominate Robert Powelson, a member of the Pe[...]
Nat Gas News – May 9, 2017 In the News Tokyo Gas takes a stake in Castleton oil and gas unit The Financial Times reports: Tokyo Gas acquired a 30 per cent equity interest in [...]
WTI crude prices remain in the range of $46.00-$46.50/b this morning. WTI opened at $46.49/b today, an increase of $0.14, or 0.30%, above yesterday’s opening price. Current prices [...]
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its weekly data on diesel and gasoline retail prices for the week ended May 8th, 2017. Prices for both fuels declined significa[...]
WTI crude prices are slightly above $46/b this morning. Friday brought a price rally after two steep price collapses last week. WTI opened at $46.35/b today, up $0.84, or 1.85%, ab[...]
Nat Gas News – May 8, 2017 In the News Natural gas production rises in West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania The Parkersburg News and Sentinel reports: While the rest of the U[...]
WTI crude prices are down to approximately $45.25/b this morning after a sharp collapse yesterday. Another sharp collapse overnight is being moderated by some morning buying. WTI o[...]
Crude prices this week continued on a downward path this week, punctuated by a sharp downward price movement on Thursday that hit the bottom at $45.29/b, then another collapse over[...]

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