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Thoughts on Oil Inventory, Natural Gas and CoalSeeking Alpha (blog)Natural gas closed $0.05 to close at $3.76. This morning gas is trading flat. Tropics Watch: One after another after another. And now we have Tropical Storm ...
Kansas City StarOil and natural gas daily review (September 01, 2010)Stock Markets ReviewBy Nirmal Bang US crude oil futures extended losses in postsettlement trading on Tuesday, ahead of weekly inventory reports that are forecast to show ...Oil falls on crude demand uncertaintySydney Morning HeraldOil falls further below $74 as Europe stocks slipBusinessWeekUS crude falls near $74 on slowdown fears, stockpiles upReuters UKMalaysia Star -The Canadian Pressall 1,652 news articles »
Oil prices rose to $73 per barrel Thursday morning on the NYMEX, while London's ICE futures exchange hit $74.53 a barrel earlier this morning, as demand in Europe improves. In energy ETFs, the United States Oil Fund (USO) was up 1.89% to $32.37 in pre-market trading. United States Natural Gas ETF (UNG) was down $0.25 to $6.56 in pre-market trading. Wednesday's Department of Energy oil inventory data was better than expected, with crude stockpiles at 4.1 million barrels for the week ending August 20th. Buyers are enticed by the 12% decline in crude during the first half of August.
US GAS: Futures End Lower On Waning Storm Threat, Ample SuppliesWall Street JournalNatural gas in US storage remains well above historical levels. Inventories for the week ended Aug. 13 stood at 3.012 trillion cubic feet, ...and more »
The authorities heaved a sigh of relief as the oil leakage from the tanks of the MSC Chitra, have been rectified. Oil and gas companies jumped back into the corporate bond market on Monday after months of sitting on the sidelines taking advantage of renewed appetite for the sector as concerns about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill subside. Crude oil and natural gas prices will remain volatile this week on economic data releases, hurricane updates and inventory data.
BP has ordered 32 machines from Ocean Therapy Solutions following owner Kevin Costner's testimony before the United States Congress. The machines separate oil and water, and each machine can extract up to 2000 barrels of oil per day from the Gulf. BP spokesman Bill Salvin confirmed the company has contracted with Costner and Ocean Therapy Solutions to use the machines. BP agreed to use the technology after testing machines during the past week. "We are very pleased with the results and today we have placed a significant order with OTS (Costner's Ocean Therapy Solutions) and will be working with them to rapidly manufacture and deploy 32 of their machines," said Doug Suttles, BP's chief operating officer. Some other companies also suggested their own decisions for cleanup the Gulf, which also are claimed to be very effective. For example, Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (EVTN) was featured on the CNBC Television Show "Power Lunch," and during the show it was announced that British Petroleum notified EVTN that it is reviewing EVTN's Voraxial Separator technology for possible application to its oil spill response program. . Many other ideas to clean-up the Gulf also has been suggested. In their environmental analysis of the proposed well BP stated that in the unlikely event of an accidental spill "water quality would be temporarily affected by the decomposed components and small droplets", but that "currents and microbial degradation would remove the oil from the water ...
Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter and Energy Strategist talks to Clean Skies News about the latest oil and gas inventory reports. He also discusses the impact an offshore drilling moratorium would have on oil and natural gas.
Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist joins Clean Skies News, discussing the week's inventories and how US deepwater drilling suspension and upcoming predicted hurricanes might affect the market.
Oil and natural gas fell this week, impacted by global economic unrest and higher-than-expected inventories. Elliott Gue, editor of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist, joins Clean Skies News to discuss market trends and the impact, both long and short-term, the Gulf spill will continue to have on oil prices.
Clean Skies News talks to Elliott Gue of The Energy Strategist and The Energy Letter about this week's Energy Information Administration's oil and natural gas inventory reports. Elliott says we will likely see $90 oil later this month.
Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist joins Clean Skies News with a look at this week's EIA oil and natural gas inventory reports and just how offshore drilling will affect the market.
www.tradingfloor.com - Reaction to French and German comments that Greece should appeal to the IMF for a bailout has further undermined confidence in the Euro, seeing it hit 10-month lows, comments Saxo Banks Ole Hansen. However, a weaker Euro has clearly helped European exporters as shown by the stronger PMI figures released today. Crude is still seeing difficulty in getting through existing levels and this is expected to continue as todays inventory levels are expected to rise further. Natural Gas is looking for support and gold is stuck between a strong dollar and sovereign debt problems.
Clean Skies News talks to Elliott Gue, Editor of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist, discuss this week's oil and natural gas inventory reports from the Energy Information Administration.
Clean Skies News talks to Elliott Gue, Editor of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist about this week's Energy Information Administration oil and natural gas inventory reports. He also weighs in on the jobs report, and the impact it may have on the oil markets.
Susan McGinnis anchors this morning's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC. On the program:- Senator Lisa Murkowski speaks out on what she says are inconsistencies between President Obama's FY2011 budget and the energy priorities he laid out in his State of the Union address.- Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) is calling on UNIPCC chief Rajendra Pachauri to testify before Congress on research flaws recently exposed in the UN panel's landmark 2007 report on climate change.- The leader of the Edison Electric Institute, the nation's leadingassociation for electric utilities, says pursuing economy-wide federal climate legislation will remain a priority for 2010.- An EPA report describes what 22 electric plants are doing to make their coal ash storage safer.- EPA also close to deciding whether electric utilities must consider burning natural gas to cut Greenhouse gasses.- Weekly inventory report out later today. We'll analyze with Prenova's Michael Roberts.- Gazprom gets final permit for Baltic Sea natural gas pipeline.- Arizona backs out of regional cap and trade program because its too expensive.- GE is suing Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for alleged wind turbine patent infringements. www.cleanskies.com
Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS.A) reported a Q4 net profit of $1.96 billion, swinging from a loss of $2.81 billion in the year-ago period, when the company took a billion dollar writedown on its inventory value after a plunge in the price of oil. Excluding the year-ago inventory writedown, however, Shell's profit declined 75% to $1.18 billion from $4.79 billion. Shell produces an almost equal amount of natural gas and oil, so while crude's average selling price rebounded in the quarter, natural gas declined, offsetting any gains the company may have received in crude pricing. Meanwhile, Shell's combined production dropped by 2% to 3.33 million barrels per day (bpd). "We are facing challenging market conditions," Chief Executive Peter Vosser said on a conference call. Vosser added, "Especially downstream and natural gas, despite the headline increase in oil prices, and the outlook for 2010 remains difficult." Vosser said moves in October 2009 to cut costs, including cutting 5000 jobs, or 5% of the company's global work force, generated $2 billion in annual operating cost savings. He added that Shell intends to eliminate an additional 1000 jobs in FY2010, focusing the firings at its refining operations, which Vosser said will save another $1 billion in costs.
Energy strategist Elliott Gue discusses oil and natural gas inventory reports and possible weather-related disruptions in gulf energy production this weekend.
Elliott Gue of the Energy Strategist and the Energy Letter is live on the Energy Report to talk current oil inventory report and upcoming natural gas inventory report. More on how Rajendra Pachauri sees a new faction emerging in terms of international climate talks.
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Elliott Gue of the Energy Strategist and Enegy Letter talks weekly oil and natural gas inventories.
Tyler Suiters interviews Elliott Gue, the editor of The Energy Strategist, at the National Energy Summit. Gue talks with Clean Skies News about yesterday's API numbers, declining demand for oil and the future of natural gas prices.
Natural gas prices drop ahead of the EIA's weekly inventory report. Meanwhile, oil takes a tumble after its inventory report showed an unexpected drop in supplies. Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter provides analysis.
Oil prices are rebounding today after yesterday's inventory report. Elliott Gue, Editor of The Energy Strategist & The Energy Letter offers his analysis on that and natural gas inventories.
Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter provides analysis of the latest oil and gas inventory reports, as well as their influence on the commodity markets.
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Opposite trends continue for the oil and gas markets. Clean Skies news analyzes causes and discusses future outlooks for natural gas.
Energy analyst Elliott Gue, Editor of The Energy Letter, discusses the recent EIA inventory reports.
Rising supplies didn't stop crude oil's climb. Elliott Gue of The Energy Strategist forecasts what to expect from today's natural gas inventory report.
Natural gas in storage grows againMSN MoneyThe Energy Department's Energy Information Administration said in its weekly report that natural gas inventories held in underground storage in the lower 48 ...
AGL Resources Reports Second Quarter 2009 Results; Reaffirms ...PR Newswire (press release)The improvement over the prior-year quarter was due primarily to higher charges to marketers in Georgia for the storage of natural gas inventory and ...and more »
Washington PostInventory data likely to weigh on gas pricesCommodity OnlineAs per market expectation natural gas inventory is expected to rise by 71bcf. Data will be released at 8.00pm today. Crude Oil prices tumbled more than 5% ...Oil Prices Fall Below $66 A Barrel As Stockpiles IncreaseFOXBusinessEnergy Sector and Oil Futures Update for Commodity Traders: Nirmal ...Stock WatchCrude Oil Price Crashes after Unusually High Inventory DataForexyardMarketWatch -Commodity Online -Commodity Onlineall 2,001 news articles »
US GAS: Futures Fall, Tracking Crude, Amid Weak DemandCattleNetwork.comNatural gas for August delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange settled 15.6 cents, or 4.41%, lower at $3.379 a million British thermal units. ...
Natural Gas Price ForecastWealth DailyNatural gas under $4 was a steal in April, and it's even more of a steal now. Ignore the nattering nabobs of natty who worry on about inventory numbers; ...
Questar Clarifies Natural Gas Inventory at its Clay Basin FacilityWELT ONLINEQuestar finds, develops, produces, gathers, processes, transports, stores and distributes natural gas. This release includes forward-looking statements ...
Energy Stocks Fall Ahead Of Inventory DataCNNMoney.comThe NYSE Arca Natural Gas Index (XNG) dropped 2% to 435. The Philadelphia Oil Service Index (OSX) dropped 3% to 165. ConocoPhillips fell 2.4% to $43.36 ...and more »
shares has prevented the exchange-traded fund from buying new contracts, weighing on gas prices. On Wednesday, at the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural-gas prices dropped 4.3% to settle at $3.283 per million British thermal units. As of July 3, natural-gas inventories were 27.4% higher than a year ago, as demand was weighed down by the declining industrial activities and weaker air-conditioning use in the Northeast. "It's outright bearish," said Sid Perkins, managing partner at Ion ...
Daily NationStill a buyers' market for energy, but wait...Purchasing.comNatural gas. Lack of demand, declining prices and milder temperatures in coming months will reinforce bearish price sentiment in the market—especially in ...Crude Oil: Steady mkt likely, Nymex Sept support $61.10Commodity OnlineOil price settles above $61 as US supply fallsThe Associated PressThe Energy Report for WednesdayInternational Business TimesThe Associated Press -Commodity Online -Commodity Onlineall 1,027 news articles »
RTT NewsEnergy Stocks Pause After Recent RallyCNNMoney.comThe NYSE Arca Natural Gas Index (XNG) rose 0.2% to 415 ahead of weekly inventory data due later in the day. The Philadelphia Oil Service Index (OSX) fell ...Sentiment Evenly Poised as Traders Take Stock of Mixed NewsRTT Newsall 7 news articles »
Upstream OnlineLufkin Industries, Inc. Q2 2009 Earnings Call TranscriptSeeking AlphaOil price volatility severely depressed domestic natural gas prices and the uncertainty surrounding the pace and timing of the global recovery all weighed ...Lufkin Industries Reports Second Quarter 2009 Results From ...PR Newswire (press release)all 26 news articles »
Gas release much higherThe Durango HeraldBased on the industry's own data, about 1.9 million short tons of carbon dioxide were emitted in the operation of equipment fueled by natural gas in 2005, ...
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Natural gas inventories rise; posters weigh inStockhouseUS natural gas in storage rose last week, up 75 billion cubic feet from the previous week, according to the latest inventory report from the US Energy ...Natural gas stockpiles rise less than expectedMSN Moneyall 5 news articles »
SMU professor's study on pollution from gas drilling is flawed ...Fort Worth Star TelegramThe study by SMU professor Al Armendariz used data from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality's inventory of air pollution. ...
The Independent WeeklyLocal greenhouse gas emissions risingThe Independent WeeklyResidential emissions are up 2 percent, with consistent gains in electric, natural gas and propane use, and decreases in light fuel oil and kerosene. ...
RIA NovostiCORRECT: Conoco 2Q Output Up 6.3%; Refining Margins SlumpWall Street JournalBut "whatever benefit that they gain from higher oil prices they surrendered in lower natural gas prices, lower refining and marketing margins," said ...ConocoPhillips Says Second-Quarter Output IncreasesBloombergConoco says Q2 refining hit by fuel marginsReutersConoco- Phillips increases outputTulsa WorldWELT ONLINEall 220 news articles »
Stock WatchNatural gas stockpiles rise on weak demandForbesNEW YORK -- Natural gas inventory levels rose last week, the government said Thursday, with demand from major ...Natural gas inventories climb, Bullboard weighs inStockhouseall 14 news articles »
May 20, 2009 - Mark Zoback, professor in the Department of Geophysics, Stanford University, discusses recent developments in natural gas extraction that enable cost-effective carbon capture and storage to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. The Energy Seminar meets during the academic year on Wednesdays, 4:15 to 5:15 pm For a listing of upcoming Energy Seminar talks, please visit the events listing at the Woods Institute for the Environment website. Stanford University www.stanford.edu Woods ...
...oil and increasing inventories caused still falling natural gas prices. But recent numbers shows lower inventory levels of natural gas and with the signs of economic recovery could be right time to become bullish with natural gas. In addition to that seasonality...
Inventory Data Takes Down Natural GasBriefing.comNatural gas was the major exception. Natural gas futures sank following bearish inventory data, which showed a greater-than-expected build. ...Natural gas storage levels jump more than expectedForbesNatural Gas Outlook: Prices Up In Spot & Future MarketsCattleNetwork.comNatural gas gains on speculation price gap with crude to narrowCanada.comOil & Gas Journal -CattleNetwork.com -Briefing.comall 431 news articles »