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Japan Crisis Transforms Natural-Gas Market

Japan’s increasing demand for natural gas, an outgrowth of its sudden move away from nuclear power in the wake of last year’s earthquake, is beginning to remake the globe.  More »

Japan Crisis Transforms Natural-Gas Market

Japan’s increasing demand for natural gas, an outgrowth of its sudden move away from nuclear power in the wake of last year’s earthquake, is beginning to remake the globe.  More »

Man Arrested After Amsterdam Threat

A disruption at Amsterdam’s busy Schiphol Airport ended after military police arrested a man who had locked himself in a toilet, claiming to have a bomb.  More »

Four Top Picks in Gas Explorers

Caris likes Pioneer Natural, Rosetta Resources, Energen and Magnum Hunter.  More »

Hormuz Isn’t the Only Oil Hotspot

The paradox of today’s oil market is that to be an optimist, you have got to be a prophet of doom.  More »

Chesapeake Steps Up Divestment Push

Chesapeake Energy said Monday it may completely sell its assets in the Permian Basin, one of the most prolific oil-and-gas fields in the U.S., as part of its plan to fully fund capital expenditures this year.  More »

Hormuz Isn’t the Only Oil Hotspot

The paradox of today’s oil market is that to be an optimist, you have got to be a prophet of doom.  More »

Israel Accuses Iran of Targeting Officials

Israel accused Iran of triggering an explosion in an Israeli diplomat’s car in India and a bombing attempt that was foiled in Georgia.  More »

Leighton Reports Possible Illegal Iraq Payment

Leighton said Australian federal police launched an investigation after it notified authorities of a possible illegal payment by one of its subsidiaries linked to work expanding Iraq’s crude oil export facilities.  More »

Leighton Reports Possible Illegal Iraq Payment

Leighton said Australian federal police launched an investigation after it notified authorities of a possible illegal payment by one of its subsidiaries linked to work expanding Iraq’s crude oil export facilities.  More »

Leighton Reports Possible Illegal Iraq Payment

Leighton said Australian federal police launched an investigation after it notified authorities of a possible illegal payment by one of its subsidiaries linked to work expanding Iraq’s crude oil export facilities.  More »

Oil Prices Top $100

Crude-oil futures rose to their highest level in two weeks after Greece’s parliament passed sweeping austerity measures, placing it in line for another bailout.  More »