Category: Natural gas

Oil rises after inventory report

Oil for December delivery rose $1.49 to settle at $78.68 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

Denton voters pass fracking ban

The vote made Denton, which sits atop a large natural gas reserve, the first city in Texas to pass such a ban. It sets up a legal showdown between the city and industry groups that have warned the ban could be followed by lawsuits and a severe hit to Denton’s economy.  More »

Targa profits double in third quarter, led by NGLs

Targa Resources Partners said it saw more volume and fees from its natural gas liquid business.  More »

Crude oil settles below $80 a barrel

Oil tumbled last month after Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran and Kuwait cut prices, leading to concern that OPEC members were fighting for market share.  More »

Profits up at Enbridge in the third quarter

Enbridge Energy Partners said that profits jumped in the quarter as the company delivered record quantities of oil in Canada and North Dakota.  More »

Ukraine, Moscow clinch deal on Russian natural gas supply

Moscow and Kiev on Thursday clinched a multi-billion dollar deal that will guarantee that Russian gas exports flow into Ukraine and beyond to the European Union throughout the winter despite their intense rivalry over the fighting in eastern Ukraine.  More »

Crude falls after Fed ends asset-purchase program

Oil for December delivery dropped $1.08 to settle at $81.12 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

Enterprise Products posts higher profits in Q3

The Houston-based MLP reported higher fees in some sectors and an increase in crude volume moving through its pipelines.  More »

Shell Midstream surges in early trading

Shell’s midstream initial public offering took flight early Wednesday, gaining more than 40 percent shortly after trading started.  More »

Oil futures rise with consumer confidence report

Oil for December delivery rose 42 cents, or 0.5 percent, to settle at $81.42 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

Cheniere’s Sabine Pass terminal nearing finish line

As companies scramble to announce new plants and expansion projects to capitalize on abundant supplies of cheap, natural gas, Cheniere Energy is nearly finished with the first phase of its liquefaction export terminal.  More »

Is Your Energy Bill Too High?

Have you ever wondered what state has the lowest utility bills? A recent study conducted by WalletHub.com contrasting energy costs through state-by-state consumption rates unearthed the answer. Overall, averaged across three energy categories – electricity, natural gas, and vehicle fuel – Colorado spends the least – per capita – at $301 per month. Following Colorado […]  More »

Blackfeet urge government to cancel energy leases

Blackfoot tribal leaders from Canada and Montana are calling on the U.S. government to cancel oil and gas leases on sacred land near Glacier National Park, as a lawsuit works its way through the federal courts.  More »

Regulators: Constitution pipeline’s environmental impact not significant

Regulators have concluded that the Constitution pipeline and related Wright Interconnect Project would have a less-than-significant impact on the environment in a final analysis released today.  More »

Contractor: Freeport LNG to break ground within weeks

Freeport LNG could break ground on its initial two liquefaction trains within a matter of weeks, a major contractor working on the project told investors Thursday.  More »
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