Category: Natural gas

Oil rises on solid gain in U.S. hiring

But crude ended the week with a loss of 1 cent.  More »

Shell puts pioneering natural gas-based motor oil on store shelves

Royal Dutch Shell has produced motor oil from natural gas, a product that is now available in stores, the company will announce Friday.  More »

The War on Energy is Underway

Consumer Energy Alliance’s mission is to promote U.S. energy production.  With our membership, CEA supports public policies that ensure consumers can access affordable energy and that the energy is developed safely and responsibly. We advocate for opening areas off U.S. shores in the Atlantic, the Arctic and in the Gulf of Mexico to energy development. […]  More »

Oil up slightly; natural gas jumps

Natural gas gained 14 cents to $4.66 per 1,000 cubic feet.  More »

Natural gas producers say they are here to stay

the growing demand and production of natural gas show that the industry is here to stay, panels agreed at a Wednesday panel at the CERAWeek energy summit in Houston.  More »

Environmentalist: Methane emissions hurt benefits of natural gas

The energy industry must continue to manage rogue natural gas emissions that release methane into the atmosphere in order to maximize the fuel’s potential as a sustainable source of energy, the head of the Environmental Defense Fund said Wednesday.  More »

Feds could order more natural gas export studies

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz went further than ever before Wednesday in suggesting the Obama administration could redo the economic analysis that is underpinning each of its case-by-case decisions on exporting American natural gas.  More »

Oil down as Ukraine fears ease, U.S. supplies rise

U.S. crude for April delivery dropped $1.88 to close at $101.45 a barrel.  More »

Siemens eyes US expansion amid energy boom

Siemens AG CEO Joe Kaeser suggested Wednesday that the global engineering corporation will bring more operations to the United States amid the nation’s energy boom, because “I want to build this company to last.”  More »

Amid boom, difficulty adding natural gas customers

Natural gas may be abundant in the United States, but finding ways to sell more of it has been a challenge for companies that have supplied it for decades.  More »

Oil prices slip

The price of oil slipped to near $103 a barrel on Wednesday as concerns over Russia’s military advance into Ukraine eased, but the situation remained tense overall.  More »

Bullish future for production, Chesapeake CEO says

From the swampy gas fields of Louisiana to Alberta’s icy tar sands to the jungles of Colombia, the best is yet to come for upstream production, panelists agreed during an afternoon discussion at CERAWeek.  More »