cnbctv18 on MSN.com - 1/24/2022 2:57:23 AM
Asia is trading positive, the tensions in the Middle East and East Europe have been supportive; strong demand continued and the US rig count has declined for the first time in 13 weeks supporting the crude oil price.
News Tribune - 1/22/2022 10:44:00 AM
Benchmark U.S. crude oil for March delivery fell $1.76 to $85.14 a barrel Friday. Brent crude for March delivery fell 49 cents to $87.89. a barrel. Wholesale gasoline for February delivery fell 2 cents to $2.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 1/10/2022 9:30:00 PM
With winter and cold weather upon us, many consumers will be bearing the burden of increased costs for heating sources like natural gas this year.
India Infoline - 1/7/2022 5:25:00 AM
The wholesale spot price for natural gas at the Henry Hub in Louisiana (the US benchmark for natural gas prices) averaged $3.89 per million British thermal units (MMBtu) in 2021, almost doubling ...
Natural Gas Intel - 1/20/2022 9:09:00 PM
Pennsylvania is projected to collect higher impact fees from unconventional natural gas producers for 2021, reversing losses tied to lackluster demand and
FXStreet - 1/7/2022 4:22:00 AM
Natural gas prices differ between markets but remain ... Watching the weather is critical for trading this commodity. * Note that this content was first published in FXStreet's Trading Studio ...
Business Insider - 1/16/2022 5:00:00 PM
The oil sector has been hogging the investment limelight after a spectacular recovery that has set the sector as one of the top performers in
YAHOO!Finance - 1/17/2022 11:00:00 PM
If the cold snap expected over the next two weeks holds and forecasts for additional Arctic blasts this winter materialize, natural gas at the Henry Hub could surge to above $6/MMBtu again, in a pattern similar to the one from the winter of 2014,
ING - 1/21/2022 11:47:00 AM
As tensions between Russia and Ukraine grow, so does the risk that it spills over into global commodity markets. Russia is a commodities powerhouse, with
YAHOO!Finance - 1/20/2022 2:00:00 PM
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is forecasting a 22 per cent increase in natural gas and oil investment in 2022. Capital spending in the sector is expected to grow by $6.0 billion to reach $32.