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Natural Gas Price Prediction – Prices Trade Sideways as Stockpiles Decline

With production expected to continue to climb, prices will have a difficult time breaking higher. Natural gas prices moved sideways as historical volatility continued to collapse. Prices appear to ... read more

Grains Inch Higher on Quiet Monday

May crude oil is up $0.01 at $59.05, May heating oil is up $0.0147, May RBOB is up $0.0034 and May natural gas ... higher. May soybeans were up 2 3/4 cents at $9.06 1/2 Monday on light volume. Soybean ... read more

Natural Gas Falls After Smaller-than-Average Supply Decrease

record high production in the United States and expectations for explosive growth through 2020 means that supply will keep pace with demand. Therefore, prices are likely to trade sideways but for ... read more

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“Gas wars” in Europe

China, viewed by the Trump administration as America’s main trade and economic rival ... where the bulk of US liquefied natural gas will inevitably go, leaving European terminals high and dry. read more


Cap and trade revision includes refunds to cover higher fuel costs

Oregon would return around one-fifth of the revenue expected from cap and trade to households at or below ... The amended bill didn't address complaints by NW Natural, the state's dominant natural gas ... read more

Opponents Of Trade Relief For Uranium Mining Have Unconvincing Case

Early next month the Commerce Department will decide whether to recommend trade relief for the domestic uranium mining ... One could perhaps point to Russia’s cutoff of natural gas and squeezing ... read more

Oregon Cap And Trade Bill Sees Big Changes

“Those who are not using the best technology need more incentive to do so, and higher prices will give ... No Certainty For Natural Gas: One of the most serious objections to the initial cap-and-trade ... read more

Natural Gas Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Could Hold in Range Until Injection Season Begins

With the start of injection season about two weeks away, and weather bouncing between cold and mild, traders may just decide to hold it in a range, which means we could see a choppy two-sided trade. ... read more

AG’s office can proceed with lawsuit against gas drillers

The fees were so high that landowners ... and Anadarko argued the unfair trade practices claim should be dismissed because the law protects only consumers who purchase goods. The landowners in essence ... read more

Smart Gas Metering Systems Market in United Kingdom to witness 12% CAGR between 2018 to 2024

Japan smart gas metering systems market is set to witness high growth owing to subsequent growing consumer interest toward billing transparency coupled with modernization of conventional metering ... read more

Today In Commodities: Quiet Trade

RBOB is approaching $3…a level not seen since last April so expect momentum traders to lift this distillate further if we see a trade above that critical level. Heating oil was higher for the ... No ... read more

Crude Oil, Natural Gas Traders Worried About Demand, While Gold Specs Lift Bullish Bets

May natural gas settled the week at $2.767, down $0.035 or -1.25%. Gold finished higher last week, but the response to the dovish Federal Reserve monetary policy decisions was weak. Gold also ... read more



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