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Wednesday, 04/03/2019

March 26, 2019 – Reuters

U.S. oil projects begin to falter as producers curb spending

By Collin Eaton, Devika Krishna Kumar and Laila Kearney

HOUSTON (Reuters) - The number of pipeline and storage terminal projects proposed to move shale to the U.S. Gulf Coast has dwindled amid steps by oil producers to pare exploration spending…

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Wednesday, 04/03/2019

March 14, 2019 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Natural Gas Futures Rally for Third Straight Day, But Upside Said Limited

By Jeremiah Shelor

After the market initially expressed some disappointment over a large inventory withdrawal that came in on the bearish side of consensus, natural gas futures finished higher for the third straight session Thursday.

In the spot market, chilly temperatures on tap for the weekend supported gains across the Midwest, Midcontinent and Texas; the NGI Spot Gas ...

Wednesday, 04/03/2019

February 22, 2019 – Oil & Gas Journal

CSIS speakers expect stable oil supplies, unstable prices in 2019

By Nick Snow

Stable supplies and unstable prices will characterize global oil markets during 2019, speakers generally agreed during a Feb. 21 discussion at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

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Tuesday, 02/12/2019

January 31, 2019 – The Wall Street Journal

Oil Trains Make Comeback as Pipeline Bottlenecks Worsen

By Rebecca Elliott and Paul Ziobro

The use of trains to carry crude is surging after dropping in recent years amid concerns about safety, as drillers in parts of North America produce more oil than area pipelines can accommodate.

An average of 718,000 barrels of crude a day traversed America’s railways as of October, the latest data available, an 88% increase from a year earlier, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. That...

Tuesday, 02/12/2019

January 29, 2019 – Real Money

Energy Stocks in Focus on 'Mad Money' - Valero Looks Promising

By Bruce Kamich

During Monday night's Mad Money program on CNBC, Jim Cramer sat down with Rusty Braziel, president and CEO of RBN Energy for the latest read on the energy markets. Braziel said investors shouldn't fret the instability in Venezuela, as that country only produces a little over 500,000 barrels of oil a day for the U.S.

While the elimination of that oil may be bad news for the likes of Valero Energy (VLO) or Chevron (...

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