Natural Gas Intelligence
- Natural Gas Forwards Reflect Battle Between Short-Term Demand, Long-Term Supply Losses
- EIA Delivers Bearish Storage Data, but Natural Gas Traders Cautious in Sending Futures Lower
- Double-Digit Capex Cuts Continuing for E&Ps, OFS Sectors
- West Virginia Governor Signs Bill to Protect Pipelines, 'Critical Infrastructure'
- California Utilities Urged to Step Up Wildfire Mitigation
- Black Bear Snaps Up Enbridge’s Ozark Natural Gas Business
- Patterson-UTI Capex Down 60% and Murphy Slices More; ExxonMobil Pushing PPE Manufacturing to Combat Covid-19
- EIA Storage Data Highlights Demand Destruction, but Uncertainty Looms Over Duration
- Barclays Aiming for Net Zero Emissions by 2050, Portfolio Realignment to Start with Energy Sector
- Wilks Brothers Scooping Up Bankrupt Carbo Ceramics
- Chesapeake, Total Prevail in Ohio Royalties Lawsuit
- Natural Gas Steady as EIA Data Could Show ‘First Solid Indication’ of Covid-19’s Effects
- Another Down Day for Natural Gas Futures Ahead of Highly Anticipated EIA Report
- Global Oil, Gas Operators Continue Hunkering Down as Pandemic Hovers
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has vetoed a bill that would have provided a tax credit for using state-produced natural gas to make petrochemicals or fertilizer.
Covid-19 is continuing to cast its dark shadow across the energy sector, as more layoffs are announced and further reductions to capital spending marred the end to the first quarter.
With social distancing orders in place across the world amid the coronavirus pandemic, innovation has been at the forefront of the latest relief efforts by the oil and natural gas industry to assist communities in need.
Covid-19 is continuing to cast its dark shadow across the energy sector, as more layoffs are announced...
See-saw price action continued in the natural gas futures market Tuesday, with the prompt month relinquishing overnight gains as mild weather and Covid-19 demand destruction weighed down the front of the curve. The May Nymex contract traded as high as $1.731/MMBtu but went on to settle at $1.640, down 5.0 cents.