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Incase you missed it- Natural Gas Storage Report Injection Season Through Week 2 (Week Ending April 10, 2015)

The second week of the injection season saw another bearish number, with the injection coming in at 63 BCF, slightly above market expectations of a 55 BCF addition.  272 more words

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Natural Gas Prices Might Test Resistance of $2.75 MMBtu

Weather estimates in the northern states are expected to be warm. However, a cooler climate is expected in the western and Midwest parts of the US in the second half of April 2015. 100 more words

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Denver Post Op-Ed: Oil Exports Ban Should be Lifted

In a Denver Post editorial published on April 12, the writers echo the opinion of many supporters of the United States lifting the ban on crude oil exports… 90 more words

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In New Jersey, open space sacrificed for cheaper natural gas

Open space is a rare commodity in New Jersey, the most densely populated state in the country.

The New Jersey Conservation Foundation says a proposed natural gas pipeline could cut through about 4,500 acres of undeveloped land preserved with public dollars. 60 more words

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Why Cheap Natural Gas Could Be Here To Stay

While everyone is watching oil prices bounce around at low levels, natural gas prices are also at their lowest levels in years.

via Why Cheap Natural Gas Could Be Here To Stay.

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EIA Predicts Natural Gas Production Starts Declining In May - The United States Natural Gas ETF, LP (NYSEARCA:UNG)

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EIA Drilling Productivity Report for May forecasts natural gas production in the seven largest shale basins will decline overall by 23 million cubic feet per day. 175 more words

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Shale Oil Boom Could End in May After Price Collapse

The shale oil boom that pushed U.S. crude production to the highest level in four decades is grinding to a halt.

Output from the prolific tight-rock formations such as North Dakota’s Bakken shale will decline 57,000 barrels a day in May, the Energy Information Administration said Monday. 168 more words

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