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Storage, Production & Freeze-offs, Oh My! Arctic Blasts Drive Balance-Winter NatGas Prices Up Avg. 32 Cents

With weather forecasters throwing out words like “arctic blasts” and “sub-freezing conditions”, natural gas traders finally took notice of the cold weather that has blanketed the United States since Christmas and is expected to last through at least the first week of January. February natural gas forward prices rose an average 35 cents from Dec. 22 to 28, while March shot up an average 29 cents, according to NGI’s Forward Look. Read More

Chevron Touts Permian Power

U.S. onshore results may have been lost in the weak second quarter performance by Chevron Corp., but the No. 2 U.S. producer had a strong story to tell about its onshore portfolio, particularly the venerable Permian Basin. Read More