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Fundamentals Debated as Profit-Taking Results in Futures Decline

Despite nearly a perfect storm of industry mishaps that could impair domestic natural gas supply down the road, the July futures contract on Tuesday was repelled by resistance at $5 once again before closing the day’s regular session at $4.808, down 10.8 cents from Monday’s finish.

June 9, 2010

NGVs Gain Congressional Support

The drive to put natural gas on the road has influential congressional supporters, Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-OK, said last Wednesday, commenting on testimony by the head of a natural gas vehicle coalition before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

March 29, 2010

NGVs Gain Congressional Support

The drive to put natural gas on the road has influential congressional supporters, Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-OK, said Wednesday, commenting on testimony by the head of a natural gas vehicle coalition before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

March 25, 2010

NGVs Gain Congressional Support

The drive to put natural gas on the road has influential congressional supporters, Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-OK, said Wednesday, commenting on testimony by the head of a natural gas vehicle coalition before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

March 25, 2010

Report: 17 Million NGVs on World’s Roads by 2015

The natural gas vehicle (NGV) industry is poised for a period of growth that could put 7.3 million new NGVs on the road worldwide by 2015, a 75% increase from the current 9.7 million NGVs in operation, according to a report from Boulder, CO-based Pike Research.

October 21, 2009

NEB: Gas Prices On ‘Independent Course’

Natural gas and oil prices are on separate paths and liable to keep on diverging for the foreseeable future, according to Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB).

July 27, 2009

NEB: Gas, Oil Prices to Continue their Separate Ways

Natural gas and oil prices are on separate paths and liable to keep on diverging for the foreseeable future, according to Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB).

July 27, 2009

People

The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC) elected Sandy Jones chairman and David King vice chairman. A road construction business founder and owner from the southwestern part of the state, Jones joined the PRC Jan. 1, 2007. Jones said he wants to help small businesses “thrive,” which he claims will create jobs and allow the state to retain more of its young citizens. King is a third generation New Mexican from the family that operates the King Ranch in South Texas. King is a veteran of local, state and federal government positions and has served three previous governors in New Mexico.

January 14, 2009

Futures Trickle Lower But Rebound Could Be in Sight

Front-month natural gas futures continued to hover around its five-and-a-half-dollar purgatory on Wednesday as the bears appear to be running out of road while the bulls lack the fuel for a sustained push higher. January natural gas on the day appeared to make a run at the upside with a $5.850 high and the downside with a $5.486 low before closing at $5.619, down 13.2 cents from Tuesday.

December 18, 2008

Energy Industry Urged to Invest in Innovation, Partnerships

Following years of record commodity prices and profits, the oil and natural gas industry is now traveling a bumpy road. The U.S. economy is weaker, the public’s climate change fears are high, access to reserves is tighter, output is lower and the workforce is smaller and getting older. For a smoother ride, energy executives urged their peers last week to invest in technology, build on efficiency measures and begin partnering with stakeholders around the world.

February 18, 2008