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Quicksilver’s 2Q Revenues Increase as Profits Stumble

Due to a host of items that negatively affected its results, Fort Worth, TX-based Quicksilver Resources Inc. reported second quarter 2003 net income of $1.1 million, or 5 cents per diluted share, a substantial decline from the company’s 2Q2002 results of $3.7 million (18 cents per diluted share).

August 18, 2003

Quicksilver’s 2Q Revenues Increase as Profits Stumble

Due to a host of items that negatively affected its results, Fort Worth, TX-based Quicksilver Resources Inc. reported second quarter 2003 net income of $1.1 million, or 5 cents per diluted share, a substantial decline from the company’s 2Q2002 results of $3.7 million (18 cents per diluted share).

August 14, 2003

Fast Out of Chute Last Week, Bulls Stumble Ahead of Weekend

Despite the gains in the nearby crude oil pit and ahead of the coldest air expected thus far this season, natural gas futures tumbled lower Friday as weak longs headed for the exits ahead of the weekend and the December expiry Tuesday.

November 25, 2002

Selling Interest Dries Up as September Futures Add 3.8 Cents

The September gas futures contract found its footing on Tuesday after Monday’s 18-cent stumble, but struggled to gain much ground in a relatively quiet trading session. The near-month contract ended the day up 3.8 cents to $2.716 with a high of $2.745 and a low of $2.690. October rose 3.5 cents, and the winter strip inched up to $3.436.

August 7, 2002

Enron Possible Takeover Target; Shuts London Broadband Office

Enron Corp.’s incredible stumble in the stock market and continued concerns by the investment community may offer some inroads for other energy companies that have long envied the world’s largest energy trader’s ability to capture and sustain its huge share of the marketplace. Some analysts are even speculating that Enron could possibly become a takeover target, an irony considering it has long been considered the model energy marketer that has set the gold standard for others to follow.

October 26, 2001

CA Utilities Stumble Over Affiliate Rules

California is learning the hard way that yet another earlyoffshoot of more competitive energy markets is the arcane world oftrying to police the activities between state-regulated utilitiesand their unregulated affiliates. Nearing the end of its first yearof dealing with this issue, California is experiencing, at best, anuneasy peace between state regulators and the state’s three majorinvestor-owned utility holding companies.

November 23, 1998