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Natural Gas Futures Open Week Sharply Higher, but Fail to Maintain $6 Handle

Natural Gas Futures Open Week Sharply Higher, but Fail to Maintain $6 Handle

Natural gas futures traded above $6.000/MMBtu to start the week as global supply concerns continued to infiltrate the U.S. gas market. With domestic gas demand at a seasonal low, however, early gains were pared and the November Nymex gas futures contract settled at $5.766, still up a significant 14.7 cents from Friday’s close. Spot gas…

October 4, 2021
Dallas Fed Survey Shows E&P, OFS Execs More Cautious, See Natural Gas, Oil Prices Slipping

Dallas Fed Survey Shows E&P, OFS Execs More Cautious, See Natural Gas, Oil Prices Slipping

Solid growth continued across some of the biggest oil and natural gas production regions in the country during the third quarter, but supply costs are rising and executives are a bit more wary than earlier this year, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said Wednesday. The Dallas Fed, as it is known, collected data across…

October 4, 2021
October Natural Gas Futures Skyrocket Ahead of Expiration, Reach New 2021 High

October Natural Gas Futures Skyrocket Ahead of Expiration, Reach New 2021 High

Natural gas futures sailed higher on Monday, rallying for a third straight session ahead of prompt month expiration and amid a potential global energy supply crunch. The October Nymex contract spiked 56.6 cents day/day and settled at $5.706/MMBtu. October rolls off the board as the prompt month at the close of trading Tuesday. November jumped…

September 27, 2021
FERC, NERC Inquiry into February Freeze Spotlights Natural Gas Failures

FERC, NERC Inquiry into February Freeze Spotlights Natural Gas Failures

Natural gas-fired electric generators made up a majority of the failures identified by FERC during an inquiry into the extreme cold weather that rattled power markets in Texas and the Midwest in February. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, in a joint effort with the North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC), found freezing generator components and…

September 23, 2021
Activity Rises in Permian, Eagle Ford as U.S. Rig Count Climbs on Oil Drilling

Activity Rises in Permian, Eagle Ford as U.S. Rig Count Climbs on Oil Drilling

Increased activity in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale helped push the U.S. rig count nine units higher to 512 during the week ended Friday (Sept. 17), according to the latest data from Baker Hughes Co. (BKR). A 10-rig increase in oil-directed drilling offset a one-rig decline in natural gas-directed rigs in the United…

September 17, 2021
Natural Gas Futures, Cash Prices Soar Above $5.00 as Nicholas Amplifies Production Worries

Natural Gas Futures, Cash Prices Soar Above $5.00 as Nicholas Amplifies Production Worries

Natural gas futures surged on Monday as a new tropical storm threatened to further shake the Gulf of Mexico’s (GOM) production foundation, a development that could hamper supply/demand balances at a time when gas in storage for winter is already light. The October Nymex contract cruised 29.3 cents higher day/day and settled at $5.231/MMBtu. November…

September 13, 2021
Texas Oil, Gas Operators Using Innovations to Reduce Flaring, Methane Emissions

Texas Oil, Gas Operators Using Innovations to Reduce Flaring, Methane Emissions

The Texas energy sector is making substantial progress to reduce methane emissions, with flared natural gas volumes down by almost three-quarters between June 2019 and May, according to an industry-backed report.  The Texas Methane & Flaring Coalition on Wednesday issued the first edition of its Methane & Emissions Report. The coalition, established in December 2019,…

September 10, 2021
Citgo’s Refining Unit in South Texas Disrupted as Covid Cuts Oxygen Supply

Citgo’s Refining Unit in South Texas Disrupted as Covid Cuts Oxygen Supply

Citgo Petroleum Corp. shut down a key component of its Corpus Christi, TX, refinery following an oxygen supply disruption from a vendor because of increased demand from the medical industry. In a filing with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) last Thursday (Sept. 2), Citgo said it shut down the Sulfur Recovery Unit B-Train…

September 3, 2021
Texas Upstream Jobs Sector Expanding, but Threats from Delta Variant Looming

Texas Upstream Jobs Sector Expanding, but Threats from Delta Variant Looming

The Texas oil and natural gas industry through July had seen a continued uptick in job growth, particularly in the Houston area, but the deadly Delta variant of Covid-19 poses near-term threats. An employment analysis of the upstream sector by the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO) showed a net increase of 1,500…

August 30, 2021
BKV Looking to Expand Further after $430M Texas Natural Gas Power Plant Deal

BKV Looking to Expand Further after $430M Texas Natural Gas Power Plant Deal

Natural gas exploration & production (E&P) company Banpu Kalnin Ventures Corp. (BKV) made a splash earlier this month with an announced deal to acquire a natural gas power plant in Temple, TX, for $430 million.  With independent E&Ps largely focused on the upstream, value chain integration has chiefly been the territory of majors and supermajors.…

August 23, 2021
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