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Rising Costs, Low Gas Prices Seen Taking Time to Play Out

U.S. exploration and production (E&P) companies continue to find themselves “sandwiched in a vise of rising costs and low gas prices” that may take time to play out, an energy analyst said Tuesday.

November 29, 2010

Rising Costs, Low Gas Prices Seen Taking Time to Play Out

U.S. exploration and production (E&P) companies continue to find themselves “sandwiched in a vise of rising costs and low gas prices” that may take time to play out, an energy analyst said Tuesday.

November 29, 2010

Natural Gas Vehicle Fleet Business Coming to Northeast

Clean Vehicle Solutions LLC, based in East Brunswick, NJ, is one of a consortium of companies positioning themselves to serve the East Coast market for fleet vehicle conversions to natural gas, providing an “end-to-end” solution for government and private companies to make the switch to compressed natural gas (CNG) that on average will cut their emissions by 30%.

July 19, 2010

Companies Building Natural Gas Vehicle Fleet Business in Northeast

Clean Vehicle Solutions LLC, based in East Brunswick, NJ, is one of a consortium of companies positioning themselves to serve the East Coast market for fleet vehicle conversions to natural gas, providing an “end-to-end” solution for government and private companies to make the switch to compressed natural gas (CNG) that on average will cut their emissions by 30%.

July 19, 2010

Futures Falter on Hefty Inventory Build; June Loses 6.2 Cents

June natural gas futures lost ground in active inventory report-driven trading Thursday as natural gas bulls found themselves swimming upstream against government storage data that showed a greater-than-expected addition to inventories and continuing upheaval in oil and financial markets.

May 7, 2010

‘Bearish’ Storage Draw, Cold Forecast Leave Futures Virtually Unchanged

Natural gas futures traders on Thursday found themselves caught between opposing fundamentals as a bearish 115 Bcf storage draw report collided with expectations of a wave of lasting wintry cold Friday that was expected to bring heavy snowfalls from Omaha, NE, to Chicago, to Washington, DC, to New York City. The March contract ended up closing the day’s regular session at $5.416, three-tenths of a penny below Wednesday’s finish.

February 5, 2010

‘Bearish’ Storage Draw, Cold Forecast Leave Futures Virtually Unchanged

Natural gas futures traders on Thursday found themselves caught between opposing fundamentals as a bearish 115 Bcf storage draw report collided with expectations of a wave of lasting wintry cold Friday that was expected to bring heavy snowfalls from Omaha, NE, to Chicago, to Washington, DC, to New York City. The March contract ended up closing the day’s regular session at $5.416, three-tenths of a penny below Wednesday’s finish.

February 5, 2010

Futures Push Higher Ahead of Potential Record-Setting Storage Draw

February natural gas futures gained another 14.2 cents on Wednesday as traders positioned themselves for what could be confirmation Thursday morning that last week’s bone-chilling cold resulted in an all-time record natural gas storage withdrawal. The prompt-month contract closed Wednesday’s regular session at $5.733.

January 14, 2010

NRG CEO: Can’t ‘Rely on Gas for Everything’

The plain vanilla merchant power plant developer/operators of the past need to transform themselves into broader renewable, transportation and natural gas fields in the post-carbon world, according to NRG Energy Inc. CEO David Crane, who spoke to financial analysts in Houston Thursday.

November 23, 2009

NOAA: January Still Slightly Warmer than Average

Coming off the exceptionally warm January of last year, U.S. natural gas and electric utilities found themselves a little bit busier this year. While January 2009 proved to be colder than January 2008, temperatures for the contiguous United States last month were still “slightly above” the long-term average, based on records going back to 1895, according to a preliminary analysis by scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, NC.

February 16, 2009