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Is September A NG Bear's Month?: Analysis Of Current Working Gas Storage Data

By A Farmer: According to US Energy Information Administration's [EIA] newly released report (Thursday, Sep 11th, 2014), working gas (dry natural gas) in storage was 2,801 Bcf (Billion cubic feet) as of Friday, September 5th, 2014. This represents a net increase of 92 Bcf from the previous week. Show More Summary

Forecasted North Sea Oil Production

How much can an independent Scotland rely upon? The U.S. Energy Information Administration has just released its International Energy Outlook. Figure 1: Norway and offshore UK Oil production in millions of barrels (black), North Sea oil production, actual through 2013 and forecast (blue), and high and low price forecasts. Source: EIA. EIA does not report […]

Lawmakers to HHS: Why Are Ebola Warnings Getting More Dire?

Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee are calling on the Department of Health and Human Services for more information about administration’s assertion that the Ebola outbreak is worsening and what is being done to protect the U.S. Show More Summary

Solar Growth Beat Out Natural Gas In First Half Of 2014

New figures from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) released earlier this week concluded that natural gas leads solar in terms of new power plant capacity — a fact that is indisputable, but a fact that doesn’t tell the whole story. Show More Summary

Trading Strategy In September: Analysis Of Current Working Gas Storage Data

By A Farmer: According to US Energy Information Administration EIA's newly released report (Thursday, Sep 4th, 2014), working gas (dry natural gas) in storage was 2,709 Bcf (Billion cubic feet) as of Friday, August 29th, 2014. This represents a net increase of 79 Bcf from the previous week. Show More Summary

Natural Gas Approaches Lower End Of Range After Unsuccessful Run Above $4

By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Natural gas was last trading down by more than 1 percent to $3.80/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators injected 79 billion cubic feet into storage last week, above the 75 to 77 bcf most analysts were expecting. Show More Summary

Updated Arizona energy profile

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has updated Arizona’s state profile with new monthly data and analysis. According to the message they sent me, "the updated information includes price, supply, and consumption data for...Show More Summary

Occidental Petroleum - Divestment And Investment Play

By Alpha Strategist: The Permian Basin is one of the most productive oil fields in the U.S. Moreover, the U.S. Energy Information Administration ((NYSEMKT:EIA)) believes that the Permian Basin is one of the three onshore oil fields that are driving the U.S oil boom that have been producing at least 1 million barrels of oil per day. Show More Summary

Balanced Supply And Demand: Analysis Of Current Working Gas Storage Data

By A Farmer: According to US Energy Information Administration EIA's newly released report (Thursday, Aug 28, 2014), working gas (dry natural gas) in storage was 2,630 Bcf (Billion cubic feet) as of Friday, August 22nd, 2014. This represents a net increase of 75 Bcf from the previous week. Show More Summary

Trading Opportunities As NG Price Looks Clueless: Analysis Of Current Working Gas Storage Data

By A Farmer: According to US Energy Information Administration EIA's newly released report (Thursday, Aug 21, 2014), working gas (dry natural gas) in storage was 2,555 Bcf (Billion cubic feet) as of Friday, August 15th, 2014. This represents a net increase of 88 Bcf from the previous week. Show More Summary

Is American Energy Dominance the New Normal?

The Energy Information Administration just released a report that shows the U.S. is the world's leading petroleum producer for the 18th straight month. This article highlights the causes of America's energy boom, whether it can continue, and what that means for both the economy and your wallet.

US to Release Reports on Crude Oil Export Issues

The U.S. Energy Information Administration plans to release two reports in September examining some of the issues surrounding a potential end to the nation's decades-old ban on most crude oil exports,

Where We Are Now? - Analysis Of Current Weekly (August-08) EIA Working Gas Storage Data

By A Farmer: According to US Energy Information Administration EIA's newly released report (Thursday, Aug 14, 2014), working gas (dry natural gas) in storage was 2,467 Bcf (Billion cubic feet) as of Friday, August 8th, 2014. This represents a net increase of 78 Bcf from the previous week. Show More Summary

Smaller Natural Gas Inventory Build Is Not Bullish

By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Natural gas was last trading up by more than 2 percent to $3.91/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators injected 78 billion cubic feet into storage last week, below the 81 to 85 bcf range of analyst estimates. Show More Summary

Another U.S. Energy Milestone: U.S. Was The World's Largest Petroleum Producer In April For The 18th Straight Month

By Mark J. Perry: (click to enlarge) The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released new data this week on international energy production for the month of April, and here are some highlights of that update: 1. For the 18th month in a row starting in November 2012, "Saudi America" took the top spot again in April as the No. Show More Summary

GASOLINE PRICES EXPECTED TO FALL

TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON - The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects the monthly average retail gasoline price to diminish through the end of 2014, despite ongoing unrest in Iraq. In its monthly Short-Term Energy Outlook released on Tuesday, the report projects that gas prices will drop from its recent peak of $3.69 per gallon in June […]

Energy eclipse: 5 ways China is on the rise

There are a lot of people in China, and, apparently, these days, a lot of those lots of people are thinking in depth about energy issues. According to the Energy Information Administration, China’s lots of people led to one major feat: They are now the largest energy producer and the largest energy consumer in the Continue reading ?

Is This Trend a Killer for Oil and Gas?

Very interesting research released last week by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that the domestic E&P sector may be headed for some difficult times.

We Need A Faster Refill Rate To Reach EIA's Target - Analysis Of Current Weekly (August-01) EIA Working Gas Storage Data

By A Farmer: According to US Energy Information Administration EIA's newly released report on Thursday, Aug 07, 2014, working gas (dry natural gas) in storage was 2,389 Bcf (Billion cubic feet) as of Friday, August 1st, 2014. This represents a net increase of 82 Bcf from the previous week. Show More Summary

NatGas Selling Window Opens As Prices Rally After Inventory Deficit Widens

By Hard Assets Investor: By Sumit Roy Natural gas inventories rose by 82 bcf last week, close to expectations. Natural gas was last trading up by less than 1 percent to $3.96/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported...Show More Summary

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