Natural Gas Prices:

WSJ: Permian Nat Gas Output Surging, Could Add to Glut

The oil-rich Permian Basin is emerging as a major source of new natural gas, a development that could deepen an existing glut and pressure gas prices for years. The West Texas region has become the…

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PA Royalty Owners Want Wells Shut Down When Payments Cease

At the annual meeting of Pennsylvania’s natural gas royalty owners association last month, attorney Robert Burnett told frustrated landowners that when the royalty checks stop coming, it is time to take a hard line. Examples…

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Marcellus, Utica Gas Drillers Get More Bang for Their Buck

Natural gas drillers in America’s biggest shale play are getting more bang for their buck than ever before. Thanks to new pipelines and technological advances, producers in the Northeast can now tailor their output to…

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Speakers: Oil Companies Adjust to New Reality

The oil and natural gas industry over the past decade has undergone a fundamental shift that has altered industry, commerce and global politics, speakers said Thursday at the University of Oklahoma Energy Symposium. “The shale…

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Permian Boom Bad News for Nat Gas Bulls, Analysts Say

A drilling surge in America’s hottest oil play may prove to be a pitfall for natural gas bulls. As explorers extract crude from the Permian shale in West Texas, they’re also producing gas. A jump…

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Analysts: Trump’s Mexico Feud Could Hurt Nat Gas Prices

Analysts at  Tudor Pickering Holt & Co. and Again Capital LLC are warning that U.S. natural gas prices could fall up to 40 percent if President Donald Trump’s feud with Mexico develops into an all-out…

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