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  • Energy’s Future Is Looking Pretty Sunny
    Bloomberg4 hours ago

    Energy’s Future Is Looking Pretty Sunny

    It’s a wealth of data not just on what people do in energy, but also on where employers foresee growth and hiring tightness. A few trends jump out — including that, even in the oil patch, services jobs are a growth industry. In order to explore that services dynamic, it’s important to start with the scale of employment in the three main fuels sectors: oil, gas and coal.

  • Benzinga5 hours ago

    Cyclone Veronica - Days, Possibly Weeks, Of Shipping Delays

    All ocean shipping, port and cargo operations remain shut at the world's two largest dry bulk ports, Hedland and Dampier, owing to the passage of Severe Tropical Cyclone Veronica. Major liquefied natural gas export facilities along the north western Australian coast have also suspended operations. It's the fourth consecutive day of suspended operations as Cyclone Veronica is moving very slowly.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Bahrain LNG terminal to start commercial operations in May

    Bahrain's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal will start commercial operations in May, with the first LNG shipment to be imported mostly from the UAE's ADNOC, state media quoted the CEO of Bahrain’s National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) as saying. Bahrain LNG is the developer of the receiving and regasification terminal within the Khalifa bin Salman Port facility in Hidd, Bahrain, Bahrain LNG's website says. Bahrain's first LNG floating storage unit is anchored in the United Arab Emirates' Fujairah port, Refinitiv Eikon data shows.

  • Natural Gas Falls After Smaller-than-Average Supply Decrease
    Zacks6 hours ago

    Natural Gas Falls After Smaller-than-Average Supply Decrease

    Daily natural gas consumption fell 6.2% to 91.3 Bcf primarily due to weaker residential/commercial sector demand amid higher-than-normal temperatures in California and the U.S. Northeast.

  • Natural Gas Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Could Hold in Range Until Injection Season Begins
    FX Empire9 hours ago

    Natural Gas Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Could Hold in Range Until Injection Season Begins

    As far as today is concerned, the direction of the market is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the 50% level at $2.745. A sustained move over this level will indicate the presence of buyers. A sustained move under this level will mean the selling pressure is increasing. If the selling is strong enough to take out $2.709 with conviction then look for the start of a steep sell-off.

  • European Equities: It’s Looking Dicey Ahead of the Open
    FX Empire16 hours ago

    European Equities: It’s Looking Dicey Ahead of the Open

    Risk aversion hit the Asian markets early, pulling the European and U.S futures into the red. Bond yields did the damage, as bond yields tumbled.

  • China's February LNG imports fell from January record as winter demand eased
    Reuters16 hours ago

    China's February LNG imports fell from January record as winter demand eased

    China imported 4.35 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in February, down from the previous month's record level, the General Administration of Customs said on Saturday, as demand eased towards the end of the peak winter heating season. For the first two months, gas demand was up 19.7 percent from a year ago, to 10.92 million tonnes. China imported 6.58 million tonnes in January.

  • China's February LNG imports fell from January record as winter demand eased
    Reuters16 hours ago

    China's February LNG imports fell from January record as winter demand eased

    China imported 4.35 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in February, down from the previous month's record level, the General Administration of Customs said on Saturday, as demand eased towards the end of the peak winter heating season. For the first two months, gas demand was up 19.7 percent from a year ago, to 10.92 million tonnes. China imported 6.58 million tonnes in January.

  • Reuters18 hours ago

    Shell ships first condensate cargo from Prelude off Western Australia

    Royal Dutch Shell on Monday said it had shipped the first condensate cargo from its Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project off northwestern Australia over the weekend. "We can confirm that the first shipment of condensate has sailed from the Shell-operated Prelude FLNG facility. Shell had hoped to start generating cash flow from Prelude in 2018, but has yet to start shipping LNG from the project, which was to have been the world's first floating LNG facility but was beaten by Malaysia's Petronas.

  • Even $45 Billion Can’t Keep PetroChina’s Wells Gushing
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    Even $45 Billion Can’t Keep PetroChina’s Wells Gushing

    Faced with a declining reserve base and a government mandate to increase domestic production, PetroChina went on a spending splurge last year. Its 256 billion yuan ($38 billion) in capital expenditures in 2018 was more than was spent by BP Plc, Chevron Corp. and ConocoPhillips put together. In reporting annual results Thursday, PetroChina announced plans to further raise the total to 301 billion yuan this year, or $45 billion.

  • Oilprice.comyesterday

    Russia, U.S. Compete For Asian LNG Market Share

    As Trump doubles down on his energy ambitions, Russia is not-so-quietly positioning itself to become the ‘go-to’ LNG provider for the Asia Pacific region

  • The Week Ahead – Brexit, Trade Talks, the Mueller Report and Stats in Focus
    FX Empireyesterday

    The Week Ahead – Brexit, Trade Talks, the Mueller Report and Stats in Focus

    Brexit, U.S – China trade talks, the Robert Mueller Report and a mass of economic data will provide the markets with plenty to consider in the week ahead.

  • Natural Gas Price Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Will Traders Defend the Range, or Continue to Exert Downside Pressure?
    FX Empireyesterday

    Natural Gas Price Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Will Traders Defend the Range, or Continue to Exert Downside Pressure?

    Setting aside the fundamentals for a minute, the direction of the May natural gas futures market this week will be determined by whether traders decide to hold the market in a trading range, or let it find new support.The main range is $2.592 to $2.897. Its retracement zone at $2.745 to $2.709 was tested successfully last week when buyers came in at $2.730 on Friday.

  • Crude Oil, Natural Gas Traders Worried About Demand, While Gold Specs Lift Bullish Bets
    FX Empire2 days ago

    Crude Oil, Natural Gas Traders Worried About Demand, While Gold Specs Lift Bullish Bets

    After weeks of liquidation, professional money managers may have started to return to the long-side of the gold market. According to the latest government data, gold speculators lifted their bullish bets after three down weeks.

  • Oilprice.com2 days ago

    Can Summer Save LNG Demand?

    With Asian LNG spot prices reaching the lowest point in three years, other regions are going to need to step up to meet US ballooning production

  • Keep an Eye on Yen Flows Threat for Next Week
    FX Empire2 days ago

    Keep an Eye on Yen Flows Threat for Next Week

    A very busy week of multiple financial risk events concluded with a tremendous sell-off throughout global markets on Friday. Factors behind the decline range from a dire economic release in Germany fueling further fears over an impending global economic slowdown

  • The Weekly Wrap – Brexit, the FED and Economic Data Drove the Majors
    FX Empire3 days ago

    The Weekly Wrap – Brexit, the FED and Economic Data Drove the Majors

    While a Brexit extension cut the Pound’s losses for the week, risk aversion and a yield curve inversion drove demand for the Greenback and the Yen.

  • Natural Gas Price Prediction – Prices Drop on Warm Weather Forecast
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Natural Gas Price Prediction – Prices Drop on Warm Weather Forecast

    Strong production weighs on prices

  • Crude Oil Price Forecast – Crude oil markets have a rough Friday
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Crude Oil Price Forecast – Crude oil markets have a rough Friday

    Crude oil markets fell rather hard on Friday as economic numbers came out of Germany and the United States both suggesting a potential recession. Beyond that, we may have simply had a bit of profit taking at the end of the week.

  • Natural Gas Price Forecast – Natural gas markets test 200 day EMA
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Natural Gas Price Forecast – Natural gas markets test 200 day EMA

    Natural gas markets fell rather hard during the trading session on Friday, reaching down towards the $2.73 level. Looking at the chart, you can see that we have clearly bounced rather hard once we touch that area, but this is a market that has clear bias of being range bound.

  • Gold Price Forecast – Gold markets grind higher on Friday
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Gold Price Forecast – Gold markets grind higher on Friday

    The gold market fell a bit initially during the trading session on Friday, but then saw a bit of a recovery. However, we still have a significant amount of resistance above, as we had tested the bottom of the uptrend line from previous trading on Thursday.

  • GBP/USD Price Forecast – British pound finds a reprieve on Friday
    FX Empire3 days ago

    GBP/USD Price Forecast – British pound finds a reprieve on Friday

    The British pound fell initially during trading on Friday but has seen a significant amount of buying pressure underneath as the EU offered the United Kingdom a bit of an extension.

  • GBP/USD Daily Price Forecast – Sluggish and Rangebound Pattern
    FX Empire3 days ago

    GBP/USD Daily Price Forecast – Sluggish and Rangebound Pattern

    GBP/USD Pair gained strength on a two-week Brextension. Pair strongly consolidating and providing no clear direction.

  • Benzinga3 days ago

    Hydrogen Fuel Cells – Part Of The Solution To Reduce Maritime Industry Emissions?

    In the maritime industry, the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) decision to limit bunker fuel sulfur emissions to 0.5 percent by 2020 is a move that would affect the bottom line of every shipping company in the business. Not only is this regulation going to affect global fuel extraction and refining, but it would also exact a toll on the container vessels that would either have to change engines or put in sulfur scrubbers at its exhaust to comply with the new directives. Of late, hydrogen fuel cells have found a level of adoption in truck fleets and within confined spaces like ports, airports and warehouses where hydrogen-powered forklifts help reduce emissions.

  • Growth Fears Compounded By Weak Data, Brexit Delay Granted, Xi Jinping Goes To Italy
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Growth Fears Compounded By Weak Data, Brexit Delay Granted, Xi Jinping Goes To Italy

    Growth fears weigh on equities as weak data and trade worry compounds negative sentiment.