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Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis Our analysis is based on comparing GAIL (India) Ltd. with the following peers – Centrica plc, Ascopiave S.p.A., BP p.l.c. and Oil company LUKOIL PJSC (CNA-GB, ASC-IT, BP-GB and LKOH-GB). GAIL (India) Ltd.’s dividend yield is 1.94 percent and its dividend payout is 44.24 percent. This compares to a peer average ... Read more (Read more...)
Geopolitical tensions are once again impacting oil markets, but with so much spare production capacity around the globe, the effect has been muted
With the new lower-for-longer oil price environment and the rise of renewable energy, natural gas is set to become a key bridge fuel in the energy mix
Oil majors are most likely to diversify into Petrochemicals within the next 10 to 15 years as demand for conventional fuels is nearing a peak
Oil Prices rose on Tuesday afternoon after the U.S. API reported a strong draw to crude inventories and a moderate build in gasoline stocks
United States LNG has seen a boom over the past 15 years, but without final investment agreements being solidified, the growth could soon stall
Natural gas prices whipsawed on Tuesday moving higher initially but were unable to hold higher levels and closed near the lows. Warmer than normal weather is expected to cover most of the United States for the next 8-14 days except for the southeast, which is expected to experience cooling than normal temperatures. Prices Attempted to … Continue reading Natural Gas Price Analysis for October 18, 2017
Geopolitical risk from Iraq and Iran pushed oil prices higher on Thursday, but these gains were short lived as market fundamentals kicked in
Don’t mess with Texas. Although the White House is leading a campaign to burn more coal, states and utilities are largely ignoring the call. In April, West Virginia rebuffed efforts by Democratic governor Jim Justice to revive its moribund coal industry. On Oct. 13, Texas announced it, too, was turning to renewables. The retirement of…
LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - "The resiliency of the nation's electric grid is threatened by the premature retirements of power plants that can withstand major fuel supply disruptions caused by natural or man-made disasters," the U.S. Department of Energy warned last week. Fuel security is the crux of the argument made by U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry in proposing a new grid resiliency pricing rule to save coal-fired and nuclear power plants from closure. "Fuel-secure resources are indispensable for the reliability and resiliency of our electric grid," the Department of Energy wrote in its justification for the proposed rule, which was gazetted in the Federal Register on Oct. 10.
Investing.com - Crude oil prices remained supported on Tuesday, as escalating violence between Iraqi troops and Kurdish forces near Kirkuk sparked concerns over potential supply disruptions in the region, while investors eyed upcoming U.S. inventory data.
One of the world’s major importers of energy products has decided to launch a major funding program for international natural gas projects
On October 13, the US Energy Information Administration (or EIA) released its weekly US natural gas inventory report.
From October 9–16, 2017, our list of natural gas–weighted stocks fell 2.4% compared to a 4.0% rise in natural gas's (GASL) (GASX) November futures.
November natural gas (UGAZ)(DGAZ) futures contracts fell 1.13% to $2.96 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) in NYMEX electronic trading at 2:05 AM EST on October 16.
Gold The gold market showcased a bit of strength in the Monday’s session, as it hovered above the important $1300 level. The bullish sentiment in the market is likely to continue as the 24-hour exponential moving average is acting as a dynamic support. The next target for this market is $1325 level and is more likely … Continue reading Commodities Daily Forecast – October 17, 2017
Natural gas prices tumbled early in the session then rebounded later before closing lower as traders played a pair of key technical retracement levels. December Natural Gas settled at $3.108, down $0.052 or -1.65%. The catalyst behind the selling pressure were weather forecasts showing a return to mild weather after a cold spell in the … Continue reading Natural Gas Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Bearish Specs Betting Warmer Weather Will Reduce Early-Winter Demand
December West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures rallied on Monday to its highest level since September 29, putting it in a position to challenge the last main top at $53.11. The catalyst behind the rally was a new Iraq conflict that threatens output. Iraqi forces moved on Sunday and Monday to take controls of oil … Continue reading Crude Oil Price Update – Actual Cut in Output Would Send Prices Soaring Through $53.11
December Comex High Grade Copper futures soared to their highest level on more than three-years on renewed optimism over China’s economic outlook. Prices in New York started higher early in the session after copper on the London Metal Exchange jumped 2.9 percent, touching an August 2014 high. The rally was primarily supported by upbeat economic … Continue reading Comex High Grade Copper Price Futures (HG) Technical Analysis – Rally Extends Over $3.2415, Weakens Under $3.2245
US dry natural gas production rose by 3 Bcf (billion cubic feet) per day to 75.9 Bcf per day in July 2017—compared with the previous month.
US natural gas (UNG)(DGAZ) futures contracts for November delivery rose 0.67% to $3 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) on October 13.
Natural gas prices whipsawed on Monday first moving lower and testing support and then rebounding higher but still closing down 1.50% on the session. After weeks of warmer than normal weather forecast by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, the forecast is now for normal weather for most of the country, which allowed prices to gain … Continue reading Natural Gas Price Analysis for October 17, 2017