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Planned production cuts by US natural gas firms will not be enough to keep natural gas prices supported this year, and analysts say that record storage levels and mild weather could push New York Me...
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US President Barack Obama has announced his plan to nominate Deutsche Bank's Adam Sieminski as head of the Energy Information Administration
Saudi Aramco’s new trading unit, Aramco Trading, could become a serious competitor in the refined product space and boost volumes at the Dubai Mercantile Exchange, say analysts
The US rejection of TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline will hinder the development of the Alberta oil sands, while making the option of exporting crude to Asia more attractive for Canada,...
Despite an uncertain global backdrop, energy companies in Asia retain a positive outlook for 2012, finds a survey commissioned by Standard Chartered Bank
Brent crude's representation in commodity indexes is set to increase as a result of the annual rebalancing of contracts that takes place during this week
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WTI-Brent spread volatility disrupts hedging programmes
The developing situation in Iran will continue to be the biggest short-term driver of oil prices, as the EU prepares to potentially join the US in sanctions on Iranian crude and the closure of the s...
Energy-intensive companies are reluctant to pursue aggressive hedging programmes in the current market environment, where headlines are having a disproportionate effect on prices compared with the f...
On the back of further regulatory approvals, the creation of the largest competitive energy provider in the US is now looming ever closer
Regulation and credit are two of the biggest challenges facing energy trading companies in 2012, says James Davies at Trayport.
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