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I haven't had much interest lately in behemoths like Exxon and Shell, but a key driver could change all that.
Demand is sinking, but prices just keep driving higher -- a trend that looks to persist for the time being.
The gas-to-liquids process could turn our abundant supply of nat gas into distillate fuels.
The upshot of last week's CERA energy conference: Nat gas is where it's at.
How do individual traders compete against firms with resources they can never dream of matching?
Some politicians are linking domestic oil consumption with the power grid, but there's no connection.
You can draw a line from Europe's recession to a hard year for U.S. oil stocks.
Any paper currency is inherently dangerous right now -- look to commodity producers instead.
Takeout rumors have triggered a Valero surge, but given the far-fetched nature of this idea, expect the move to be a one-act show.
Candidates devote a lot of noise to their 'energy policies,' but the sound bites often don't make a bit of sense.
Shell is building a seagoing processing unit that could give it a serious edge.
In the Southwest, here's why high temperatures failed to raise power prices.