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Natural gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising since April 2012.
Why not buy Gazprom while the Ukraine conflict makes it cheap?
It set in motion events that could cause more pain in the weeks ahead.
As long as demand remains inelastic, the industry will pass along costs to the consumer.
Don't trade big until there is clarity on direction and traction.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz pointed to a landmark shift in the administration's energy policy.
Crude oil inventories dropped by 2.4 million barrels, and despite the drawdown, investors were looking for an even larger inventory decline to make up for the glut of supply.
The Energy Information Agency reports crude oil inventories build by 6.6 million barrels in the latest week -- a much larger-than-expected build.
Cindy Wexler doesn't expect natural gas and oil prices to move significantly now because Russia needs the money and Europe needs the resources -- a scenario that will keep the pipelines running.
MLV managing director Michael Peterson says exporting liquefied natural gas to Europe from the U.S. requires huge company capital investment.
North America isn't the world's only LNG source, nor the cheapest.
American Enterprise Institute's Nicholas Eberstadt says rural to urban migration and the unpredictability of social forces will deeply influence the energy industry in China.
Crude inventories built by 100,000 barrels in the latest week, according to the EIA Petroleum Status Report.
WTI Crude oil prices gain, holding above $100 a barrel, as a stronger-than-expected winter continues to push up demand.
MLV & Co. senior energy analyst Michael Peterson says it's important to remember weather events are regional, and despite the Northeast United States' extreme cold, the recent inventories report shows that crude is a global trade.
Paramount Options President Ray Carbone says WTI crude oil prices could be stuck in a $92 to $100 a barrel trading range for the next few weeks.
Independent Energy Trader Cindy Wexler says Wednesday's dip in oil prices could be worse, but a massive draw in distillates offset a further drop.