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As crude inventories draw down Spartan Commodity Partners's Alan Harry tells Joe Deaux investors should keep an eye hurricane season.
WTI crude reaches its highest level since March 2012, but BRG Brokerage's Jeffrey Grossman tells Joe Deaux it won't lift much higher.
Gas prices at the pump are headed for $4.25 a gallon, Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux.
As crude inventories draw down on Wednesday, oil could be poised to hit $110 a barrel, SCS Commodities' Tom Reilly tells Joe Deaux.
The stock is playable for anyone who believes oil pricing isn't about to crater.
BP and Royal Dutch Shell look ready to make big moves in the coming weeks.
Dan Dicker suggests to Jim Cramer a few reasons why oil remains highly priced, despite some bearish fundamentals.
Oil rises despite Wednesday's report that inventories rose, but SCS Commodities's Tom Reilly tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux prices could fall.
Oil prices on Tuesday are rising in tandem with equities, and BRG Brokerage's Jeff Grossman offers TheStreet's Joe Deaux his perspective.
Car travel during Memorial Day weekend could set the tone for gas prices the rest of summer, Parity Energy's Jonathan Nejad tells Joe Deaux.
Gas inventories rise while crude oil inventories fall, and SCS Commodities's Tom Reilly tells Joe Deaux what it means for investors.
The IEA is calling for a 'supply shock' in global oil. TheStreet's Dan Dicker tells Joe Deaux how this affects U.S. energy independence.
Production outlook is what matters, and here are my favored names.
These three international names are all solid buys, according to my 'guru' stock strategies.
Natural gas opportunities are just beginning to surface -- and the pipelines are one of the sturdiest options.
We won't see innovation and progress until the market rewards companies that take the risk.
A daily view on energy and agricultural commodities, including global economic and dollar news.
Even if you missed the chance to cash out at the September highs.
The Saudis, the U.S. and other countries are ratcheting up economic and military pressure on Iran.
Here are three oil companies that my Dreman-based strategy considers good contrarian investments.
US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.
High-dividend stocks continue to be a valuable component of any investment portfolio.
Here's what the proposed XL Pipeline project would and would not do.
Shell may build a plant that converts natural gas to diesel and that would be a mistake says Jim Cramer.
For me, the most interesting names are those unafraid to invest in natural gas production. Here's my top pick.
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.