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6 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
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Looking around the commodity arena it is of little surprise that oil has fallen below $100/barrel once again and continues to drag down many of the E&P names, which we follow.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Natural gas futures climbed after a stockpile gain fell short of forecasts for a second straight week, a sign the biggest monthly price drop since 2012 is prompting power plants to burn more gas at the expense of coal.
As Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the world's largest oil companies, bet on increasing production from Russia, smaller rivals are boosting crude supplies by exiting foreign fields to focus on booming U.S. wells.
Susser Holdings Corp. held an event Aug. 30 at a Stripes convenience store in Midland, Texas, to tout its retail compressed natural gas offering, according to The Midland Reporter-Telegram .
A liquefied natural gas project planned for Kitimat, B.C., faces an uncertain future after one of its U.S. partners announced plans to get out of the LNG business.
Apache issued its quarterly earnings data on Thursday. The company reported $1.67 earnings per share for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $1.66 by $0.01, Analyst RN reports.
Apache Corp. is heeding advice from activist hedge fund Jana Partners LLC and exiting two costly natural gas projects as it considers selling some or all of its international assets.
Apache Corp, a U.S. oil and gas company under pressure from activist investor Jana Partners, reported lower quarterly profit on Thursday and said it plans to sell its interest in two liquefied natural gas projects .
Based on next year's estimates of $7.22, which drops the P/E down to 14, which is 5 points lower than the industry average.
Discuss the recent rally in fuel cell manufacturers and provide updates on the most recent news driving these names higher.
Futures for U.S. markets are in the green this morning, as geopolitical fears subside.
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