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  • Blackstone's $2B Nat Gas Investment

    Blackstone is investing $2 billion towards the construction of a plant to export natural gas with Cheniere Energy.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: High Oil Prices Seen Impeding Economic Recovery

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a look at how the surge in oil prices, despite Monday's pause, could impede the economic recovery in the U.S. and around the world.

  • Cramer interviews CEO Andrew Littlefair.

  • As gas prices climb, Cramer thinks Washington will embrace nat gas-powered vehicles. Westport Innovations CEO David Demers shows off one of his own.

  • Clean Energy CEO: Fueling the Nation's Highways

    Andrew Littlefair, Clean Engergy Fuels CEO, discusses building out natural gas fueling stations along major U.S. trucking corridors, with Mad Money's Cramer.

  • Westport CEO on Future of Natural Gas

    David Demers, Westport Innovations CEO, discusses the future of alternative energy and natural gas powered engines, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.

  • Cramer Puts CONSOL Energy on the 'Sell Block'

    Mad Money's Jim Cramer explains why selling CONSOL Energy is one of the easiest calls he's ever made. Coal and natural gas are in the doghouse, and when investors understand the weakness in commodities, they'll understand why this stock can't be owned.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: What's Driving Oil?

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The impact of Iran on oil's recent climb.

  • EIA Natural Gas Inventories

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs has this week's data on natural gas demand and production.

  • Obama's Keystone Decision Irrational: Devon Energy CEO

    Insight on why President Obama's decision on the Keystone Pipeline was "irrational," and how America can become energy-sufficient, with John Richels, Devon Energy president & CEO, and Mad Money host Jim Cramer.

  • Pickens: Cheapest Energy in World in U.S.

    "We're a country awash in natural gas," says Boone Pickens, BP Capital Management.

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    A warm winter is chilling natural gas prices. A huge supply glut and warmer than normal temperatures are keeping natural gas prices at decade lows. For that reason, analysts say the year's lows could be yet to come and prices could break down through the $2 per million BTUs level, sometime this spring, before heading higher.

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    Natural gas futures were higher Tuesday, but analyst say the year's low may be yet to be seen as abundant supply and a warm winter keep the pressure on prices. In fact, some analysts say the price could break $2 per million BTUs before it moves higher.

  • Nat Gas Rises 4%

    How to trade rising nat gas prices, with Dan Dicker, president at Merc Bloc.

  • Bullish Play on Nat Gas Stocks?

    Discussing the best way to play natural gas, on the heels of Chesapeake's production cuts, with Dan Dicker, MercBloc president.

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    Traders are bidding up natural gas prices after an executive from Chesapeake Energy spacer reiterated that low prices may force the company to significantly cut gas production.

  • Nat Gas Inventories Slide

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a look at the natural gas inventory report, indicating that inventories dipped 78 BCF.

  • How Low Can Natural Gas Prices Go?

    Insight on where natural gas prices are headed as fracking and moderate winter temperatures have contributed to a surplus, with Robert Raymond, RR Advisors, principle/founder and CNBC's Gary Kaminsky.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: Oil Tops $99 a Barrel

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.

  • Bob Dudley, the Executive Director of BP, arrives at their headquarters in St James's Square on July 26, 2010 in London, England.

    BP will continue its raised dividend policy on the back of higher profits for the oil company as long as oil prices continue their upward trajectory, the company's CEO Bob Dudley told CNBC Tuesday.