Oil and Gas Natural Gas Prices

  • NY keeps red light on fracking

    Karen Moreau, NY State Petroleum Council executive director, discusses New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's indecisive sentiment on fracking, which could create many job opportunities in the state.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Retail & business inventories

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Energy inventory numbers are coming, and while things look bearish for oil, they should be bullish for nat gas.

  • Pressure building in gold: Pro

    We are seeing weak demand for the precious metal, says Kathleen Kelley, Queen Anne's Gate Capital Management, explaining why she suggests shorting gold in the new year, and likes the play in copper.

  • The price of oil could come under "serious downward pressure" as the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers kicks in next week.

  • Natural gas futures plunged in heavy volume to the lowest price in a month on forecasts for warmer weather.

  • Magnum Hunter CEO: Will make US energy independent

    Magnum Hunter Resources Chairman & CEO Gary Evans provides insight on its positions in the Appalachia Basin, and how it will make the U.S. energy independent with opening export markets.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Nat gas plummets

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. It's still cold, but a warming trend is headed our way, so nat gas plummeted today. An increase in fuel supplies in the U.S. and Europe put downward pressure on oil.

  • Nat gas drops significantly

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports natural gas declined 157 bcf, and could dip even further next week.

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  • Commodities tomorrow: Big gas supply increase

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil tumbled today after gas supplies rose by more than expected. Natural gas was helped by the frigid temperatures, but that's supposed to change in the next few weeks.

  • Workers install a natural gas pipeline.

    The energy industry plans to invest more money into America's natural gas infrastructure over the next 12 years—a lot more.

  • Crude realities: Key drivers of energy prices

    Stephen Schork, The Schork Report editor, explains how the recent polar vortex has impacted the nation's energy supplies. The cold has interrupted the viscosity of the oil, explains Schork, making it heavier and harder to transport.

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    Natural gas demand was at an all-time high for a second day Tuesday, but prices slipped as more moderate temperatures were expected.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Nat gas demand ticks up

    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.

  • US weather 'bone chilling'

    "It does not look like the cold weather will last into next week," explains WSI senior meteorologist Dan Leonard. Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial, questions the weather's impact on nat gas and live cattle.

  • This photo provided by Cass County Commissioner Ken Pawluk shows a train derailment and fire west of Casselton, N.D.

    Recent accidents have analysts looking at companies that could be exposed to new rules governing oil shipments from the Bakken region.

  • Gold trades down, nat gas futures rise

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports gold is trading down in anticipation of the Fed's next move after Friday's jobs report.

  • Chesapeake is the natural gas play: Cramer

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on today's top business headlines, including the play on natural gas as record cold temperatures sweep across the U.S.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Gold hammered early

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Gold got hammered early this morning, in a matter of minutes. Oil was largely unchanged on the day, and if an agreement is reached over Iran's nuclear program, it could fall to $80/barrel, she reports.

  • Traffic in Beijing.

    Any slowdown in China won't have a long term effect on the price of oil, says Malcolm Graham-Wood, founding partner at Hydrocarbon Capital.